Sweet Mendo Kush

Sweet Mendo Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 23%
Yield
High
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Climate
Warm and semi-humid environment
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium to Tall
Flavors
Earthy and Fruity

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Sweet Mendo Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bohemia Seeds created this beautiful marijuana by crossing the Chem Valley LSD with the SMBOG. Sweet Mendo Kush boasts of emerald green fan leaves with light green buds that sparkle as if it was sprinkled with rhinestones or diamonds due to the crystal trichomes surrounding her. The burnt orange pistils stand out from all the green and whites, which adds vibrancy to her overall appearance.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Mendo Kush?

This weed has a straightforward, no pretense flavor that only intensifies as you exhale. Sweet Mendo Kush has a blend of warm earthy taste and fruity notes that burst in your mouth and lingers the whole time.

This cannabis will make you feel like your head is up in space, floating, and defying gravity. The cerebral high is paired with an incredible body buzz that keeps you grounded as your mind floats up in the sky.

What are the medical benefits of Sweet Mendo Kush?

Most users of this weed find her effects very effective for treating hyperactivity, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depression, and ADD/ADHD. Additionally, patients use this weed to counter pain, inflammation, and injury.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sweet Mendo Kush.

It is normal to feel a mild side effect of eye and head pressure at the beginning; this too shall pass. However, some users may also get a parched mouth and bloodshot eyes after smoking this weed. Beginners must take caution when consuming this hybrid strain for the first time since it can trigger anxiety or paranoia.

How to Grow Sweet Mendo Kush?

When grown outside, it is best to harvest her during the last week of September. Indoor growing is also encouraged, but it needs to be topped and trained to manage her height early on.

 

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