Yields are average to high, depending on phenotype, growing conditions and techniques. Indoors, it can yield up to 450g per m2, a bit more for the Indica pheno, which can reach 550g per m2 with the SOG technique.
This strain’s chemotype is stable, with all plants contain high amounts of CBD, although it’s recommended to select the most suitable phenotype for each user as a mother plant to keep to provide clones for future cultivation.
This awesome Indica/Sativa hybrid was created by crossing two high CBD strains, ACDC and Harlequin. The offspring of this cross has very low THC content so it doesn’t get you high, meaning this plant can be used throughout the day without a problem, you’ll be able to perform your daily activities while you’re treating your condition.
This CBD queen can be grown either indoors, where it needs around 9 weeks of bloom, or outdoors, where it’ll be ready to harvest by October. Results are always the same, top quality medical buds!
The Sativa phenotype, with longer internodal spacing, reaches higher CBD content than the Indica phenotype, although the latter easily reaches 10% CBD.
This strain was created in tribute to the mpther – already deceased – of the founder of this seed company, and the name means “bright light” in Latin. A ray of light for patients suffering from pains and chronic diseases, as well as muscle injuries.
Candida is the flagship strain of Medical Marijuana Genetics, a feminized strain with very high CBD content and thus ideal for treating a large number of medical conditions, including ADHD, anorexia, autism, depression, epilepsy and many others.
Organoleptically, its flavor clearly reminds of citric fruits, especially lemon, with sweet and candy notes.
Candida can contain from 10 to 20% CBD, while THC content is never above 1%. As usually happens, CBD content depends on phenotypes.
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At any given time 20-25% of women have yeast in their vagina, but no symptoms. Over a 1-year period of time 70% of women will have yeast at some point. This doesn’t mean they have an infection, rather that yeast is often normally present in the vagina.
Smoking marijuana increases your risk of carrying yeast in your vagina, although the mechanism has yet to be elucidated. And so, if you are one of the 5% of women with chronic yeast infections there are probably many potential contributing factors. However, if you smoke marijuana, that might be one of those factors.
What this article tells us is that marijuana use in the past 4 months is an independent risk factor for vaginal colonization with yeast. It increases the odds of having a positive yeast culture (not an infection, a positive culture) by 30%.
So what does this mean?
The literature tells us that smoking marijuana is associated with oral yeast infections, although the mechanism has not yet been fully elucidated. It may affect oral bacteria, local defense mechanisms, or be a co-factor/lifestyle factor.
Most researchers and vaginitis experts (such as myself) believe a symptomatic yeast infection occurs when this yeast that is normally part of the vaginal ecosystem overgrows, essentially going from passenger to pathogen.
A PubMed search resulted in one article for marijuana and vaginal yeast infections, Beigi et al from 2004 in the Green Journal (Obstetrics and Gynecology). Sharon Hillier is an author on the paper, so it is a well done publication and from a team that knows the vaginal milieu better than anyone.
There are many factors associated with yeast infections, but I was recently asked about marijuana.
Approximately 5% of women are affected by recurrent vaginal yeast infections, meaning 4 or more yeast infections in a 12 month period of time.
Approximately 5% of women are affected by recurrent vaginal yeast infections, meaning 4 or more yeast infections in a 12 month period of time. At any given time 20-25% of women have yeast in their vagina, but no symptoms. Over a 1-year period of time 70% of women will have yeast at some point. This…