Sweet Lafayette

Sweet Lafayette Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
16% to 18%
11 oz per meter square (indoor), 14 oz per plant (outdoor)
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Warm and Sunny, Mediterranean-like
Growing Difficulty
Citrus, Earthy, Pine, Coffee, Nutty, Sweet, and Woody

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Sweet Lafayette Marijuana Seeds Information

Sweet Lafayette is an indica dominant hybrid strain created through a cross of the insanely powerful Frankenstein x Lemon OG Kush strains. This strain is created by Nine Point Growth Industries in Washington. Such buds have tiny super leafy dark olive green nugs with scattered dark amber hair and very few smooth, chunky trichomes of quartz.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Lafayette?

Sweet Lafayette is super enjoyable due to its citrus, earthy, pine, coffee, nutty, sweet, and woody flavors. It starts with a mental rush that leaves you feeling euphoric and hazy. It brings with it tingles and imagination as it works its way through the body without giving you the racing thoughts that Sativa blends sometimes produce. This strain’s mood boost and energetic attitude will make you feel good in several ways, especially in the lower areas, as this arousing strain is best shared with a friend

What are the Medical Benefits of Sweet Lafayette?

Stress, depression, bipolar, and anxiety are just some of the disorders that can be helped by Sweet Lafayette. The sedative-like effects are great for headaches, pain, muscle tension, and insomnia, calming your muscles and easing the body into a comfortable sleep.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sweet Lafayette

This strain will make you feel quite dizzy and headache. Hence, this will make your mouth and eyes dry.

How to Grow Sweet Lafayette?

Sweet Lafayette is easy to grow and can be cultivated indoors or outdoors. The plant grows very wide, so for indoor systems, pruning is essential. Sweet Lafayette is a beautiful addition to any garden due to the pleasing odors. Also, this strain gives great potent when cultivated in warm and sunny, Mediterranean-like climate.

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