Kapri Sun

Kapri Sun

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Strain Information

Kapri Sun is a creation by Lost River Seeds Breeders. It is a combination of its mom, a lady KC36 by KC Brains, and its dad, which is a male Watermelon Zkittlez from Dying Breed Seeds. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kapri Sun?

The strain projects its mom’s sweetness and spiciness, combined with its dad’s watermelon and citrus goodness. Its dad is also the one responsible for the pungent sourness dropped in the mix. It gives an enthusiastic and happy high which seems to have no ceiling. The happiness just goes higher and higher as you increase your takes. It opens the mind to enable positive thoughts to come in flawlessly. It makes the user accomplish a lot since it increases productivity and creativity. You will be in harmony despite the chaos surrounding you.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kapri Sun?

Having balanced indica and sativa effects, Kapri Sun comes with a lot of medical benefits, such as being an anti-depressant and anti-anxiety smoke suitable any time of the day. It helps in regulating the mood. Hence, it can control mood swings brought about by chronic fatigue and stress. In the physical, it can soothe any body aches, neuropathy included. It helps with any uncomfortable tingling sensation, muscle weakness, and any other kinds of pain.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kapri Sun

No matter how uplifting Kapri Sun can be, it can put you down with its downsides if smoked improperly. At the end of the day, it is up to your control and responsibility. To serve as a warning, the strain is capable of inducing uneasiness, lethargy, nausea, and migraine. This is aside from more common effects like cotton mouth, dry throat, and irritated eyes.

How to grow Kapri Sun

As you can infer from the strain name itself, it loves the sun. Adequate sunlight exposure or even artificial light exposure will increase the yield. Low-Stress Training (LST) will increase air ventilation and will help the required amount of life to reach all bud sites.