Most candy-consumers will leave the banana-flavored sweets for last, but with upwards of 24% THC and a fragrance that’s more pine than fruit, Banana Candy marijuana will be at the top of your list, whether you’re looking for a therapeutic strain or just one that will enhance your evening.
Indica-dominant in heritage and effect, Banana Candy marijuana is slow to take effect – sometimes not kicking in for 10 minutes or more – but once it starts, the changes intensify, warping the senses with its trippy high. Accompanying the psychoactive experience is the deep relaxation which is characteristic of an indica, so don’t expect to be productive. Banana Candy will render you useless in this regard, though its sedative qualities are more than beneficial for patients looking for relief from pain, inflammation (arthritis and fibromyalgia), and stress-related concerns.
Dank and citrusy with notes of sweet pine, there is a marked lack of “banana” in both fragrance and aroma with Banana Candy marijuana, but like the potassium-rich fruit, it excels at improving mood and feelings. Producing pebbly buds twisted through with curly leaves and orange/brown pistils, Banana Candy marijuana seeds prove quite resilient and easy to grow both indoors and out. They prefer a semi-humid climate to maintain a short, bushy structure, and will be ready for harvest after 8-9 weeks of flowering.