Cotton Candy Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Many people mistakenly believe that marijuana has no flavor, but a strain called Cotton Candy proves otherwise. There are so many flavors to choose from when it comes to cannabis, which is just one of them. Cotton Candy is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing parent Lavender with Power Plant.
Cotton Candy originates from California and is named after a popular sweet snack from the 1970s. This hybrid has not been around for very long, but those who have tried it say they prefer it to other sugary varieties. It also has a powerful scent, but this is something that many users find refreshing.
Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to help manage chronic pain. The effects of this strain are euphoric and have relaxing powers that keep stress and pain to a minimum. Some adverse effects are dry mouth and eyes, but these are common with hybrids.
The THC level of Cotton Candy is high, and each plant can reach as much as 16-20 percent. The buds are covered in resin and have large, dense colas with long pistils. These plants are also commonly frosted or purple in color. These plants grow very well indoors thanks to the Lavender, but they can also be grown outdoors under the right conditions.
Growing this strain indoors is a breeze, and they will get big from start to finish. They have a tendency to grow too tall, so it will take some time for the buds to fully mature. With a little training and extra room, these plants will drop into the low-mid tier for an easy yield outdoors.
Flowering time is about 8-9 weeks, and the yield is moderate. The trichomes are very dense and tinted purple, white, or a mixture of both colors. This strain smells like cherries and will give consumers an uplifting body buzz with a lasting effect. It is usually good for relieving serious pain without causing excessive drowsiness.