Papaya Cake Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Papaya Cake is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing the Papaya and the Wedding Cake strain. This strain emerged in the Netherlands in the late 1970s as a clone-only strain. It is believed that Papaya Cake got its name from how it smells like baked papaya with a hint of strawberry.
Medical marijuana patients choose this strain for its ability to treat nausea, pain, and inflammation. This strain is not as well known for its effects, but it does offer some of the common effects that include euphoria, relaxation, and an increase in appetite. This strain is great for patients who want a sweet and fruity flavor.
The common side effects of this strain are dry eyes, paranoia, headaches, and dizziness. The THC levels of Papaya Cake are between 12-22%. It is effortless to grow, as both the Indica and Sativa effects of this strain can be grown together.
Papaya Cake buds are typically very dense and small, with a lot of clear orange hairs throughout. The leaves have dark green hues with orange pistils throughout. It can be grown indoors or outdoors in a fairly cool environment.
This strain likes to grow in a well-lit, moist environment. Keeping the plants about 70 degrees is recommended, and the humidity should be kept over 80%. This strain is also fairly easy to grow, and it will usually flower between 8-9 weeks. The plant grows best when grown medium height, so it is great for beginner growers new to growing marijuana.
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