What You Should Know About Guava Strain Weed
The Guava strain, also known as Guava Kush, was created recently, but the genius minds behind it remain a mystery. This is a Sativa-dominant marijuana strain that promises a moderate high. With 22% of THC content, though, it may be suitable only for those who are experienced with smoking weed. The high THC content might be too much for absolute beginners. Keeping in mind its effects, it is best to consume this cannabis when you need a mood booster.
The Taste and Smell of the Guava Strain
Guava is known for its pungent, tropical smell. It contains terpenes like Bisabolol, Carene, Ocimene, and Phellandrene, which often produce fruity and flowery tastes. Users report that when smoking the buds, the smoke can be a little hard on the throat. If you’re new to smoking marijuana, then you should expect some light coughing.
The Main Effects and Uses
Cannabis is best known for making users giggly, energetic, and happy very quickly. A few puffs of Guava, and you’re likely to forget about your worries and focus on getting some work done. It is a very strong mood booster that can be used any time of the day.
There may be some side effects, though, including unnecessary concern and rapid heartbeat.
Despite these side effects, Guava can be used to treat some medical conditions like ADHD, PTSD, and stress.
Guava seeds are easy to grow and the plant is small in size so it does not require a lot of space. It can take between 60 and 67 days to mature before it is ready to be harvested.
Guava strain recommended by Alex Pasternack (Executive Vice President of Binske) in Grower Stories #4