BC Sweet Tooth
If you are searching for an intensely sweet and citrusy bud, then look no further, BC Sweet Tooth is the best choice. The flavor of BC Sweet Tooth is one of a kind and you can expect its sweet-honey flavor to intensify as you smoke more. BC Sweet Tooth can also make you feel spacey and sleepy. This is why it is not recommended for social gatherings since it can make feel lazy and couch-locked for hours.
Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 90% Indica / 10% Sativa
Flowering: 6 to 10 weeks
Climate: Dry and warm
Flavors: Honey, apple, candy, sweet, fruity, cheese, sweet
THC Level: 10% to 13%
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Effects of BC Sweet Tooth?
BC Sweet Tooth can give you intense euphoric and uplifting high. It can make you feel aroused and motivated to accomplish your projects or assignments. Many cannabis users who have tried BC Sweet Tooth claimed that they felt a special head high that lead them to think of meditative thoughts and concepts. Your creativity is also boosted once you start smoking this sweet bud. However, as the effects fade away, expect your body to feel heavy yet relaxed.
What are the Medical Benefits of BC Sweet Tooth?
This is a sweet strain that can help soothe pain and stress. A lot of medical experts are giving BC Sweet Tooth to people who are suffering from depression and stress. Because of the happy and euphoric effects of BC Sweet Tooth, one can feel peace and comfort. BC Sweet Tooth is also an effective medical strain for combatting inflammation, migraines, nausea, fatigue, fibromyalgia, and even insomnia.
What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from BC Sweet Tooth?
Too much BC Sweet Tooth can make you feel dizzy. Dryness of eyes and mouth are also to be expected. There are also reports where BC Sweet Tooth users said that they have experienced a mild headache.
Tips for Growing BC Sweet Tooth
BC Sweet Tooth is capable of giving you heavy yields so long as you plant them in a dry and warm environment. This strain is great for indoors and outdoors. Remember not to overfeed BC Sweet Tooth with too many nutrients. They are a sturdy and resilient plant but they are not heavy eaters.