Cannatonic cannabis has been known since ancient times to be a potent medicinal resource. However, due to abuse and irresponsible use leading to addiction, it has garnered a lasting negative impression. This is the main reason why all and any strain of the plant has been banned in some countries. However, despite that, some countries still use cannabis because of the many benefits it can offer. These countries still recognize the important use of the plant in medicine.
Now, today, there are a lot of strains that are grown and cultured for commercial consumption. One of the most popular strains is the cannatonic strain. If you want to know more about the strain, below are some helpful information on basic stats and growing tips.
The cannatonic strain is bred and cultured by Resin Seeds to address the demand for cannabis strains that contain less tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and higher cannabidiol (CBD). The combination of the lower THC and higher CBD helps the strain produce a short-lived high that can give a calming and uplifting feeling.
When taken, the plant produces an earthy aroma with a mix of fruity tint. Combined with the high CBD and low THC, cannatonic strains provide a relaxing high that can help induce happiness and good mood with a little euphoric feeling. It can also cause sleepiness. These effects are what makes cannatonic a popular treatment for common ailments like stress, pain, migraines, muscle spasms, inflammation, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and other physical and mental problems.
Although cannatonic strains are popular, prolonged use may lead to dry mouth and dry eyes. Sudden stops may also cause a spike in anxiety and the onset of headaches and dizziness. However, when used in moderation or used responsibly, these negative effects can easily be remedied.
Tips on Growing
The cannatonic strain is a hybrid of the MK Ultra (female) and the G13 Haze (male). The plant flowers about 9 to 10 weeks and is moderate in difficulty to grow. It usually grows to about 30 to 78 in. tall and yields up to 6 ounces per square foot.
If you wish to grow your own pot or two of the plant, it is highly compatible with hydroponic setups and indoor planting since the climate is controlled. This helps the plant absorb the nutrients needed to produce higher CBD content. However, do keep in mind that when grown indoors, the plants should be well-ventilated and well-spaced to give them room to breathe.
They can also be grown outdoors. However, it is more difficult to control the humidity and rise in moisture outdoors than when indoors. Hence, indoor gardening is the more popular go-to-method for private growers of the strain.
It is also important to bring down the humidity level in the room to about 40 percent during these late weeks and keep the temperature steady between 72 to 82 °F. These strains are highly prone to molding so the climate must be closely monitored, especially during the last part of the flowering stage when moisture is high.
Pruning helps maintain the plants. When you plan to prune the plant, it is best done in the vegetative stage because it helps promote better airflow, especially during training to get used to even spacing. When feeding, it should start from the low level and increase slowly and evenly after the first stages of vegging, mostly a few weeks.
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