More About Neapolitan Feminized Strain
Type: Indica-dominant (80%) / Sativa (20%)
Genetic Parents: Z Money x Gelato #33
Flowering Period: 8 weeks to 9 weeks
Climate: Sunny and Warm
Yield: 500 to 600 grams
Flavors: fruity, creamy, sweet, berry, floral, chemical, diesel
THC Level: 20% – 25%
CBD Level: unknown
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Difficult
What are the Flavors and Effects of Neapolitan Feminized?
Neapolitan is a hybrid strain that will leave you wondering how it was bred due to the exquisite sensation it brings. Neapolitan’s high will cause intensive mental stimulation, resulting in a calm, free, and dreamy sensation. But when it settles, its soaring THC levels allow for a sedating and lethargic impact on the consumer, which is why it is strongly advised that it be used at night to prevent any unpleasant events.
Neapolitan has a unique fragrance and flavor profile that makes it easy to recognize. It has an unmistakable gassy and chemical scent, which it inherited from its parent strains. You may also perceive a combination of candied berries and zesty lime that complements its strong aroma. Nevertheless, the pleasant olfactory sensation is carried through into the flavor. The distinction is in the heavy and thick smoke, which has a sweet, floral, and citrus flavor.
What are the Medical Benefits of Neapolitan Feminized?
Neapolitan has a broad range of therapeutic properties, which is one of its perks. Neapolitan users have stated that the strain has helped them a great deal with combatting their bouts of anxiety, sadness, and fatigue by inducing a really pleasant mood and tranquility, as well as helping them to have a sense of peace. Furthermore, because it is prevalently indica, it has anti-inflammatory effects, making it an excellent treatment for muscular spasms, fibromyalgia, and arthritis. Finally, if you’re having trouble sleeping due to insomnia or other issues, Neapolitan may be able to help as it’s a very psychoactive marijuana strain thanks to its high THC concentration and stronger indica percentage.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Neapolitan Feminized
Neapolitan can produce psychosis, induce fear, and increase the occurrence of anxiety when consumed excessively. Also, Neapolitan is capable of the typical side effects in marijuana, such as parched throat and dry eyes. To avoid extreme repercussions, toke Neapolitan in minimal doses and be conscious of your tolerance threshold.
How to Grow Neapolitan Feminized?
Neapolitan Feminized is not for the newbies. It needs lots of care and attention for it to fully thrive. Experienced growers will find this plant challenging to grow as it requires high maintenance due to its tall and bushy stature. Despite not being high in resistance, it can grow in any environment but be careful, as it is easy to make huge mistakes with this one.
Indoors, using techniques like SCRoG will optimize the cultivation of this strain. Monitoring and controlling the temperature and humidity is essential for it to have better results. Outdoors, this plant thrives in a Mediterranean-like environment. Due to having an all-female genes, expect to harvest a yield of 500 to 600 grams.