Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Indica Dominant
Genetics Parents: Hippie Kush X Strawberry Banana X GG#4 X Purple Punch
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Mediterranean / Sunny
Yield: 500g/plant outdoors / 400-500g/m2 indoors
THC Level: Up to 24%
CBD Level: Below 1%
Harvest Period: Around October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain?
When it comes to the Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain, regulations are destined to fail, but that’s not for all. This cherry and tropical flavored strain with an earthy hint can inspire you to get through your day before stepping you out from its soothing and calming effects. In this one, you’ll be active and relaxed at the very same time.
What are the Medical Benefits of Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain?
Along with its body-numbing and sleep-inducing effects, the Forbidden Fruit Feminized strain was being found to help patients suffering from chronic pain, muscle spasms, body pains, stress, and insomnia. Patients suffering from anxiety, PTSD, or depression may benefit from the mood-lifting, energizing effects of the Forbidden Fruit Fem strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain
The common side effects are cottonmouth, irritated and dry eyes that cannabis users experience, and no significant side effects from smoking the Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain.
How to Grow Forbidden Fruit Feminized Strain
The Forbidden Fruit Fem cultivar develops into an average-sized purple-colored plant featuring white and orange pistils with light-green trichomes encased in drooling resin. Although it can grow outside, it prefers to be kept indoors. This plant can be challenging to develop for inexperienced growers. To prevent this herb from withering, maintain temperatures around 20–22°C as well as the humidity below 65%. The better option for this strain to grow better buds is to use organic soil nutrients. Within 8 to 10 weeks of production, growers should expect a total of 450-500g/m2 indoors as well as around 500g/plant outdoors.