Truffula Tree

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  • Flowering Period:
    60 days
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  • Flavors:
    Sweet orange
  • THC Content:
    18 to 23%
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Strain Information


A three-way cross between Humboldt OG, Cookie Monster, and Kandy Kush, Truffula Tree is a purple beauty to boast. Bred by Humboldt Seed Company, their goal was to create a strain that held unto the GSC attributes while producing larger colas for bigger yields. Its aroma is a sweet orange. It produces large bright purple buds that resemble the truffula tree in the movie The Lorax.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Truffula Tree?

Truffula Tree is a flavorful taste of sweet oranges.

Its cerebral high brings euphoria, happiness, and an uplifted mood. It can make you giggly, clears your mind, and enhances your creative prowess. Its body high delivers a moderate tingling sensation that is light and puts you in a state of complete body relaxation. Truffula Tree is best used all throughout the day since there are zero couch lock tendencies for this strain.

What are the Medical Benefits of Truffula Tree?

Medically speaking, Truffula Tree is an analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, and relaxant. It aids in the management of conditions such as pain, anxiety, stress, depression, spasms, nausea, loss of appetite, insomnia, and fatigue.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Truffula Tree.

Truffula Tree, just like any other marijuana strain, present with side effects such as dry, itchy eyes and dry mouth. It is advised to drink lots of fluids to counter the effects of dehydration. Using an eye moisturizer to soothe the irritated eyes may also come in handy. Dizziness along with anxiety, may occur especially to novices who have a low tolerance to the strain. This is temporary and disappears after some time.

How to Grow Truffula Tree?

Truffula Tree thrives both indoors and outdoors. Harvest comes after 60 days with large yields. In taking care of Truffula Tree, you can cut off the top part of the plant to promote lateral growth in the lower branches or in plain terms, to make it bushier. Remove rotten parts. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Check the pH of the plant. Feed it with the proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as pests that can damage it.

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