Sugartown Express

Sugartown Express Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
12% to 14%
1.63 oz. per square feet
Flowering Period
49 to 63 days
Growing Difficulty
earthy, lemon and pine

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Sugartown Express Marijuana Seeds Information

Sugartown Express by Gage Green Genetics is a rare hybrid that has descended from the crossbreeding of Trainwreck and Joseph OG. The evenly-balanced mixture is famous for the low THC level it possesses. Nonetheless, you will get to experience balanced results that could still be therapeutic.

Both the cerebral and body high is tolerable. Thus, Sugartown Express is recommendable for novice users due to its almost non-influential and short-period effects. It can be used at any time of the day, whether daytime or nighttime.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sugartown Express?

Sugartown Express has an earthy, lemon, and pine flavors. The hybrid’s initial result is purely cerebral, where you will feel a boost in your mood that will subdue your gloomy feelings, all while giving you the energy to stimulate your appetite. As the mind gets affected, the body will submerge in a calming state without inducing couch-lock and sedation.

What are the medical benefits of Sugartown Express?

The medical benefits of the hybrid are that it can be a treatment for fatigue, depression, migraine, stress, anxiety, and loss of appetite.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sugartown Express

Dry eyes are the most usual to occur. Since the THC is low, inexperienced users will not endure immense adverse reactions. Still, the higher dosage may cause more than dry eyes.

How to Grow Sugartown Express?

The medium-sized cannabis plant is highly resistant to natural forces that can wither its leaves away, such as colds and pest attacks. With that, it can thrive well in any environment condition, aside from a warm climate. You can grow it indoors and outdoors, although the indoor is the best choice according to expert growers.


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