TJ’s CBD

TJ’s CBD Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Up to 1%
Yield
12 to 14 ounces per square meter (indoor), 14 ounces or more per plant (outdoor)
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Tall
Flavors
Earthy, woody, blueberry, herbal, spicy

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TJ’s CBD Marijuana Seeds Information

Following its name is the strain that gives a high composition of CBD and bred by TJ’s Organic Garden in Washington State. This strain gives a balance in sativa and indica. TJ’s CBD is a strain that won the award as the Best High-CBD Flower at Oregon DOPE Cup in the year 2015.

What are the Flavor and Effects of TJ’s CBD?

Following its name is the strain that gives a high composition of CBD and bred by TJ’s Organic Garden in Washington State. This strain gives a balance in sativa and indica. TJ’s CBD is a strain that won the award as the Best High-CBD Flower at Oregon DOPE Cup in the year 2015.

What are the medical benefits of TJ’s CBD?

This strain is best on medicating conditions such as stress and depression. Also, this is best in relieving pain, headaches, and seizures.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from TJ’s CBD

Using this strain will give you dry mouth and eyes on usage in either low or high, novice, or seasoned. Oftentimes, this strain will give dizziness and headache when either the dosage is too high or the first time using this.

How to Grow TJ’s CBD?

TJ’s CBD strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. This strain may be planted in live soil. The warmness of the environment and the natural sunlight should be its medium as it has a lot of nutrients to pass into the plants. Growers may also add inorganic fertilizers and protection against pests. Lighting, temperature, and humidity can be adjusted to suit the plant’s stages of growth. This strain also needs to be in a spacious room as it gets too tall. Then it is advised that growers may shorten vegetative period or constant pruning should be done.

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