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Sweet Tooth


Overview:

Sweet Tooth is, as the name suggests, a strain for anyone with a sweet tooth. It tastes and smells strongly of sweet berry, earning its title. It is an indica strain that was bred by mixing a number of landrace strains, including Afghani, Nepalese, and Hawaiian landraces. It flowers in about sixty-six days, has a high yield, and grows to be about medium height. It is interesting how, although two parents are sativas, that it is a strong indica. Nonetheless, some of those sativa attributes come out as well. For example, the strain will make you feel quite euphoric, creative, and happy. Most of these psychoactive effects are associated with sativas, making Sweet Tooth a very unique indica. Some of the things that Sweet Tooth most positively treats are stress, pain, depression, insomnia, and a lack of appetite. It is suggested that you use it for nighttime medication, since it will very likely leave you unable to get off your couch. Sweet Tooth is a strong strain that is not for the faint of heart. Most indicas do not have severe side effects, but Sweet Tooth is a bit different. People have uncommonly reported paranoia, headache, and even anxiety, all of which are associated with sativas. Be careful when medicating with this strain, although you probably do not have to worry about the easy-to-combat symptoms such as dry eye and dry mouth.

Strain Attributes:

Effects

Creative

Euphoric

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Creative

Euphoric

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Medical Uses

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Negatives

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Paranoid

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Paranoid


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