Having a delightfully creamy taste, the indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain named Ice cream emits a smell that’s reminiscent of vanilla ice cream and sweet candy. When ready for harvest, its buds are shaded in patches of light and dark green, with thin amber pistils
The THC content of Ice Cream averages at 16%, with some crops reaping in at 22%. Its high is known to begin with sativa effects, slightly increasing creativity and focus while the indica effects slowly creep in. Muscles begin to numb, sedation kicks in, and appetite grows. The consumer will begin to feel lazy and sometimes sleepy. Reviewers have claimed this strain is great for relieving aches and pains, stress, and anxiety.
Negative effects of this strain include dry eyes and mouth, with some reviewers noting it can cause paranoia, dizziness, anxiousness or headache if consumed in high doses/improperly.
Growers should expect a flowering time of eight to nine weeks for Ice Cream.
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It first blossomed under the care of Paradise Seeds, with its parents strains currently shrouded in mystery.