Lavender strain

Lavender

Strains

Lavender, also known as Lavender Kush, is an Indica-leaning hybrid strain from Amsterdam’s grower, Soma Seed. It resulted from crossing Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean, and Afghani Hawaiian, which makes it a very potent flower. Its THC comes in at 27%, but can be higher under some growth conditions. Lavender cannabis strain is a many-time award winner. It took first place in the Breeder’s Cup in 2010 and the 2005 High Time Cannabis Cup.

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FLAVORS


LAVENDER
FLORAL
HERBAL

USAGE


STRESS
CHRONIC PAIN
INSOMNIA

EFFECTS


SLEEPY
RELAXED
HUNGRY
EUPHORIA
CEREBRAL
CREATIVE

GROWING INFO


CAN BE GROWN INDOORS AND OUTDOORS. EASY TO GROW. TAKES ABOUT 9-10 WEEKS TO FLOWER.

THC

27%

CBD

1%

SATIVA

40%

INDICA

60%

Lavender Strain Review

Contrary to general perception, the Lavender marijuana strain has a deep green, mottled appearance. The purple hues appear only when grown under certain conditions but are not as intense as many would think. Lavender produces spade-shaped buds with dense nuggets decorated by orange and yellow trichomes.

Lavender is one of the marijuana strains that does not give even novice cultivators a headache to grow. It can adapt to different temperatures and humidity, making it an indoor or outdoor plant. Experienced growers recommend using the Sea of Green method to improve its relatively low yield. Removing the top growth of the plan also encourages high performance. Lavender takes about 9-10 weeks to flower.

True to its name, Lavender gives off a floral and spicy aroma. Its taste also doesn’t disappoint. The most-reported flavors are floral, herby, and spicy.

The sweet aroma and taste of Lavender can be deceptive about its effects. This marijuana strain provides a powerful body high and head high that is euphoric and relaxing. Its soothing effects make it the best choice for treating chronic pain and stress-related disorders.

Adverse effects

  • Dry eyes
  • Dry mouth
  • Paranoia

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