CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) Cannabis Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Temperature, Mediterranean, Sunny, Continental
Yield: 280 to 560 grams per sqm indoors / 560 grams per plant outdoors
Flavors: Diesel, Spicy, Citrus
THC Level: 1%
CBD Level: 20%
Harvest Period: Mid-October
Growing Difficulty: Novice
What are the Flavours and Effects of CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) Cannabis Strain
The CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) cannabis strain has a spicy and citrusy diesel flavor. Smoking the buds of this cannabis strain will give its consumers a boost in mood, focus, and energy. After some time, the whole body digresses into a couch-locked state of deep relaxation. This cannabis strain is ideal for consumers looking to relax after a stressful day.
What are the Medical Benefits of CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) Cannabis Strain
Smoking the buds of the CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) cannabis strain can help patients with depression, PTSD, ADD, ADHD, and bipolar disorder experience a feeling of bliss and concentration. This cannabis strain also can numb the body, giving chronic patients relief from their pain and insomniacs the need to sleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) Cannabis Strain
Smoking the buds of the CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) cannabis strain in moderation will often lead to cottonmouth and irritated eyes. However, if you consume the buds of this strain in excess, there is a chance you will experience anxiety attacks, dizziness, paranoia, and headaches.
How to Grow CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) Cannabis Strain
The CBD Hemp Star Fem (1:20) cannabis strain grows indoors and outdoors, flowers in 8 to 10 weeks, and matures into an average-sized herb with big buds and orange-hued pistils wrapped in thick layers of snowy trichomes. Newbie cultivators can expect a yield between 280 to 560 grams by the middle of October.
Indoors, the plants will thrive in a controlled room with optimal humidity and temperature levels. The plants can grow tall, so we recommend applying the Screen of Green technique to manage it. Under ideal conditions, the plants can produce 280 to 560 grams per square meter. Outdoors, the plants can yield up to 560 grams per plant of yield in a dry location with direct access to the sun.