What are the effects of Freezeland cannabis?
Freezeland cannabis seeds grow into a 50/50 hybrid strain that contains approximately 18-21% THC. This highly-sought after rare hybrid was created by Canadian breeders at Smoke A Lot of Seeds and is the offspring of Friesland and Pluton.
Freezeland is a fast-acting strain that most users seem to prefer to use in the afternoon or evening as its soothing indica effects provide such deep body relaxation that you’re likely to not want to do much of anything as its high wears on.
Like most strains that contain sativa, the hybrid marijuana strain starts things with some deceptively strong uplifting euphoria, energy, and an increase in focus, motivation, and creativity. However, Freezeland’s initial cerebral rush and buoyantly happy effects will eventually give way to a smile-inducing body buzz and strong feelings of relaxation that are likely to have you couch-locked and craving some snacks.
So, while this popular strain definitely offers users the best of both worlds in terms of embodying the rousing and bliss-inducing properties of a sativa, its physically calming and sedating effects can make Freezeland seem more like an indica-dominant strain.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Freezeland cannabis?
When it comes to anecdotal therapeutic effects, Freezeland also has much to offer medical users for both mental and physical medical conditions.
Known in part for being a happy-making strain, Freezeland has the potential to help patients who are suffering from various mood-related disorders, such as chronic stress, and just a general case of the blues, get the boost and returned sense of levity they deserve.
For those seeking relief from physical ailments like chronic aches and pains, headaches, migraines, arthritis, and loss of appetite–the latter of which may be quite useful to those battling eating disorders.
Finally, thanks to Freezeland’s sedative properties, it has a solid reputation for helping insomniacs get some sleep.
The fragrance and flavor of the Freezeland Strain
Some describe Freezeland’s aroma profile offers a delightful blend of earthy and citrusy aromas combined with a fresh aroma of pine, earth, and sweet berries.
In terms of this quality cannabis strain’s flavor, it is said to provide users with the sweet taste of blackberries and blueberries, followed by notes of wood, lavender, menthol, and hints of citrus, and pine.
How do I grow Freezeland cannabis seeds?
You’ll be happy to know that Freezeland is considered to be a relatively low-maintenance strain to cultivate, which makes it a good option for first-time and beginner growers. Plus, since Pacific Seed Bank only sells premium feminized seeds the chances of ending up with male plants are only about 10%.
Since Freezeland was originally bred by Northern growers in Quebec, Canada, it is able to survive in colder northern climates.
While Freezeland does exceptionally well when grown outside, some outdoor growers prefer to cultivate this one indoors due to its aroma which is far from discrete. Another reason some cultivators prefer to grow Freezeland under indoor conditions is to experiment with various pruning methods and growing conditions, as this hybrid is known for being quite hardy.
Regardless of where you choose to grow your Freezeland feminized marijuana seeds, if you want to bring out its lavender and purple hues, you’ll need to shock your plants by exposing them to colder temperatures at night near the end of their vegetative stage.
What do Freezeland cannabis plants look like?
Once you see its elongated buds and the array of colors that your Freezeland plant produces, you’ll understand how it got its name. When fully mature, Freezeland blossoms into medium-sized plants and renders nuggets that have some severe bag appeal with their green and brown leaves accented with lavender tones and purple ends. In addition, its frosty buds are sheeted over in icy-looking trichomes and are interwoven with gold-colored pistils.
When to harvest your Freezeland cannabis plant
If its attention-grabbing aroma isn’t an issue, then growing Freezeland outside is recommended. Its outdoor cultivation rewards growers with a decent yield of about 400 grams per plant after entering their flowering time near the middle to end of September.
When grown inside, your Freezeland should provide a nice average yield in about 8 weeks of approximately 300 grams per square meter.
Similar cannabis strains to Freezeland
- Blueberry Kush like Freezeland, this indica-dominant autoflowering strain has an aroma sweet with berries and earth and will leave you couch locked
- Qrazy Train like Freezeland is an uplifting 50/50 hybrid, but unlike Freezeland, it’s unlikely to leave you couch locked
- Jack Frost this 50/50 hybrid is loved for its mood-enhancing qualities that keep users focused throughout the day