Platinum Banana Cookies

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Hybrid
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm
  • Yield:
    Low
  • Flavors:
    banana, sweet, cookie and fruity
  • THC Content:
    20%
  • Height:
    Short
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

Platinum Banana Cookies is more like another version of one of its parents, Platinum Banana OG Kush, from its flavors down to its small nugs. Its medium potency was taken from Girl Scout Cookies.

The evenly – balanced strain exhibits similar effects from both Sativa and Indica. It is considered the right medication for anxiety due to the energizing force that pushes confidence. Its Indica property will send relaxation to your whole body but will not induce couch lock.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Platinum Banana Cookies?

Expect a delectable banana, sweet, cookie and fruity flavors. Platinum Banana Cookies will stimulate your mind and body to be more confident and poised, so if you have an upcoming stage acts, the strain might assist you in that matter. After it all wears off, you will be deeply soothed by the cannabis.

What are the Medical Benefits of Platinum Banana Cookies?

It is considered a tremendous anti-anxiety medicine, thanks to its stimulating effect. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Platinum Banana Cookies.

Platinum Banana Cookies delivers adverse side effects in the same way the other cannabis does. It will make you experience dry mouth and dizziness. The higher dosage will result in being relentless and paranoia.

How to Grow Platinum Banana Cookies?

If you’re a beginner who would like to try and cultivate a natural cannabis plant, Platinum Banana Cookies might suit you. It has some manageable requirements that won’t stress you and put you into hassle. It’s like planting a non-cannabis plant with its short height and lower than average yield. However, many are recommending indoor cultivation since it might be stepped on due to its short stature, especially when it has been newly planted.

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