The indica cannabis strain dubbed Cream Caramel produces a scent and taste that don’t deter from its name. Its delicious aroma will entice the senses for caramel lovers. When ready for harvest, its buds are shaped like lumpy cones and a mix of both light and dark greens.
THC levels of Cream Caramel often rest around 24%. Its stone is known to calm the sense, slowing time down like the slow drizzle of caramel. Focus and concentration will increase, allowing tasks to be handled more efficiently. However, Cream Caramel can sedate, so consuming close to bedtime is recommended. Some have reported hunger arising as well.
Besides typical dry mouth and eyes, nervousness in the forms of anxiety or paranoia along with headache may surface if consuming above tolerance levels.
It takes between eight and nine weeks for Cream Caramel to full flower and ready for reaping.
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Cream Caramel first blossomed in Spain under the care of Sweet Seeds. Its genetics stem from crossing the two indicas Maple Leaf Indica and White Rhino.