This sensation is served with a scent of fruits, lemon and pine. Moreover, she can be grown in reduced spaces and, after 55 days of flowering, you'll get top-quality buds.
Critical Mass CBD is an Indica-dominant plant, despite not looking 100 % like a pure Indica. Her morphology is rather special. We could say that she’s a small-sized Sativa. What does this mean? She doesn’t grow much upwards; in fact, she’s a rather mid-sized/short plant. However, she's got an open structure (ample internodes, lots of branches and she expands horizontally). This kind of morphology allows air and light to flow comfortably.
We could classify Critical Mass CBD as a relatively discreet marijuana strain. Not standing out for her height, she's best suited for small places, always remembering she grows rather vigorously sideways, though.
Critical Mass CBD offers a good yield. Despite not being a strain offering the largest yields, she’ll surely produce top-quality results, with flowers growing big and incredibly thick.
Critical Mass CBD showcases very intense and fruity tastes and aromas. We’ll also make out some clear hints of lemon, pine wood and exotic wood.
One of the main reasons why people opt for this strain could be her effect. Why? Because Critical Mass CBD produces a highly balanced effect. Given her 1:1 THC/CBD ratio, this strain doesn’t deliver an uncontrolled psychoactive high. In fact, her cannabidiol levels stop the cerebral effects produced by THC. That’s why she’s perfect for those looking for a ‘controlled’ effect, that is, a physically and cerebrally relaxing effect. She’s not so suitable for users with high tolerance to THC because this strain could be rather gentle for them.
Critical Mass CBD is very easy to grow because she’s not only resistant to moisture but very undemanding as well. By irrigating and fertilizing on a regular basis, and by making sure the lighting conditions are just perfect, high-end results are more than guaranteed. For all those reasons, this strain is suitable for inexperienced growers who don't want to run into problems during their first cultivation.
If you happen to have lots of space and time, you don’t have to make do with a standard yield, though. For doing so in the best possible way, we recommend using the following techniques:
SOG (Sea of Green): given the huge size of the buds produced by this strain, with this technique, you'll be able to obtain many rich flowers. To that end, grow 100 plants in a square metre and focus on the main stem. Trim side branches and focus your efforts on the main cola of each of them. What’s the result? 100 giant and thick buds. That's because all the energy has been concentrated on that sole flower.
SCROG: let’s guide her numerous branches on our whim. With the help of a mesh, we place the branches on a par with each other so that light can reach all buds equally. By opening and guiding the branches, low buds are at the same level as top buds, and so light is more evenly distributed and reaches each and every one of them. What’s the result? We’ll get homogeneous crops, with flowers of the same size and richness.