Cotton Candy Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Feminized, 75% Sativa, 25% Indica
Genetics Parents: Lavender x Power Plant
Flowering Period: 60 to 70 days
Yield: 600 g/m2 – indoor | 1500+ g/plant – outdoor
Flavours: Citric fruit, Sweet, Floral
THC Level: 23%
CBD Level: No data
Height: No data
Harvest Period: Middle of October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Cotton Candy Feminized?
The Cotton Candy girly strain is a real delight! As the name suggests, the taste profile of this variant is a blend of sweet and floral flavors. It also exudes a strong citrus scent, similar to grapefruit or lime.
Once you ignite these weed buds, the effects are felt immediately. A buzz will be felt in your head, so expect a sensation of euphoria. It will also last a long time, so you are sure to have a great time for a long time. Due to its sativa DNA, smokers have difficulty sleeping at night, so it is better to smoke during the day.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cotton Candy Feminized?
Drug smokers will benefit from THC-induced feminine cotton candy weed. Like other sativa strains, this will work in your head and dispel any melancholic ideas. Hence it will help those suffering from anxiety, stress and depression.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cotton Candy Feminized
Cotton Candy Feminized Marijuana is a strong sativa dominant hybrid that will blow your head. Therefore, smokers find it difficult to sleep at night when smoking this marijuana. Those suffering from insomnia should avoid smoking at night to avoid another sleepless night. In addition, no serious side effects have been reported to date.
However, minor consequences are to be expected. There is almost always dryness of the eyes and mouth, so be careful. Fortunately, this condition can be easily managed by staying hydrated at all times.
How to Grow Cotton Candy Feminized
Growing a cotton candy feminine plant is actually relatively easy. It is quite resistant to mold and very resistant to pests. Due to its strength, farmers do not always need to monitor this crop.
As it grows, you will find that it has large, fox-like shoots. The leaves will become a metallic lavender color as the end of their blooming cycle approaches. It branches well when grown outdoors. The lower branches can grow as tall as the plant, which can even triple in size. Fortunately, pruning is easy as there are very few leaves between the buds.
Expect this big harvest in 60 to 70 days or in mid-October. Indoors you can get up to 600 grams per square meter. When grown outdoors, it yields about 1500 grams of strong shoots from the plant when grown outdoors.