Candy Cane is an indica cannabis strain that derives its name from its distinct sent: that of mint and sweet berries with a taste that’s quite similar but with citrusy undertones. Its buds when harvest-ready will be pepper-shaped and bright green and mint green hues.
The parent strains of Candy Cane are a cross between the genetics of the hybrid AK-47, hybrid White Widow, and indica Mango.
Average THC levels range between 15%-20%. After consumption, the consumer will feel an increase in energy and an uplift of the spirits. Motivation will increase, and it will be easy to complete the tasks set forth for the day. Because of this, Candy Cane, though indica, can be consumed throughout the day and some consider it a good wake-and-bake strain. The simultaneous body high that’s felt relieves all pain and stresses throughout the muscles.
It first blossomed under the care of Crop King Seeds.
Besides cottonmouth and dry eyes, dizziness may also be an ill side-effect when higher doses are consumed improperly.
It takes about seven weeks for Candy Cane to fully flower.
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