Gold Leaf Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Gold Leaf is a rare Indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain its name makes sense — the plant has Gold Leaf nugs that are small and quite pretty. It originated in the United States and is a cross between ˜Gold Leaf and ˜ Trainwreck. Classic strain traits like spicy citrus flavors blend with sweet notes of berries to create a lively, uplifting experience that’s great for daytime or evening use.
The effects of Gold Leaf are often described as deeply relaxing and sometimes tingly; usually, this strain is used as a sleep aid for long-term insomnia because it can make users feel sleepy. However, it is not recommended for daily use. People with anxiety and pain issues can also consume gold Leaf.
The known side effects associated with smoking Gold Leaf include dry mouth and eyes. Users may also experience dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety. Because of its powerful scent, Gold Leaf is especially potent in edibles. The THC levels of this strain average at about 17.5%.
The flowering time for Gold Leaf is approximately 7 to 9 weeks. The yield from this strain ranges from medium to heavy, depending on the environment and size of the plants when harvested.
Gold Leaf can be grown indoors in pot growers’ greenhouses and gardens and outdoors in a specially designed tent and widely during the summer months for indoor growing in temperate climates.