- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
The Rare Dankness Cornbread strain is aptly named after the delicious and appetizing cornbread you might have for dinner. This particular cornbread recipe has been made using an 80/20 Indica-dominant hybrid strain that combines Katsu Bubba Kush and Rare Dankness #2 genetics. It originated in Oregon during the year 2015.
The effects of this strain are incredibly relaxing and sleepy, which is ideal for winding down after a long day. Medical marijuana users can get moderate pain relief from this strain and alleviate symptoms of insomnia, stress, and lack of appetite.
The adverse effects of Cornbread strain marijuana include mild dry mouth or eyes and dizziness. The THC content of this strain is high at 18%, and for that reason, it is not recommended to be used by novice users. The effects of this strain are subtle and should be enjoyed with a clear head.
The taste of this strain is a unique and complex blend that will conjure up an interesting, sweet aroma. Growing this strain is simple and easy; a plant can be cultivated in just about any climate. When harvested, the plant is covered in THC crystals that look like small strands of white string.
It can be grown indoors or outdoors. Outdoor growers can harvest a large amount of bud per plant if they’re willing to wait for the full cycle of budding. The indoor yield is smaller than outdoor, but it matures much faster. Flowering takes 45 days as opposed to the 60 days required for outdoor cultivation.