Sweet Excitement Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm and semi-humid environment
Growing Difficulty
Berry, Fruity, Sweet, Woody, and Floral

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Sweet Excitement Marijuana Seeds Information

Amidst all the lush green hues of the Sweet Excitement, the rust-colored pistils and white frosting of crystal trichomes make her stand out from the rest. The long and thin fan leaves of this hybrid strain is a straight give away of its Sativa dominance. This weed was created by AlpinStash, where they crossed the Sweet Tooth with the MSDD or also known as Midnight Snow Dark Desire.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Excitement?

The sweet candy-like overtone of this marijuana has some fruity and berry notes that genuinely gives a tingling sensation to the buds. It also has a woody and spicy floral aftertaste that lingers and entices you to puff more.

The high may take you in two different directions. Even though it has a strong euphoric high that uplifts your state of mind and awakens the senses, it also provides a relaxing body effect that can make you feel lazy.

What are the medical benefits of Sweet Excitement?

This marijuana is the go-to of patients suffering from PMS, headaches, arthritis, loss of appetite, and migraines. Additionally, it can also help individuals to regulate the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, and depression.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sweet Excitement.

Experiencing paranoia or anxiety after the consumption of Sweet Excitement is little to none; it is still advisable to use it in moderation. For most users, the most common downside of this weed is having the cottonmouth and dry eyes.

How to Grow Sweet Excitement? Some information and Tips

This weed may be challenging for some since breeders advise to grow this indoors. It has a high sensitivity to temperature fluctuations and will need constant lighting to make sure she thrives and produce plenty of yields.


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