More About Tropic Thunder Feminized Strain
Type: Sativa (80%), Indica (20%)
Genetics Parents: Maui Wowie
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Climate: Warm and Sunny
Flavors: Grapefruit, Citrus, Gassy, Hashy
THC Level: Low
CBD Level: 1%
Height: 150 cm to 200 cm
Harvest Period: Mid October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Tropic Thunder Feminized?
The Tropic Thunder fills the room with a subtle floral aroma. Once it is inhaled, it releases a prominent floral note blended with a grape-like taste and bitter hints.
Being dominantly Sativa, this strain boosts the energy and enhances the overall mood. The Tropic Thunder will definitely put a smile on your face as the high soars leading to a chattier personality, which makes it great for social gatherings. This strain does not have intense effects and provides a tranquil experience without the side effect of couch-lock rarely happens. It can be used at any time of the day, but most smokers prefer to consume it at the start of the day.
What are the Medical Benefits of Tropic Thunder Feminized?
The Tropic Thunder provides relief for individuals with chronic pains caused by arthritis and migraine. It can also help increase the appetite, which makes consumers intake more food. Furthermore, physical relaxation and uplifting properties alleviate psychological ailments such as depression, anxiety, and everyday stresses by clearing any worries that cloud the mind.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Tropic Thunder Feminized
Tropic Thunder should be taken in moderate amounts as high dosages can result in serious adverse effects like paranoia, headache, and dizziness. Cottonmouth and dry eyes may be prevented when Tropic Thunder is taken in a hydrated body.
How to Grow Tropic Thunder Feminized?
The Tropic Thunder grows at the height of up to 5ft. Indoors, this plant can produce up to 1 oz per square meter. Using the Screen of Green (SRoG) and Sea of Green (SoG) setup may help optimize the production yield within limited spaces and allow for better light exposure. In an outdoor environment, cultivators can reap about 2 ounces per plant of buds.