1. Overview of Candyland Peyote
Candyland is a sativa-dominant hybrid with an 80:20 sativa/indica ratio. It originates from the Bay Area in California. The two parent strains are Granddaddy Purple and Platinum Girl Scout Cookies. Candyland has a sweet and earthy flavor with hints of citrus, and it smells like candy and cookies. The buds are large and dense, with a deep green color and orange hairs.
2. Aroma, flavor and appearance
As mentioned before, Candyland has a sweet and earthy flavor with hints of citrus. When smoked, it tastes like candy and cookies (hence the name). The aroma is also sweet and earthy, with hints of citrus. The buds are large and dense, with a deep green color and orange hairs.
3. Growing this strain
Candyland is not too difficult to grow, although it does require a bit of patience. It is a fairly tall plant, so it may need to be supported if you are growing indoors. The flowering time is 9-10 weeks, and the yield is moderate to high.
4. Effects on mind and body
Candyland produces a happy and uplifting high that is perfect for daytime use. It can help with stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and pain. The effects are both mental and physical, making this a great strain for those who want to relax without being couch-locked.
5. Medical benefits
Candyland is great for treating stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and pain. It can also help with nausea and loss of appetite.
6. Negative side effects
The most common negative side effects of Candyland are dry mouth and eyes. This strain can also make you feel dizzy or paranoid if you smoke too much.