LA Confidential Strain
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LA Confidential is a well-rounded strain, providing relief for those who need it most. It has an uplifting and euphoric sensation, as well as intense pain relief qualities that are great for those with chronic pain. For newer patients seeking relief, LA Confidential can both lull you to sleep and treat acute pain in a way no other medication can match.
Its genetics are a mystery, but evidence suggests that LA Confidential could be related to the strains OG Kush, Durban Poison and Afghani. LA Confidential is ideal for patients who experience chronic pain such as arthritis. This strain is also an effective stress reliever when experiencing depression or mental health issues because it helps lower stress levels and provides a positive outlook on life.
It also has proven to stop seizures in children with epilepsy. The negative effect of LA Confidential is that it can sometimes bring out harsh anxiety symptoms as well. A few patients have reported dizziness or paranoia. As a result, LA Confidential is not recommended for those with PTSD or manic mental disorders.
The THC content is high and is typically found between 17% and 20%. LA Confidential is the perfect nighttime strain that will take you to a deep but pleasant dream. It’s perfect for your first time smoking or as an evening social smoke.
This famous strain’s cannabis profile is very complex. Growing the strain takes between 8 and 10 weeks, with a flowering time of 7 to 9 weeks. The strain is known for producing a high yield of extremely potent buds that are layered in bright green leaves. The buds have a green color with orange hairs and are covered in frosty white trichomes.
These seeds are not recommended for beginners, they take a long time to germinate and often end up as popcorn. However, LA Confidential presents its true potential when it comes to flowering. The plant grows tall and flat, one of the ways that makes it easy to manage.
At the end of flowering and after harvest, you will have an impressive yield of 350 grams per square meter (over 2 pounds per acre).