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Sweet Tooth Indica

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What is Sweet Tooth?

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What is Sweet Tooth?

About Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth is an Indica dominant hybrid strain. Much like its name implies, Sweet Tooth has a very sweet taste. Many attributes it’s delicious yet subtle berry and flowery tastes to the sugary crystals frosting the buds; the buds of the Sweet Tooth strain are simply covered in snowy trichomes. Even the scent of Sweet Tooth is pleasant and flowery.

While the strain is definitely Indica dominant, the dash of Sativa helps keep the user lucid when utilized in moderation. It is advisable to use Sweet Tooth at night time or on a lazy day with nothing planned, as it produces a powerful body stone. It probably won’t be a good choice before social festivities, but for introspective nights back home it can prove useful.

Sweet Tooth can be used for a variety of medical ailments. This strain can prove a very effective pain reliever, be it chronic or debilitating pain, or those suffering from arthritis or general aching in the back, neck, or joints. So while it does provide a great, lazy stone that is effective in alleviating various pains, it is best to remember and anticipate the potential of a lazy day. It is, for this reason, it is also a successful remedy for insomnia, lulling the user into a relaxing sleep.

Sweet Tooth buds have a light-to-medium, greenish hue, covered in appetizing orange hairs and the aforementioned, sugary crystal frosting. Later in life, as the plant ripens, it can also yield dark purple tinges amongst the leaves of the buds. Sweet Tooth buds are quite dense.

Sweet Tooth can be grown both indoors and outdoors and is known to have a fast flowering time at around 40 to 55 days. Height, on average should finish at roughly 6 to 8 feet outdoors, or 3 to 4 feet indoors. Sweet Tooth plants are also commonly referenced as survivors, bravely facing the onslaught of pests

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