• May 5, 2020
  • by mrfouram

    As the name might suggest, Candyland is all fun and games. This silly Sativa would make a perfect companion for your next game night or any social occasion. Artists and creative types will appreciate this strain. Candyland has a reputation for inspiring easygoing creativity. You’ll likely have enough energy to finish your project to boot.

    A spirited flower, Candyland smells as spunky as it hits. A cross between Granddaddy Purple and Platinum Girlscout Cookies, this strain has inherited a sweet berry aroma with plenty of signature earthiness. It has also inherited the high THC found in both strains. It’s not uncommon to find a Candyland with up to 24% of the psychoactive.

    Medical consumers tend to use Candyland to fight fatigue and depression. If a low mood is zapping your energy, this sweet flower might help you recover. Others use this strain to fight headaches.

    Thanks to some Indica heritage courtesy of Granddaddy Purple, the pain-fighting effects of this strain are more pronounced than your average Sativa. Candyland’s creative boost may also be helpful to those with ADD/ADHD.

    This strain was originally bred by legendary Bay Area grower Ken Estes. An award-winning strain, Candyland took home a gold medal at KushCon back in 2012.

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