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Crossing the popular Wedding Cake with the terpene-rich Purple Punch, the Wedding Crasher Fem is a cannabis strain that is Sativa-dominant. And, it can do so much more than just pleasing the palate. At 16-22% THC levels, it has been recognized as an almost balanced strain, producing effects that are very relaxing and invigorating. Having large buds and crystal-like trichomes alongside its purple and vibrant green colors, this plant is a real beauty. Not only is it beautiful but it also produces top-of-the-line aromas and flavors that are of strong yet sweet vanilla and berries. The weed also delivers a soaring and feel-good high. Breeders are drawn to this cannabis due to its ability to mature early. All these awesome features make the Wedding Crasher Fem a top-quality weed.
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Genetics Parents: Wedding Cake x Purple Punch
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Flavors: Sweet, Earthy, Grape, Citrus
THC Level: 16-22%
CBD Level: No Data
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
This feminized version of the Wedding Crasher has a similar aroma and flavor profile to the original. It has a distinct grape and skunky aroma that’s blended harmoniously with sweet and light vanilla notes and very subtle hints of earth and fuel. On the exhale, users can immediately smell an almost spicy sensation. When it comes to taste, the strain brings a mildly sweet grape and berry aftertaste with overtones of light vanilla, making it a very enjoyable fruit-flavored weed.
Thanks to the strain’s high THC levels, the effects are said to be potent. In the beginning, it starts with a stimulating effect on the mind, delivering happiness and intense motivation. As a result, it lets users become more focused on their tasks and creative ideas. In addition, it gives users mental clarity and lots of positive energy which tends to make them more sociable and engaged in conversations with family and friends. It is no doubt that the high will be long-lasting due to its potency.
Wedding Crasher Fem is not only used for chilling but it can also be beneficial for a lot of health conditions. This potent strain is an excellent choice for medicinal marijuana users especially when they are combatting several physical and mental health concerns. It is great for alleviating overall body pains such as migraines, muscle tensions, and even inflammation. Due to its uplifting effects, it can help ease symptoms of chronic stress, mood swings, anxiety, and depression. Moreover, it has been proven to help those with appetite loss.
Consuming the Wedding Crasher Fem strain comes with a few adverse reactions. It is usually normal to experience cottonmouth, irritated or red eyes, and parched throat. These are only minor and can be treated easily. Other than that, this weed can provoke the conditions it should treat, like anxiety. When going beyond one’s expected tolerance, the strain can cause uneasiness and paranoia. Also, users have reported experiencing a throbbing headache and dizziness.
When it comes to cultivating the Wedding Crasher Fem, it is relatively easy to grow. Since it is a feminized version, it has a mid-range flowering period of around 9-10 weeks and can generate large resin-covered buds. Another nice quality of this cannabis plant is that although it does not generate super large yields, it does not grow very tall but rather develops sturdy and vigorous branches due to the presence of its Indica genetics. This Indica plant thrives equally well in both an indoor and outdoor environment. To attain healthy nugs, a light-off temperature between 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit should be maintained. Additionally, a lights-on temperature of 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal for its growth. When grown outdoors, it thrives under sunny and warm conditions. Moreover, it requires some space to reach the strain’s full potential. It can be planted in either organic soil or hydroponics, depending on the setup chosen. When the needs of the plants are met, breeders are sure to harvest abundant and healthy yields.