Plush Dream

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  • Flowering Period:
    55 to 65 days
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  • Flavors:
    candy, fruity, fruit salad and orange candy
  • THC Content:
    20% to 25%
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Strain Information

Plush Dream has attractively big chunk flowers with an intense smell of orange candy. Unlike its parent, Tangerine Dream, the cannabis plant’s height is not extendable and is just a medium-sized.

Similar to other evenly – balanced hybrid strains, the Plush Dream will also make you feel elated and happy. But as the high cerebral wears down, expect an incredibly comforting feeling that will make you tremendously lazy.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Plush Dream?

Plush Dream’s flavors are candy, fruity, fruit salad, and orange candy. Those who have a sweet tooth will most probably be hooked. The evenly – balanced hybrid will leave you giggling and smiling before mildly immobilizing you temporarily.

What are the Medical Benefits of the Plush Dream?

The hybrid can serve as a remedy to individuals who shows early signs of depression and those who already have mild to moderate cases of depression. It can also be a treatment for lifting stress and alleviating mild body pains like back and muscle aches.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Plush Dream.

Most of the time, dry mouth is the most adverse side effect. It is quite minimal that can be helped by drinking plenty of water. However, frequent and improper use will lead to reoccurring dizziness, headache, increased anxiety, and paranoia.

How to Grow Plush Dream?

Plush Dream cannot stretch and only has a medium size. The good thing about growing it is that it does not need any more attention due to its automatic flowering trait and can be grown in any cultivation mediums. But, the cannabis plant takes its spacing seriously and will not thrive in its expected flowering period when they are tightly compressed with each other. The worst that could happen is its inability to absorb nutrients and soon will lead to death.

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