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Sweet Candy Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indoor 450 to 550 g/m2, 500 to 800 g/plant
Flowering Period
7 weeks
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
1 meter
Sweet, Caramel, Earthy

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Sweet Candy Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Candy has an intense and strong Indica variety. The combination of three strains has resulted in this cannabis-producing a sweet, succulent aroma and excellent traits. These strains, which is its parent strains, are the BlueBlack, Maple Leaf Indica, and White Rhino.

This strain is also loved by its flavors and effects. It is naturally robust and produces high-quality flowers. It is good for new growers of cannabis and even users of sweet strains.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Candy?

This strain delivers a sweet, caramel with earthy undertones when smoked. It is highly addictive, and it induces strong Indica effects. You can feel a sense of chill, relaxed, and deep euphoric that can warm your body. You may also feel the heaviness in the body, especially when you are a green smoker.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Candy?

This strain is used as an ailment to insomnia, chronic pains, PTSD, hyperactivity, arthritis, and muscle spasms. It has the ability to ease pain and relax nerves which medical users are fond of.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Candy?

There is a series of negative effects in this strain. You can instantly feel a deep, sleepy feeling or heaviness, dry mouth, dizziness, and hallucination. You may also expect to be paranoid and have a hangover feeling.

How to Grow Sweet Candy?

The Sweet Candy is more suitable in warmer areas both indoors and outdoors. It is commonly grown outdoors since it can be left unsupervised. However, you may still need to observe its growth and give enough amount of vitamins. It needs to absorb nutrients, and it reacts well to the growing medium. When it shows its first flowers, you can try to top or apply pruning to produce more buds.


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