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Sweet Amnesia Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16% to 22%
Yield
Indoor 450 to 600 g/m2, Outdoor 400 to 650 g/plant
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Climate
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium-Tall
Flavors
Citrus, Incense, Cedar Wood

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Sweet Amnesia Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Amnesia is known as an elite strain as it comes from the most highly valued cannabis in the market worldwide. It is a selection from the crossbred two Amnesia Haze. It is popular for its overwhelming scent of lemon citrus with incense background.

It also portrays a nice structure and forms like a Christmas tree, glistening with trichomes. It is resinous in every way and produces compact buds with long side branches. It produces heavy yields and Sativa characteristics.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Amnesia?

The flavor of this strain increases as you consume more of it. You can taste a good lemon citrus flavor and incense with a cedar wood hints. It gives off a nice high, mentally, and physically. You can feel being uplifted, focused, and overpowering with joy.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Amnesia?

This strain is also therapeutic. It contributes much to the medical field and acts as a good pain reliever to the most common daily body and head pains. It treats migraine, muscle spasms, arthritis, and chronic pains.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Amnesia?

The negative effects are common to be experienced in this strain. It has a very high narcotic level, so you can expect to experience hallucination, paranoia, lack of coordination, dry mouth, blurry vision, insatiable hunger, and dizziness.

How to Grow Sweet Amnesia?

The Sweet Amnesia is an easy to grow strain. It grows in an indoor and outdoor environment and equally yields heavily. It is recommended for any kind of growers, new and experienced. It only needs proper care and basic needs. It needs water, vitamins, light. However, it would take 12 hours of constant light and 12 hours of total darkness every day until it reaches almost its blooming stage.

 

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