Lucky Charms has a reputation in the cannabis industry for being delicious. This potent strain is a hybrid cross between Sweet Appalachia and The White. Lucky Charms is high in THC content, and the people agree feeling its intensity. It is a balanced strain providing a sort of energetic relaxation.
Overview of Lucky Charms
Lucky Charms is a balanced strain equal in sativa and indica. Listed on High Time's 2013 list of "15 Super-Potent Strains with Awesome Names," its THC level reaches about 22 percent with a low CBD content of 0.1 percent.
Lucky Charms is a cylindrical shaped bud, dark green, covered with orange hairs and white trichomes. Since Lucky Charms has split-down-the-middle indica and sativa genetics, the effects are diverse. It gives consumers an energy boost and helps facilitate stimulating conversation. It also directs a person to be creative and all around euphoric and giggly.
Bodhi Seeds breed the strain. Lucky Charms has a flavor of sweet and satisfying fruit in a light, airy bud. The flower offers a strong fruity, sweet flavor undercut by a pine aroma. The taste is just the same: Sweet and fruity around a pine scent.
Potential Positive Effects of Lucky Charms
The experience of consuming Lucky Charms comes marked by a quick onset and a uniquely robust body high. As the mental high comes down, effects turn to the body, allowing the use of Lucky Charms in both the day and night.
Potential Negative Effects of Lucky Charms
Lucky Charms may experience dry mouth, red eyes, and headaches. When taking in a higher dosage, it may cause paranoia.
The Lineage of Lucky Charms
Appalachia is the result of combining Green Crack and Tres Dawg. It lands slightly on the sativa side at 60 percent. The THC content for Appalachia tests as high as 22 percent. Its flavor is sweet, floral, and woodsy. The aroma, on the other hand, leaves a citrus, earthy, and pine scent behind. Appalachia bud is light green covered in white crystals and scattered orange hairs.
Appalachia can be grown both indoors and outdoors in a warm climate. A moderately experienced cultivator is needed to grow properly. Indoor flowering takes eight to ten weeks and will yield three ounces per square foot. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by mid-October and will generate 12 ounces or more per plant.
Lucky Charm's other parent, The White, brings indica roots, topping as high as 85 percent indica lineage. This strain has tested as high as 29 percent in THC content and a CBD count of only .25 percent. Both fragrance and flavor have a sweet phenotype with its taste having a skunky undertone and its fragrance undercut with wood.
The White can be grown both indoors and outdoors in an ideal environment. Some experience is needed to grow The White. Indoor growing takes about eight to nine weeks yielding 12 to 16 ounces. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by the end of September to early October.
Growing Lucky Charms
While Lucky Charms can grow both indoors and outdoors, growers say it's best to grow indoors. The quality of growth depends on if you're able to produce Lucky Charms where the environment replicates a Mediterranean climate. The plants usually grow medium height; however, they can grow tall.
Lucky Charms is easy to grow. Plants grown outdoors need harvesting by October and will yield roughly 12 ounces per plant.
Where to Find Lucky Charms
Lucky Charms is a rare strain found most commonly in states with recreational marijuana programs. Colorado, Oregon, and Washington are the largest markets for this strain. Visit our dispensary finder to locate dispensaries with Lucky Charms near you!