Sweet Island 5 Pack


The Sweet Island is a Sativa-dominant hybrid, native to Vancouver Island since the ‘90s. It has a delightful smoke of sweet, sugary grapefruit. It produces both body and cerebral high, and with reasonable THC and CBD levels, it offers a therapeutic effect without the bitter taste. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors. When growing indoors, the concern is the room’s space and how to control its growth, while issues when cultivating outdoors are the possible harsh weather conditions. This strain reaches its optimal when grown in a warm and dry environment. Although this strain is a cross between Sweet Pink Grapefruit and Big Skunk, it does not yield as much as its parents. However, to make up for the lack of quantity, it indeed produces fragrant and flavorful buds.

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What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Island Feminized Marijuana?

Sweet Island has a pungent, fruity, and woody smell like sweet grapefruits. Upon lighting, the smoke tickles the tongue with spunky and sugary undertones. It has an upbeat, energetic high that can fuel one through the day. The impact happens within minutes, jolting the body and mind into motion. The effect occurs, accompanied by a nice calming end. There is no couch-lock; one remains physically and mentally agile. It has a soothing impact that resonates with the heart. Thus, it is a perfect stress-free way to function, and as the effects progress, focus and efficiency increases. It inspires a heightened inclination to socialize by mellowing out inhibitions and makes a social butterfly out of an introvert. Suffice to say; it is enjoyed best with good company and a few snacks.

It is important to be mindful of the dose. Although THC 15-19% may be considered normal, the strong Sativa effects of Sweet Island can still overwhelm newbies. Overuse can cause paranoia, headaches, and distracting thoughts.

How to Grow Sweet Island Feminized Marijuana?

Sweet Island is one of the most straightforward Sativa strains to grow. Because of its durability, it requires less effort than other plants. At first, it will sparsely grow long buds with thick hairs; however, after its fifth week, it increases bud density up to its finishing period. When grown indoors, the primary concern is preventing the plant from growing too tall. This strain is best cultivated in a Screen of Green setup. Topping and pruning allow greater light penetration and air circulation in the lower-lying branches, increasing the yield and encouraging more budding sites. Temperature and humidity should be at around 20-26°C and 40-50% to achieve and sustain optimal bud growth and density. However, when growing outdoors, a grower must be mindful of the weather conditions. This strain does well in a warm and dry environment, similar to the Mediterranean. When given plenty of sunlight, this plant yields about 200 grams of buds.