Also called Soma #10, the cannabis strain Lavender is an award-winning indica that bares dense buds that are hued deep violet and give off a lovely spicy yet floral scent and taste.
Its lineage is extremely diverse, created by Soma Seeds. Lavender is a cross between four strains – the indica Super Skunk, indica Afghani, indica South Asian Indica, and Sativa Hawaiian.
The THC content of Lavender averages at 14%, with some crops yielding 20%. The high will produce a calm relaxation that flows throughout the body, rendering the consumer to feel lazy and lethargic. Novice consumers may fall asleep easily. Cerebral activity is not heightened but will cause a lovely state of euphoria. Because of its high levels of CBD, some medical applications have included treating seizures with this strain.
Paranoia and dizziness may strike in small phases if this strain is consumed improperly. Dry mouth and eyes are the more common, usual side-effects.
Flowering takes eight to ten weeks for Lavender, and often produces a lower yield than your average so isn’t recommended for those seeking a cash-crop.
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