Betty Boo

Betty Boo

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
19.5 %
Yield
12 ounces/square meters
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Strain Information

Well known for its sensitiveness to weather conditions, this hybrid does well if grown in a sunny Mediterranean climate or mountainous regions. The Cuvee strain has a spicy, pine-scented aroma with grape and berry finishing.

 The creation location of this cannabis is said to be in India and with years dating back to as far as the 1990s. the crossing of this hybrid is unknown but breeders attributed a cross-breeding between Kali Mist and Trinity Snow to be the parents of this strain. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Betty Boo?

Whichever way you choose to consume this powerful Hybrid strain, either by combusting of smoking or by vaping, you will definitely, be left with an uplifting, euphoric and energetic effects enough to help you get any given work done and on time. Unique flavours of earthy, sweet, nutty, blueberry, diesel, and skunk will be offered to you after a great dose of this cannabis. Sedative effects await you after an increased dose.

What are the Medical Benefits of Betty Boo?

Famous for its medicinal efficacy to cure attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, loss of appetite, post-chemotherapy-induced vomiting, nausea and asthma, multiple sclerosis, and gastrointestinal disorders. This strain is used by people who suffer from seasonal and non-seasonal depression and stress. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Betty Boo  

This strain can cause dizziness, paranoid, and dry mouth. The Betty Boo strain can also cause the following: headache, restlessness, fever, and dry, itchy eyes.

How to Grow Betty Boo? 

Proper attention should be given to checkmate the attacks of pests and other herbivorous animals, and it grows properly and produces large yield if planted indoors. Allow enough quantity of lightning on the plant strain. Flowering is expected to start from 10 weeks with subsequent harvesting period.