More About Strawberry Milk Fast Version
Type: 50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Genetics Parents: Willy’s Wonder x Grape Kush
Flowering Period: 9 to 10 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Mediterranean, Continental, and Temperate
Yield: Indoor 600 g/m2/ Outdoor 600-700gr/plant
Flavors: Citrus, sour, kushy, and aromatic
THC Level: 24%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Medium
What are the Aroma, Flavor, and Effects of Strawberry Milk Fast Version?
Its recreational effects can provide users with a psychological high as well as an increased sense of concentration. It has the potential to raise your spirits and bring you happiness. However, this is only true in the beginning. As the Indica side of the pressure takes hold, the body will experience an intense sense of relaxation that appears to relieve tensions. This soothing sensation will most likely keep you glued to your sofa and unable to move. With a mild kushy and aromatic exhale with slight notes of those flowers. It will remind consumers of a blend of young, aromatic berries and sour fuel undertones.
Medical Benefits of Strawberry Milk Fast Version?
Strawberry Milk can aid in pain relief, stress reduction, and depression management. Add to that the results of causing hunger, or increasing appetite, to the list of advantages. Finally, users of this hybrid are prone to drop asleep before the effects of the opioid have worn off. Many that need assistance falling asleep would benefit hugely from this.
What are the Negative Effects of Strawberry Milk Fast Version?
Cannabis patients are well aware that dry eyes and cottonmouth are common side effects of the drug. Strawberry Milk is not an exception. Strawberry Milk is known for raising anxiety levels, which is a cause for concern. It is also notorious for rising anxiety and causing stress to a lesser degree. It’s best to start with a small quantity of this strain if you’re a seasoned user. If you experience any negative side effects, this is not the strain for you.
How to Grow Strawberry Milk Fast Version Marijuana Seeds?
Those interested in growing Strawberry Milk at home should get clippings from healthy, mature Strawberry Milkshake plants that can be nurtured as “clones.” In a humid, temperate, and dry climate, these copies can grow outdoors and indoors. Plants will rise high and branchy, according to their Indica roots, and will need to be cut back from time to time if grown indoors. Within 9 to 10 weeks, Strawberry Milk blooms.
Strawberry Milk proliferates indoors with proper setup and care from a grower with previous plant-growing experience. It takes 65 to 75 days to bloom, and the yield per sq foot during harvesting ought to be between 500-600 g/m2/. Strawberry Milk is expected to be ready for picking in the last few days of October. It should provide growers with 600-700gr/plant or more by then.