Sweet Tooth Autoflowering Specifications
- Type: Autoflowering, Indica-dominant (50% Indica 40% Sativa 10% Ruderalis)
- Genetic Parents: Hawaiian x Nepalese x Afghani
- Flowering Period: 8 weeks to 9 weeks
- Climate: warm and temperate temperature
- Yield: 16 oz/m2(indoors) and 18 oz/plant
- Flavors: berry, candy, fruity, sweet, woody, tree fruit
- THC Level: 19%
- CBD Level: 0.10%
- Height: 65 inches
- Photo Period: Auto Flowering
- Harvest Period: Late September to early October
- Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Sweet Tooth Autoflowering?
As its name suggests, you can infer that Sweet Tooth has a sweet fragrance and aroma. True enough, the pleasant aroma of baked cakes and candies will greet you. Atop of that there is a lingering scent of flowers that stays for a long time with hints of fresh picked fruits from trees. Similarly, its flavor is as sweet as its aroma, that strong tree fruit and berry flavors overwhelm the palate that leaves a candy-like aftertaste.
You can expect a very pleasurable effect from Sweet Tooth especially with its sweet-smelling traits. This strain is slightly more indica, but its sativa characteristics are also apparent. For example, Sweet Tooth can give an instant surge of happiness for quite some time in its high. Its cerebral buzz is extremely invigorating. But as it settles, the indica within overpowers, giving a very calming and relaxing mood after a long day. In modicum doses, Sweet Tooth does not lead to couch-lock, but with a little more, allows drowsiness to take charge. You can sum this up as an uplifting, creative, relaxed body buzz.
What are the Medical Benefits of Sweet Tooth Autoflowering?
Sweet Auto is known for being an excellent all-around medical strain. It is a natural analgesic that is effective in treating chronic pain, body aches, migraines, and muscle spasms. Sweet Tooth being predominantly indica induces relaxation, and clarity of the mind, making it perfect for treating symptoms of stress, and depression. But despite its heavy indica effects, the sativa characteristics of Sweet Tooth are also noticeable as it keeps the tranquilizing traits of indica at bay. So even if this strain offers a physical buzz, it does not lock you to the couch. But higher doses can aid those who are suffering from insomnia. Moreso, this strain proved itself to be of assistance to medical marijuana patients who underwent chemical treatments and eventually lost their appetite because Sweet Tooth’s natural side effect is causing munchies.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sweet Tooth Autoflowering
Sweet Tooth is surprisingly a strain with mild side effects compared to other cannabis varieties. The common adverse effects of marijuana such as cottonmouth and dry eyes are also present in Sweet Tooth. These consequences, however, can be managed by frequently drinking water while using this weed. In some rare cases, it causes paranoia, especially to those who have pre-existing conditions relating to it. Also, it can be triggered by excessive consumption of cannabis, particularly those who have a low tolerance. That is why it is deliberately stressed to consume Sweet Tooth Auto responsibly and in moderation.
How to Grow Sweet Tooth Autoflowering
It is not painstaking to cultivate Sweet Tooth Autoflowering as it is easy to grow. It grows well in indoor settings but thrives more when planted outdoors. Sweet Tooth is naturally highly resistant to pests and molds, so you will not have any problems checking your plant every time. As an indica-dominant hybrid, Sweet Tooth structure is that of an indica, so it tends to be stout but bushy. In effect, you have to be mindful of consistently trimming its branches and giving it support for the reason that its leaves become heavy with flowers over time, which makes the distribution of nutrients, air ventilation, and sun exposure inadequate.
In a span of eight to nine weeks, when grown indoors, you can anticipate a yield that averages 16 ounces per square meter. Moreover, when cultivated outdoors, the yield can be expected to average at 18 ounces per plant. And its date for harvest usually comes around late September to early October. Sweet Tooth despite being an indica actually produces a bountiful amount of harvest within a reasonable amount of time.