Strawnana, also called “Strawberry Banana” by less playful cannabis dispensaries, is a 70/30 hybrid with signs pointed towards Indica. It was bred by Reserva Privada of DNA Genetics out of chilly Amsterdam from Strawberry Bubble Gum and Crockett’s Banana Kush. Fans of Indica, energy, and amazing flavor have a lot to get out of the Strawnana experience. Read on for the reasons you should invite Strawnana fumes into your soul.
Strawnana’s new claim to fame is a THC reading of over 32% from the labs at Emerald Cannabis Worx LLC in 2018. Their variant proves that this strain has a lot to give, though the general variety on the market sits closer to 22%. The plant itself grows in large, flat buds shaped like hearts. They grow dark green like olives with big red hairs and thick crystals. The plant is a low-maintenance strain, which makes it ideal for novice growers looking for generous yields for a mid-October flowering season.
GROWING TIPS: The strain may be low maintenance, but that just gives you time to perfect your method. The key to a big yield with Strawnana is protecting the plants from weather changes. You want to try to keep the temperature at 70 and the humidity high during the day. Experienced growers can also try to get the buds to grow purple spots by exposing them to cold temperatures during the growing period. Those who want to use the strain for concentrates and maximize resin production should hang Strawnana’s buds upside-down after harvesting them.
When you light up, the strain’s aroma hits you with sensations of fruit and cream. Underneath, you’ll be able to take in a spicy undertone of herbs and berries. It wouldn’t be Strawnana without at least a hint of strawberry and banana so you can bet there’s some of both. But we’ve noticed that Strawberry comes out way more in the scent and banana comes out more in the taste.
The strain’s effects are relieving, energizing, and motivating. This strain gets you up and moving so don’t try it at night. Use it during the day to treat depression, headaches, stress, and symptoms of ADHD. The sour citrus/tropical berry-banana flavor will make you happy self-evidently. But the effects imbue you with couchlock and sedation, energy, focus, and energy by way of the strain’s genetics. Despite hailing from Amsterdam, the strain is now sweeping the U.S. West Coast.