Limoncello haze ® feminized
The Limoncello Haze Fem strain is such an adorable Sativa-dominant strain today due to her stood-out citrusy scent and a perfect cannabinoid profile for medical and recreational benefits. As the 2008 and 2009 High Times Cannabis Cup winner, you will undeniably nod that it truly isn’t worth it to let the beauty slip your arms. With all due honesty, what are you awaiting now that fellow connoisseurs are seizing the opportunity to grow these goodies before they go out of stock?
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This strain is utterly unbelievable – its potent, smells amazing, and produces massive yields time after time. What more could you want? Limoncello Haze is a gorgeous sativa that you definitely don’t want to miss out on – she’s a two-time winner of the High Times Cannabis Cup, for goodness sake!
In-depth information about this strain
Limoncello Haze is incredibly tasty and, just as her name suggests, she smells like sweet, sweet lemon. She is a cross between Lemon Ice and XTRM Super Silver Haze, so you know that she’s super strong. Smoking this one is like drinking freshly squeezed lemonade in boast taste and effect – that’s right, this strain will knock your socks off, but you’ll still remain functional and relaxed.
If you have lots of fun with the munchies, or if you have a medical reason for wanting to increase your appetite, this strain is definitely for you. Limoncello induces the munchies unlike any other strain. So make sure you have plenty of snacks to hand with this one. As well as increasing appetite, Limoncello Haze has proved to be able to uplift mood and better sleeping patterns – incredible!
Limoncello Haze can be recognized by her distinct look – a yellow tinged bud with fiery orange hairs all over. She really is beautiful, so why don’t you see for yourself?
How big of a harvest do you get from this strain?
This strain is fantastic for growers and she offers very generous yields of up to 750 grams when grown outside – though you can grow her inside as well. She needs around 10 weeks to grow, but she is certainly worth the wait. You can expect to harvest her in October.
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