About Lovin' Cup
The strain known as Lovin’ Cup has a low amount of THC (around 11%) but a noticeable little dose of CBD (up to 1.3%), making it a balanced happiness inducer for experienced users and a great beginner strain for someone just getting started. It grows in dense, chunky nugs and comes from a heritage that stretches back to Afghanistan, Brazil, India, and Mexico, collated by the folks at Dynasty Seeds, an entrenched breeder founded by “Professor P” out of Oregon (he also founded Relic Seeds). Lovin’ Cup’s lovely genetic profile stems from a cross between Shishkaberry and Ms. Universe, giving it a variously sugary and floral profile that is sure to interest anyone in the market for low-stakes sweetness.
The Lovin’ Cup strain has a terpene profile that favors subtle herbal, floral, and sweet flavors. It primarily includes myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene, and sabinene, making it a pretty unique combination. The result is a subtle flavor of honey with hints of violet and a bit of bright lime at the end. The plant itself can grow up to 90 inches in height outdoors, so make sure you have plenty of room to let Lovin’ Cup stretch her delicate arms (or get your pruning shears ready). The strain takes about 63-68 days to finish flowering and outside yields a handsome 550g per plant, provided you treat it right.
With Ms. Universe genetics, you shouldn’t be surprised that Lovin’ Cup comes out beautiful, with tall, conical nugs that are covered in dense goodness, punctuated by pistils that are bright orange-colored like shredded carrots, with a dusting of white crystal trichomes. The plant can test for THC anywhere between 9% and 13%, which would be on the low end for someone looking for the highest high possible but right in the zone of comfort for an eager beginner.
For users of any experience level, Lovin’ Cup comes with some choice benefits, such as the ability to help you relax and concentrate after a long week. Users report feeling uplifted and creative on this strain, ready to work on their hobbies, hang out, and relax (mentally and physically). But the strain doesn’t cause sedation, which is great news for users that want to kick back without totally losing their day to a powerhouse plant. Lovin’ Cup works best in the low-key, bringing flowery sweetness wherever it goes.