Pink Champagne Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Pink Champagne has a sedative buzz that will leave you feeling heavy and drowsy. This Indica-dominant hybrid is a cross of Ken’s Granddaddy Purple and Cherry Pie. It’s a popular strain in the Bay area, with Ken Estes breeding it in his garden outside Hayward.
The genetics of Pink Champagne creates a potent Indica high that can leave you feeling physically drained, euphoric, and mentally relaxed. It has been known to be used to combat pain from migraines, headaches, nausea, or physical discomfort with ease.
The adverse effects of this strain are mostly limited to dry eyes and dry mouth, but it may affect some users more than others. The THC content of this strain is anywhere between 16 and 20%, making it a powerful hybrid. The high produced is strong and usually lasts for around four hours.
Pink Champagne is a thick bud that has light forest green leaves surrounding its amber buds. It can also have orange or purple strands mixed in with the green leaves. The scent is berry sweet and can be smelled when you’re in close proximity to the bud.
The flowering time is 8 weeks, and the yield is good for indoor growing. Outdoor planting is best in the fall and springtime, or when the daytime temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s hardy to most climates unless you’re growing it indoors, but it can be prone to mold if you are not careful.
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