Thunderstruck Marijuana Seeds

Thunderstruck Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
1%
Yield
311 grams per square meter
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Pine, spicy, sweet, herbal

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Thunderstruck Marijuana Seeds Information

Thunderstruck is a powerful hybrid strain rich in CBD. The strain is the combination of 2 high CBD content ACDC phenotypes. As a result, Thunderstruck’s CBD / THC ratio is 12:1. It means that Thunderstruck is a great remedy for nausea, seizures, and swelling while getting your head clear. Thunderstruck’s aromas and tastes are delicate and grassy. If you want a great medicinal herb with little to no psychoactive effects, you’ll certainly have fun using this strain.

What are the flavors and effects of Thunderstruck?

The flavors of Thunderstruck are pine, spicy, sweet and herbal. When using Thunderstruck, you can’t expect a lot when it comes to impact. In the beginning, the cerebral high go with a subtle elevation that will infuse you without the need for an overwhelming feeling with increased focus and mental clarity. These impacts will help you to escape the agony. You’re going to feel completely relaxed within and outside.

What are the medical benefits of Thunderstruck?

Like other medical marijuana types, some serious side effects may also be caused by Thunderstruck. It can cause a slight headache and dry mouth or cottonmouth. It is also common to have dry or sore eyes and may happen with a cottonmouth.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Thunderstruck

Like other medical marijuana types, some adverse reactions may also be triggered by Thunderstruck. It can cause mild headaches or dry mouth or cottonmouth. It is also common to have dry and irritated eyes and may happen with a cottonmouth.

How to Grow Thunderstruck?

Indoors and outdoors, thunderstruck can grow. Feed the plant well and provide the requisite protection from unnecessary humidity and direct exposure to sunlight.

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