Golden Goat Cannabis Strain Complete Review
Golden Goat is an Indica marijuana strain with an unusual history of creation. According to the most popular versions, Golden Goat was accidentally created as the already existing hybrid of the Hawaiian and Romulan strains pollinated the Island Sweet Skunk. Obviously, the Golden Goat strain genetics is impressive since the accidental discoveries are always the best for the real buzz lovers.
The strain contains 20-23% THC, so there is no doubt about its potency. It is recommended for intermediate or advanced smokers who can benefit from its effects without getting overwhelmed.
Speaking of the effects, we are certain that the fans of proper chill sessions would definitely enjoy the feelings caused by a few puffs of the Golden Goat weed strain. This kush will surely make provide a smoker with such effects:
Thanking the THC levels, this cannabis is also used for such medicinal purposes:
- Appetite loss
The most commonly referred negative of the Golden Goat strain is the cottonmouth, whereas some smokers also outline dry eyes and paranoid feelings as the secondary negative feelings.
Taste and Aroma
The smell and aroma of the sweet lemon zest with a little undertone of citrus and earthiness can create a sense of smelling a grenadine. The taste is something similar to the smell and aroma, thanks to the Hawaiian roots of this marijuana. The Golden Goat weed is often characterized as having plant-like, citrusy, sweet, and sometimes even chemical aftertastes. Upon inhaling this soft and definitely not a harsh kush, casual users would surely be amazed by its yummy taste.
Golden Goat Grow Review
The moderate difficulty of growing makes it just the right kush type for growers with at least certain previous expertise. The height of the trees can reach up to 90 inches, which is a WOW height for trees like these.
If you’re planning to grow it indoors, give it enough space to stretch its roots and arms. The average Golden Goat seeds yield is located somewhere in the range of 3 to 6 Oz/ft per square meter. As for the Golden Goat strain flowering time, we are proud of saying that the average of 10 to 12 weeks is a time that is needed for the trees to bloom.