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About Candy Apple
Just as sweet as her name entails, Candy Apple is a sativa-dominant strain crafted by Washington State breeders TreeHawk Farms. They decided to cross Blueberry with Pineapple and then took the offspring and blended it with Afghan. The result is a strain that users report as completely uplifting and could potentially offer you energizing effects with a slight sense of relaxation that works to even everything out.
Candy Apple is ideal for most types of users, so whether you prefer to toke every once in a while or if you’re a wake and bake individual, this gal is great for you. On the low end, this strain measures at 15% THC and at her very strongest only barely crests the 20% mark. Her nugs are a spade type of shape and are often forest green with bright orange pistils poking out beneath a blanket of amber crystals. If you’re a fan of super sweet bud, Candy Apple fits the bill with flavors and aromas that blend vanilla, apple, pineapple, and other tropical fruits for an experience like nothing else.
Sometimes sativa strains can infuse users with too much energy and leave a feeling of jitters in their wake, but Candy Apple has learned what perfect balance looks like. Some users could initially experience a cerebral rush that brings along with it a strong sense of euphoria, leading to the desire for increased social activity. You probably won’t be a huge chatterbox, however, and instead may also find the ability to focus on the tasks in front of you. For some, smoking Candy Apple before a busy day at work leads to crossing things off of your to-do list left and right.
Whether you’re a fan of outdoor adventures or you simply want to boost your mood without going into overdrive, Candy Apple might top your list of new favorite strains. It’s for this reason that home cultivators want to include it in their garden, as having access to this bud is a high priority. Experienced growers likely won’t have many problems getting her to produce large amounts of flower, as plants mature to well over six feet in height.
Patience is certainly required when it comes to nurturing Candy Apple, as it typically takes between 9 and 10 weeks for her to reach full maturity. Both indoor and outdoor growth are suitable, but we’d recommend giving this strain large amounts of attention just to make sure she gives you all that you’re looking for.
Try Candy Apple in the morning if you want a sweet treat with breakfast and have activities going on earlier in the day, or save her for your lunch break for an added boost of energy once the 3 pm slump sets in. Between her gorgeous flavors and bright effects, Candy Apple has become a highly sought after bud.