Sweet Mistress Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
250 to 350 g/m2
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm and semi-dry environment
Growing Difficulty
1.5 to 2 meters
Fresh, Sweet, Earthy, Fruity, and Minty

Where To Buy Sweet Mistress Marijuana Seeds

Sweet Mistress Marijuana Seeds Information

This rare beauty is from Pro Seeds, but her full genetics remains undisclosed even to this day. Sweet mistress will not produce any feminized seeds, but it will give you a high level of extractions. Super resinous plant with forest green leaves growing long, and minty green buds are fully coated in white frostings.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Mistress?

This weed has a very fresh taste that makes it hard to stop puffing. The sweet, delicate flavor is mixed with earthy and fruity notes and a hint of a minty aftertaste at the end of your smoke.

This cannabis will make you feel divinely high with its powerful, uplifting euphoria. It can also make its users very happy yet calm with deep meditative thoughts. Some even say that toking her will give you a taste of heaven.

What are the medical benefits of Sweet Mistress?

More and more patients are using this particular marijuana since it can help them feel at ease, especially for those suffering from stress, anxiety, depression, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As for physical pain, it can also offer some relief to anyone with arthritis, fatigue, migraines, and inflammation.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sweet Mistress.

Sweet Mistress has a low THC level, so it is improbable to trigger anxiety or paranoia; however, some patients may still feel some side effects like drowsiness and dizziness. For the more experienced ones, the occasional dryness of the mouth is widespread but can be easily taken care of.

How to Grow Sweet Mistress?

The creators of this strain highly encourage growing this cannabis outdoor since it is where it will flourish and reach its full capacity of high yield. The harvest period of this marijuana is usually the middle of October to the first week of November. This can also be cultivated indoors and can adapt to training.


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