from £ 9.95 GBP
Critical XXL is a 100% indica strain that has a heritage of Afghani and Skunk #1. This cannabis strain will be a big hit with connoisseurs and growing experts who seek big, fat colas full of resin in a fast flowering time. Sidebranch buds can grow to be as thick as those on the central stem in a greenhouse environment.
Bringing together two such illustrious plants has resulted in bumper harvests of dense, sticky weed. Indoors crops of 650 gr/m2 can be obtained in an amazing 45 - 55 days. Outdoor growers are advised to plant directly in the ground to give the roots plenty of room to spread out and the reward will be fat, fairly short, plants with such heavy bud density that support will almost certainly need to be employed in order to prevent the stems from snapping.
The taste is deliciously complex and suggests cloves, burnt orange, lemon and berries. THC levels are very high and have been measured at 21% while CBD weighs in at 2%. The effect is cerebral, euphoric and giggly albeit with a degree of couch-lock so that physical activities become unappealing.
|Taste Notes||Berry,Lemon,Orange,Spicy, Herbal|
|Noted Effects||Cerebral,Couch Lock,Euphoric|
|Genetics||Afghani x Skunk #1|
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