Cannabis aficionados decided that Amnesia Haze needed to have a CBD-rich counterpart. After mixing Amnesia Haze with a CBD strain, Amnesia CBD came to light, producing around 10% CBD and 8% THC. All CBD enthusiasts that enjoy the 1:1 THC:CBD ratio shall enjoy this one. This strain expresses classic Haze fragrances, reminiscent of lemons and tropical fruit.
Outdoor growers bask in 1100g of dried buds generated by a single plant. Due to its 60% sativa dominance, Amnesia CBD can reach up to 300cm. Novice indoor growers may find it difficult to contain the size of this beast. The flowering time takes around 60-65 days when treated with love and care.
Amnesia CBD: Finally, An Amnesia Haze Filled With CBD
This is one of her mother’s strengths and so is hers. This cannabis plant is a heavy producer not only of buds but of resin as well. Although it’s true the size of her buds is a bit lower than the ones of the Original Amnesia, this CBD flowers are indeed big and highly compact. When it comes to the resin, trichome-lovers shouldn’t miss our Amnesia CBD; a plant that, during the last days of the flowering, is almost impossible to touch without staining the hands.
Amnesia CBD showcases very strong tastes and scents. As soon as the flowering kicks off, Haze starts taking over the entire surrounding area. Haze-lovers will see their expectations met by far with this strain and with her amazing Haze scent overflowing with brand-new hints of citrus.
Amnesia CBD cannabis seeds
Her size doesn’t go hand in hand with high levels of nutrients. In fact, due to her special flavours and aromas, we wholeheartedly recommend being cautious with the amount of fertilizers we provide her with because we risk blurring the terpene profile. Standard and frequent light and irrigation schemes will be enough for her to thrive. In only three weeks of vegetative phase, she’ll turn into a huge plant and, once the flowering is induced, she’ll take 60-65 days to produce full-grown buds.
These results have been obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to a UV-visible HPLC Detector (HPLC-UV/VIS) for identifying the cannabinoids and by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector (GC-FID) for the collection of terpenes. The equipment has been previously calibrated and quality control samples were run to assure the accuracy of the results. The data shown here is the average of samples coming from several plants grown from seeds by different growers.
* Cannabinoid content (THC, CBD…) may vary depending on external factors such as the growth medium, the grower’s experience, the growing technique (SOG, SCROG…), the environmental conditions and genetic variation.