Sunlounger Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
High but numbers are undisclosed
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
6 to 7 weeks
Warm and humid
Growing Difficulty
citrus, chocolate, and berry

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Sunlounger Marijuana Seeds Information

Its breeders created Sunlounger with an intent to make it an ideal outdoor cannabis plant. It came from widely known parent strains, and it resulted in an Indica-dominant hybrid strain. It possesses an attractive set of flowers with purple hues on it. The place of origin is California. Thus, it is known in the said location.

The Indica-dominant strain will show most of its Sativa content, but the ending will always be Indica, with its ability to moderately immobilize you without sedating you. So, while you feel energized, you should enjoy it while it lasts.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sunlounger?

It exhibits delectable flavors, which are citrus, chocolate, and berry. Despite being an Indica-dominant, Sunlounger will lift the corners of your mouth into a blissful smile; hence, it will provide euphoria that will leave you giggling and laughing. While doing so, a surge of energy will come right through you, making you feel more productive and concentrated. In the end, you will be deeply relaxed and rooted in your seat.

What are the medical benefits of Sunlounger?

Sunlounger can serve as a treatment for people who find it difficult to focus and concentrate on their obligations. It may also ease minimal sensations of stress, fatigue, body pains, and depression.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sunlounger.

You will have to expect a cottonmouth and slight dizziness. But some users reportedly had a problem in choosing wise decisions regularly.

How to Grow Sunlounger?

Outdoor cultivation is the best cultivating area for Sunlounger since it can accommodate the cannabis plant’s tall height and high yields. You need not worry about the possible forces that could damage the cannabis since it has high resistance towards pest attacks, molds, and mildews.


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