All About Papaya Cannabis Strain
Papaya cannabis is an Indica weed that calms the nerves. Papaya THC level is measured between 16% and 19%, and it has a healthy CBN of 0.15%. Experts have shown that the variation in these measurements is as a result of differences in cultivation and curing methods. Nirvana Seeds created this marijuana. Papaya came from two parents: Ice #2 and Citral #13. It became a fast-growing and disease-resistant strain. It is a sought-after weed for medical appointments.
Flavor and Aroma
The scent of Papaya weed strain is just like papaya fruits. When you inhale and exhale, however, you may feel a peppery undertone with an earthy, richly fruity and pungent smell. It tastes like a mixture of citrus, papaya fruits, herbs, and even pepper. It also has a spicy and sweet taste. Papayas taste like papaya fruits, though with a hint of pepper on the exhale. The flavor is sweet, but the smoke was thick and expansive and can cause you to cough if you sniff in too much.
Papaya Strain Typical Effects
Papaya is one of the most underrated cannabis ever to be smoked or used. It is a fast starter. Papaya weed has such effects:
Because of its THC level, medical doctors appreciate the usage of this wax in treating many ailments. The strain helps patients to control:
- Lack of appetite,
- Bipolar disorder.
Users of this weed have complained of experiencing one or more of the following adverse reactions of taking this bud:
- dryness of eyes and mouth
- heavy head
Papaya Strain Growing Review
This Indica hybrid is one of those weed variants that are difficult to grow. Veteran and professional growers use the Sea of Green method for growing.
When using the Sea of Green method to grow this bud, it develops around 350 g – 450 g per square meters. Once the buds are ripe, they become sticky and filled with crystalline lights. If you want to get the best aroma and flavor, you should grow your Papaya outdoors. The normal flowering period for Papaya is short. It would typically end within eight weeks and can produce medium yield up to 150 g when you grow indoors and up to 800 g from outdoor harvests.
You should harvest around October if you are growing outdoors.
The Papaya grows short with a beautiful bush and potent buds that do not get too wide or too tall. Lightning makes the most significant difference in yield if you are growing indoors.