Paradise Circus Strain

Paradise Circus Marijuana Strain

Strain info:

Grow info:


  • Relaxed
  • Uplifted
  • Focused


  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Paranoid


  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Fatigue

Paradise Circus is a cross between Tropicana Cookies and Tina, and it’s easy to imagine the inspiration behind this selection with its brightly colored flowers and robust citrus aromas. Growing in abundance at Exotic Genetix in Washington, Paradise Circus delivers on the aromatic promise of its parents with an orange gas terpene profile that entices any cannabis enthusiast looking for a loud powerhouse.

The effects of this strain are speedy and clear, delivering a powerful high that leaves you feeling completely relaxed and focused at the same time. Medical marijuana patients suffering from stress, depression, anxiety, or insomnia will love the uplifting effects. Paradise Circus is also a good choice for those looking to relieve pain, headaches, or muscle tension because of its potent and clear-headed high.

The known side effects of Paradise Circus were minimal and included paranoia, dry eyes, and cottonmouth. The THC levels of this strain are between 15 and 20 percent, which is more than enough to deliver a powerful experience. Paradise Circus is almost completely covered in trichomes, which gives the flowers a dense and frosty appearance.

This strain has a modest flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks indoors and finishes in early October outdoors as the days start to get cooler. Paradise Circus grows best in a soil medium with extra perlite to promote drainage.

The buds of Paradise Circus are modest in size but beautifully dense and richly purple in color. They are blanketed in stark white trichomes and easily break down into dense, bright green ash. The smoke is smooth and sweet, with citrus flavors that fill your mouth after every hit.

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