Wedding Cat Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
10 to 11 weeks indoors
Indoor and outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Short to average
Creamy, tangy, and sweet

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Wedding Cat Marijuana Seeds Information

Made from the meeting of Wedding Cake #5 and Alien Life Form from Mogwai Genetics, the Wedding Cat is a mainly Indica cannabis hybrid. It is a strain that is very easy to cultivate, even for beginners, because it can adapt to growing conditions indoors and outdoors. With just about 75 days of flowering, on average, you will be free to enjoy the delicious buds of this strain.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Wedding Cat?

The Wedding Cat comes with amazing flavors that are a combination of its parents. Users can experience a mixture of a sour and tangy flavor mixed with a sweet and spunky berry taste. At the same time, hints of these flavors will also be felt through aromas.

In terms of effects, the Wedding Cat is powered by high levels of THC that can reach the mid-20s. It can hit quite quickly with its uplifting high, but it will soon settle to a relaxation that you can expect from its Indica lineage.

What are the medical benefits of Wedding Cat?

The Wedding Cat may help in relieving the symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress because it can help its users feel perceptive and one with the moment. It may also be recommended for people who have ADHD as it can provide them with a focus on their tasks at hand. Additionally, Wedding Cat can be recommended for people who suffer from chronic pain and insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Wedding Cat?

In terms of negative results, some users can regularly expect some dry eyes and a cottonmouth after consuming this strain.

How to Grow Wedding Cat?

The Wedding Cat is known to be forgiving for mistakes, which means it can be one strain to recommend for cannabis beginners. Similar to the behavior of other hybrids, you can plant the Wedding Cat indoors and outdoors without having to worry if they will survive and grow successfully.

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