There are few similarities between weed and wine, but connoisseurs of both know the good stuff, and everyone knows that Cuvee marijuana is an indulgent treat with lots of potential.
Cuvee marijuana is indica-dominant, but its above-average THC content (upwards of 19%) delivers a strong cerebral high. Accompanied by the sedating qualities of its indica heritage, it provides a calm and soothing experience that allows consumers to melt into relaxation at the end of a long day. Cuvee entices with bold aromas and flavors of sweet berry, flowers, cherries, and chocolate. It is also an ideal strain for those hoping to reap the benefits of marijuana but aren’t fans of the plant’s pungent fragrance. Chronic stress, chronic pain, and muscle spasms, all of these conditions can be managed with Cuvee marijuana.
If you enjoy sweet sticky flora in your garden, Cuvee marijuana seeds should be right up your alley, though its finicky nature means novice gardeners may want a little experience under their belt before attempting Cuvee. With lots of light and warmth, Cuvee will impress gardeners of any level with a bountiful yield of aromatic cannabis, in some cases over 20 ounces per plant (outside), after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering.