Sweet Tooth


Sweet Tooth is an Indica-leaning hybrid marijuana strain developed by Life Seeds. It is named after its sweet aroma and flavor that becomes the best choice among cannabis connoisseurs who love sugary weed strains. Sweet tooth is a mildly potent strain with a THC level of about 17%. Its parental lineage consists of a Nepalese Indica, Afghani Indica, and Hawaiian Sativa. This strain became popular in the early 2000s after winning the 2001 High Times Cannabis Cup.

Sweet Tooth produces light to medium buds with green hues and colorfully decorated with orange hairs. The buds are also covered by sugary crystals and frosty trichomes. The buds are dense in nature and can produce leaves with purple patches as they mature.

This cannabis strain performs well both indoors and outdoors. Sweet Tooth has a short production cycle, flowering after only 40 days. It does not grow tall, often reaching a height of 3-4 feet when grown indoors. It is one of the few Indica-dominant strains that are very resistant to pests and diseases. If you are a novice grower, you can try out Sweet Tooth as you gain more experience. Sweet Tooth can yield 16 ounces per square meter indoors and 18 ounces per plant outdoors.

Sweet Tooth is characterized by a sweet-tasting aroma of candy or baked cake. Its sweet fragrance can fill the room when the buds are broken and linger in the air for many hours. Sweet Tooth tastes as good as its aroma. When inhaling the smoke, strong tree fruit and notes of berry will give you the ultimate pleasure. It is also known for a candy-flavored aftertaste.

This hybrid has a dominant euphoric effect that uplifts you from your bad moods. You will feel happy and very relaxed after taking the appropriate dose of Sweet Tooth. If you need to drive away anxiety, stress, and depression, then you can rely on the calming effects of this strain. It is also one of the best for curing insomnia and appetite loss.  

Positive effects

  • Sedating
  • Relaxing
  • Euphoric
  • Calming
  • Uplifting
  • Sleep-inducing

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Paranoia
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