All About Citrus Sap Cannabis Strain
The DNA Genetics x Crockett Family Farms product came together to produce the Sativa and Indica 50/50 hybrid called Citrus Sap Weed. It is bred using Tangie as the genetic base for its sweet orange terpenes profile. Given its orange-fruity nature, the name citrus sap unarguably feels just right for this little dense bud.
The strain contains 18-22% THC and almost no CBD. Its moderate potency makes it a wonderful choice for both seasoned and novice smokers.
Flavors and Aromas
As its name suggests, Citrus Sap strain produces a strongly squeezed citrus concentrate smell that is subtly complemented by an undertone of wood which combines and release an aroma once the buds are broken apart. Its sweet orange terpenes undertones are released upon combustion. The taste of the Citrus Sap weed reminds of ripe mandarin oranges. Users should be able to taste that sweet, tangy taste of citrus when inhaled. There’s also a taste of wood that blends interestingly with the citrus feel in the mouth on the exhale.
Citrus Sap Weed Common Effects
Fast in its effects, this strain shows itself right after a few minutes after a toke. Users report such typical properties:
Medical consumers use this weed to combat such conditions:
A major side effect of this weed strain is that it contains moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids that interfere with saliva production. A cottonmouth along with the redness of the eyes as it dries is to be expected when smoking Citrus Sap.
A more uncommon side effect of using Citrus Sap weed is anxiety and paranoia due to the sharpening of the senses. Usually, these symptoms are limited to disorienting dizziness; it is still advised to consume with caution.
The plant is relatively tall, an indication of its Indica lineage. However, despite its stretchy build, its stalks remain sturdy along with its branches, making it suitable for cultivation in certain degrees in the northern hemisphere.
Its flowers quite early as an adaptation tendency to the cold don’t be deceived, though; this strain prefers long hours of sunlight to any cold. To increase yields, growers in cold regions especially may need to extend the flowering period for a few more. While outdoors, experts suggest that you temporarily enclose the plant to help circulate warmth and protect it snows in early winter.
Growing this plant indoors presents a more controllable environment. For example, growers can easily control Lighting by a simple change in the lighting fixture to HPS systems. Temperatures and humidity can also be easily monitored and adjusted through the installation of fans or a ventilation system.
If lets to flower for 8 to 10 weeks, growers can expect a harvest of approximately 14 to 18 ounces of buds per square meter. It is also possible to increase yields through plant training and manipulation.