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Sweet Belly Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
><60 days
Climate
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium-Tall
Flavors
Fruity, Sweet, Incense

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Sweet Belly Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Belly is known for its aromatic skittles, fruity scent. It is high in Sativa variety and produces great yields. Its parent strains are the famous Nepali OG x Sugaree (mother strain) and Jillybean.

It grows in tall height, bearing an incredible amount of compact buds and resins. It has a heavy set of trichomes and shows a beautiful look of light and dark purple hues during its blooming stage.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Belly?

This strain has a mix of fruity, sweet, and incense flavors. It produces cerebral high and uplifting feelings, which makes you go out and be productive. It can also be clear, trippy, and euphoric.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Belly?

This strain is very good and effective in treating minor pains like arthritis, inflammation, muscle spasms, migraine, and back pains. It is also mind-relaxing and helps patients cope up with post-traumatic stress, anxiety, lack of focus, Parkinson’s disease, and depression.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Belly?

You can expect negative effects such as paranoia, lack of coordination, hallucination, dizziness or headache, and excessive hunger. The level of high and side effects will depend on the amount consumed.

How to Grow Sweet Belly?

The Sweet Belly is fast-growing cannabis. It can withstand almost any type of growing condition. It is preferable to be grown in a high ceiling room indoors to avoid limiting its height or growth. It can also be grown outdoors and requires support for its stem and windy weather. Water the plant with more water and make sure it is placed wherein it can get enough amount of sunlight every day.

 

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