Critical Mass CBD Genetics
The original Critical Mass by Mr. Nice Seeds was a renewed version of the powerful indica Big Bud (a strain with Skunk #1 and Afghani genetics). Dinafem Seeds have taken an original Critical Mass and crossed it with a male plant of the CBD Crew strain to make a strain that hopes to help with a broad range of conditions.
Critical Mass CBD Effects
Even though Critical Mass CBD is predominantly meant for medicinal use, doesn’t mean recreational consumers can’t enjoy the body-relaxing sensation this strain provides. Its low THC and high CBD content makes for what Dinafem describe as a ‘controlled’ effect, lightly lifting the mood and calming the body to a blissful state. A mild strain with gentle, easily manageable effects.
Critical Mass CBD Terpene Profile
Every strain that stems from Skunk genetics tends to smell quite pungent. And the same goes for Critical Mass CBD. This strong fragrance and flavor is accompanied by a lovely bouquet of citrus, damp earth and clear notes of pinewood and a hint of honey.
Medical Benefits Critical Mass CBD
CBD strains, particularly with a 1:1 THC/CBD ratio, are thought to have a broad range of medicinal uses including helping with pain, inflammation, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, and seizures associated with some forms of epilepsy. Strains with a balanced cannabinoid content have also been indicated to have calming effects that could help with nausea, gastrointestinal disorder, fibromyalgia, and muscle spasms. While not definitive, some research has also suggested that strains with a balanced THC and CBD ratio may help improve the restlessness, hyperactivity and inattentiveness associated with ADD/ADHD.
How to Grow Critical Mass CBD
The original Critical Mass is famous for its heavy buds so dense they frequently break their branches. Even though the Critical Mass CBD plant is quite a degree smaller in size, its flowers still reach a respectable density. Critical Mass CBD is an easy plant to cultivate for everyone, with only a slight weakness to mold to consider. For the best yield, it is advised to use the SOG technique. This strain has a flowering time of around 8 weeks when grown indoors and will be ready for harvest outdoors in early October.