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Afghani Indica x Thai Sativa

Juicy Fruit Strain

In need of a sweet treat? Juicy Fruit may be the strain for you. It is a cross between two classic landrace strains, which Juicy Fruit balances well. Juicy Fruit's mixed sativa and indica heritage, percentage-wise, is relatively even. However, users commonly report more sativa-like effects like euphoria, friendliness, and energy. Juicy Fruit is an excellent strain to whip out in social situations or 420-friendly daytime activities. If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the haze, you'll enjoy escaping with Juicy Fruit.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Sweet
strain flavor Berry
strain flavor Orange

- Effects -

strain effect Happy
strain effect Uplifted
strain effect Euphoric

Overview of Juicy Fruit

In recent years, Juicy Fruit has gone by the name "Fruity Juice." Like its moniker, the strain tastes fresh, sweet, and smooth. Few smokers say that the strain tastes reminiscent of pina colada, berries, and citrus. Juicy Fruit's scent isn't the only phenotype that reflects its name. The weed strain cultivates a sweeter smoke that can end with a surprising note of spice on exhale.

Juicy Fruit's THC content averages around 16 percent but can reach levels up to 20 percent. As enticing as well-cured Juicy Fruit can be, there are a variety of lesser-quality strains that adopt the same name. Look for Juicy Fruit's signature scent and sativa high when shopping at different dispensaries.

Positive Effects of Juicy Fruit

When smoked, Juicy Fruit's sativa parentage shines. The strain is known to boost moods, fill energy levels, and create a slower sense of time. It's common for users to get caught in Juicy Fruit's heady high and get a "warped" sense of time. However, those that use Juicy Fruit can feel a sharp sense of focus and creativity.

Negative Effects of Juicy Fruit

The most common adverse effects induced by Juicy Fruit is dry mouth and dry eyes. Other less frequent symptoms include dizziness, headaches, and paranoia.

The Lineage of Juicy Fruit

Sensi Seeds first produced the landrace hybrid we know as Juicy Fruit. Genetically, the strain is 55% Thai Sativa and 45% Afghani indica. Its classic heritage stands out in Juicy Fruit's premium buds!

Growing Juicy Fruit

Growers report that Juicy Fruit can be somewhat tricky to grow outdoors. However, the strain can be a profitable crop for a dispensary or cooperative. Juicy Fruit can thrive indoors or in a greenhouse with the sea of green method. Plants can demonstrate either indica or sativa-like phenotypes. Sativa-dominant plants can grow up to three meters tall. Generally, it takes Juicy Fruit 50 to 60 days to lower. Experienced growers report high yields with the strain.

Where to Find Juicy Fruit

Juicy Fruit is not always available on the market. It is more common to see Juicy Fruit in states like Colorado and Washington. Some Canadian Provinces are also known for having some Juicy Fruit on the market.

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