What are the Flavor and Effects of Ice Cream Cake Feminized Marijuana Strain?
The Ice Cream Cake Feminized Marijuana Strain is perfect for relaxation since it has a pleasing aroma and delightful taste. Once you inhale its smoke, it tastes like citrusy, vanilla, and sweet flavor that induces a mouth-watering sensation.
The Ice Cream Cake Feminized Marijuana Strain is composed of more indica properties than sativa, which means its effects are more of a physical high. However, users can still feel the cerebral high that lasts for an hour or two, rendering the mind with a clear-headed sensation. After the cerebral high, users will feel the physical buzz running down from their spine and will spread all over the body. The warm feeling will relax the user and soothe all the pains and aches on its joints and muscles. The Ice Cream Cake Feminized Marijuana Strain is best used at night since it will induce excellent and undisturbed sleep to the user.
How to Grow Ice Cream Cake Feminized Cannabis Seeds?
The Ice Cream Cake Feminized Cannabis Seeds are challenging for beginners, but experienced growers will have a good time with these Cannabis Seeds. Cultivators can grow these marijuana plants in an indoor setup or an outdoor environment. When growing in an indoor location, growers can use the Sea of Green method to boost the yield production of these marijuana plants. Growers should also install humidifiers and temperature systems so they can control the environment inside the grow room. Pruning the lower branches and lower leaves is recommendable to improve the air circulation and allow light to penetrate to its lower parts. These plants have a flowering period of 8 to 9 weeks and will produce 500 grams per square meter.
When cultivating in an outdoor setup, it’s best to put these marijuana plants in a location where they can absorb plenty of sunlight. Cultivators should also consider building a canopy or shed to protect the plants from heavy rains or harsh winds. Trimming the plant is also advisable to allow the sunlight to penetrate its core. During the harvesting period, outdoor cultivators can collect 600 grams per plant.