More About CBD Carmagnola
Flavor Like in Warm Italian Summer
CBD Carmagnola was born from a good-looking landscape and climate from Italy. Even though it was first introduced to the market during the 60s, it stays an unusual strain that is hard to find in these modern-day. Most cannabis enthusiasts love this strain because it has many uses, such as used as a food additive, replacement of tobacco, and it was even made into tea and oil. Having an excellent ratio of 27:1 CBD profile, it is best grown with optimal conditions. CBD Carmagnola has a 9% CBD level and a THC content at only 0.3%. Having such levels makes it suitable for those patients that need relief from different health problems such as stress, depression, and even anxiety. This strain is also good in recreational use as it delivers a deep relaxation feeling with a perfect cerebral buzz.
This plant usually survived even in cold or harsh surroundings, but it flourishes more with a warm and sunny climate location. Other than being blessed due to its natural features from its parent roots, this plant was best cultivated by mid-level cultivators. In an indoor state, just keep the temperature around 21 to 26°C with a humidity level of 40 to 50% during the first 5 to 7 weeks of the vegetative period. Then after the flowering period of 7 to 9 weeks of growing it indoors with a Screen of Green setup, expect to have 300 to 400 grams of compact buds. While if you have an optimal climate outside, just feel free to cultivate it outdoors, as it gives more potent yields as much as 500 to 600 grams of buds per plant.