Unlike the traditional way of growing marijuana, which uses nutrient-rich soil to feed your cannabis plants, hydroponic systems use a nutrient-rich solution paired with a type of inert growing medium.
This system eliminates the need for plants to grow out their roots in search of nutrient-rich pockets in the soil.
This leads to hydroponically grown cannabis growing faster than the traditional soil methods.
All the energy focuses on growing the plant itself rather than developing a complex root system.
Because your marijuana plants are directly getting the nutrients they need from the solution, higher quality, and better-tasting buds produce.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
THC: 20% – 29%, CBN: 1%
Grapefruit is a longtime marijuana classic, a heady blend of the hybrid Cinderella 99 and a sativa bred specifically for its grapefruit flavor. With a sativa/indica ratio of 70:30, this strain packs a decidedly cerebral punch, with a major mood boost and intense euphoria. THC levels have been charted at 29%, so this is a pretty powerful strain. CBD levels, meanwhile, are very low, ruling this out as an effective treatment for epilepsy. But it’s highly effective at relieving anxiety and depression, as well as pain, GI distress, and PMS. The sweet taste and smell of grapefruit are dominant, thought there are also hints of other citrus fruits. Adverse effects are usually quite limited, though dry mouth and red eyes are possible. Dizziness and paranoia are more rare. Grapefruit is common across the country, sold largely on the basis of its unique flavor and aroma. It’s most popular in Colorado and on the West Coast, though it can also be found in other legal markets and the black market. This strain is highly appealing to smokers looking for a strong head high, less so to patients seeking physical effects.