Caramel Ice Weed Seeds – Marijuana Strains (Caramelice)
|Origin:||Caramela x Red Skunk||Height Outdoors:||Medium|
|Breeder:||Positronics||Flowering period:||10 Weeks|
|Auto flowering seeds available:||No||Harvest outdoor:||October|
|Feminized seeds available:||Yes||THC Level:||High 15%+|
|Grow Indoors:||Yes||Stoned or High:||High|
|Grow Outdoors:||Yes||Grow Difficulty:||Easy/Moderate|
|Yield:||Medium 400gm (14.1oz) per M2||Awards won:||Spannabis Cup 2010(2nd)|
Caramel Ice cannabis seeds are typically a Skunky weed, bred out to have better mould/disease resistance and earlier flowering. Yields are good with huge kolas that are an intense orange colour and sporting an abundance of trichomes. During marijuana flowering the whole plant appears covered with large pistils. Stems can be quite thin and may need support from a retaining system to prevent them collapsing under the weight of the buds.
The high from Caramel Ice weed is typical Skunk; euphoric and psychoactive. The smell and taste is what you would expect from such parentage; strong with distinctly intense citrus overtones. In fact it is worth mentioning that if you intend to grow Caramel Ice seeds you should pay particular attention to ventilation, both for odour control and also to ensure fresh air supply to the flowers which can become densely packed.
Caramel Ice marijuana works well in dealing with stress and is good for stimulating appetite. Great weed.
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