Forbidden Fruit Feminized Cannabis Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Purple Punch x GG#4 x Strawberry Banana x Hippie Kush
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Temperature, Continental, Sunny, Mediterranean
Yield: 400-500g/m2 indoors/ 500g per plant outdoors
Flavors: Sweet, Cherry, Fruity, Citrus, Earthy Pine
THC Level: 24%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Medium
What are the Flavor and Effects of Forbidden Fruit Feminized Cannabis Strain?
When it comes to the Forbidden Fruit Strain, rules are meant to be broken, but it is not for all. This tropical cherry-flavored strain with earthy undertones will inspire you to get through your day before clocking you out with its soothing and calming effects. With this one, you’ll be active and rested at the same time.
What are the Medical Benefits of Forbidden Fruit Feminized Cannabis Strain?
The Forbidden Fruit strain has also benefited patients with chronic pain, stress, body pains, muscle pain, muscle spasms, and other ailments due to its sleep-inducing, body-numbing impact. The mood-lifting and energizing effects of the forbidden fruit can help patients suffering from depression, PTSD, or anxiety.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Forbidden Fruit Feminized Cannabis Strain
Apart from the usual dry, irritated eyes and cottonmouth that marijuana smokers experience, there are no significant side effects from smoking the Forbidden Fruit Strain.
How to Grow Forbidden Fruit Feminized Cannabis Strain
The Forbidden Fruit cultivar develops into a moderate purple-hued plant topped with white pistils and light green trichomes encased in salivating resin. Although it can grow outside, it prefers to be kept indoors. This strain can be difficult to develop for inexperienced growers. To prevent this plant from wilting, keep the temperature between 20 and 22 degrees Celsius and the humidity below 65 percent. The best way for plants to grow better buds is to use organic soil with nutrients. After 8-10 weeks of cultivation, growers should expect an average of 450-500g/m2 indoors and around 500g per plant outdoors.