Cinderella 99, though called by a variety of nicknames, is commonly known as the "holy grail of pot." Medical and recreational patients adore the strain for its focused, creative and uplifting properties. Cinderella 99 also has notably high THC content. Cindy 99 is a strong sativa-dominant strain that is best reserved for morning or daytime smokes.
Overview of Cindy 99
Mr. Soul of Brothers Grimm Seeds stopped producing the first generation of Cindy 99 seeds in 2002 but returned to the scene nearly 15 years later with a new, genetically advanced phenotype. Cindy 99 typically tests around 22% THC and has trace amounts of CBD. Consumers love Cindy 99 for its heavy sativa traits and unique flavor. C99's aroma and flavors are typically described as being sweet, citrusy, and a little earthy. Cinderella 99 was even listed as one of the Top 10 strains of 2009!
Potential Positive Effects of Cindy 99
Cindy 99 is 85% sativa and 15% indica strain that is wonderful for smoking throughout your day. It's sativa-dominant genetics cause consumers to experience a euphoric, uplifting, and energized high with a relaxing come down. Cindy 99 is ideal for anyone looking for a strain that is good for hiking, writing, doing chores, or even getting some work done!
Potential Negative Effects of Cindy 99
Due to Cindy 99's being a sativa-dominant, it is possible for consumers to feel a heightened sense of paranoia and anxiety. Cindy 99 is also not the best strain of choice when trying to fall asleep. Anyone suffering from insomnia may have symptoms while smoking Cindy 99.
Lineage of Cindy 99
Cindy 99 is a premium strain with some killer genetics. Cindy 99 is a cross between Jack Herer and Shiva Skunk. Jack Herer is the sativa-dominant, while Shiva Skunk is an indica. Brothers Grimm Seeds are the founders of Cindy 99 and it is said that C99 was created using seeds from Amsterdam.
Growing Cindy 99
Growers love the genetics of Cinderella 99 and it is perfect growing indoors. Cindy 99 is not a very tall plant, which is unusual for sativa strains. Its average yield is around 5 ounces per square foot and only takes about 7-9 weeks to flower. While the yields are high and the turn-around time is pretty short, Cindy 99 is actually a fairly difficult plant to grow. It may be a good idea to not start with Cindy 99 if you are a beginning grower.
Where to Find Cindy 99
Consumers can usually find some Cindy 99 at dispensaries in states like Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Arizona, and even Canada.
Check out your local dispensary to see if they have any Cindy 99!