Marijuana Cuvee Strain Review
|Strain name info:||Cuvee Marijuana Strain
Our Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 / Best known for: sweet and chocolate flavors
|Origin / ancestry||Cuvee Type: Cuvee is 70 % Indica and 30 % Sativa hybrid weed which has as much as 19 percent THC in the plant. Its parents are:
Cuvee is a relaxing Indica dominant strain which is the progeny of the cerebral Space Queen and the intoxicating Pinot Noir.
|Aromas, Flavors||Cuvee has fragrances and aromas which have been described thusly:
|May Relieve||Cuvee is a strain which is well-suited to address stress disorders with it having a strong punch of mental relaxation and muscle healing. It can address nausea, anxiety, and depression.|
18 % to 19 %
|Indoor/Outdoor Yield||Cuvee marijuana trees will produce an indoor yield of about 16 ounces per square meter. Outdoors you can get a yield of 22 ounces per plant.|
|Flowering time||Cuvee weed trees will flower in eight or nine weeks of time.|
|Harvest||The Cuvee strain of weed will be ready for harvesting during the second week of October.|
|Disease resistance||Cuvee is resistant to common pests, mildew, and mold growth.|
|Plant Height||Cuvee is a plant of medium height, between 4 and 6 feet tall.|
|Adverse effects||The Cuvee marijuana will not cause an overdose similar to that of opiates. It has a light potential for addiction and withdrawal. It can cause a grainy dry feel in the eyes and cottonmouth.|
|Growing Difficulty||Cuvee grows easily in a sunny California triangle or light Mediterranean environment.|
Origins, Genetics, History
Cuvee is a 70 % Indica and 30 % Sativa weed hybrid with THC levels that come up to 19 %. This weed will cause a gradual relaxation of the mind and of the body. You will feel a light body high and a relaxed mind focused on pleasure rather than pain and anxiety. Aficionado Seeds and TGA Genetics collaborated to create this strain.
Appearance and Smell
Cuvee plants are of fairly short stature, growing below 30 inches tall. It grows wide and gives a medium yield. The nuggets are light green with dark orange pistils studded throughout. The nugget below has a grainy, earthy appearance. The taste is truly gourmet, hinting of blueberries and tasty chocolate candies. The smell is also fruity, earthy, citrus, spice, and ginger.
How to Grow Cuvee Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings
Growing weed from Cuvee cannabis seeds or cuttings is said to be fairly easy. You can start indoors by setting up a grow tent. The grow tent is then lined with a reflective lining. This will catch the light and focus them back on your leaves. Your little weed seeds or cuttings can be put in a 5-gallon bucket with organic soil and fertilizer like Flower Power. Keep your soil moist but not soggy. Keep your air circulating with a fan and an exhaust and intake system. Your plants will have a loud fragrance so be discreet. As you approach for 7 weeks, you can induce your plants to flower by using a lighting schedule of 12 hours of dark and 12 hours of light. Once your plants’ flower, harvest your bundles and hang them up on a clothesline to dry. You will get about 16 ounces per meter squared of flavorful, potent marijuana trees.
Outside, choose a spot that gets lots of sunlight. Fill with organic soil and keep the soil moist but not soggy. Your plants will flower in the middle of October. Harvest your bundles and hang them to dry. You can store your dried nuggets in darkened mason jars or use a Cannador with CVault technology to perfectly control the humidity. You will get about 22 ounces per plant of sweet, potent trees.
Medicinal Marijuana Review
Cuvee is a 70 percent Indica and 30 percent Sativa, relaxing herb with as much as 19 % THC. It has a negligible amount of CBD. Cuvee can be a great way to quell anxiety disorders.
Anxiety disorders run the gamut from Generalized Anxiety Disorder to social phobia. People with these disorders have symptoms of panic, doom, intense fear, shaking, and nausea among others. This illness can cause great damage to relationships, career prospects, health, and quality of life. People suffering from these illnesses are at increased risk of illicit drug use.
Anxiety disorders may be treated with antidepressants or benzodiazepine medications. Benzodiazepines are known to be addictive. They can also participate in fatal overdoses, especially when combined with alcohol or opioids. Antidepressants used for anxiety can have variable effectiveness and can also have what is called SSRI discontinuation syndrome, presenting with nystagmus, brain zaps, fatigue, and other symptoms. Using Cuvee weed for anxiety can be a great boon for those for whom it is effective. Weed can calm the nerves, deaden the sense of panic and doom associated with anxiety disorders, and even decrease pain sensations.
Weed will cause panic and anxiety in some persons. This is a characteristic it shares with antidepressants used for anxiety disorders. Scientists do not yet know why weed relaxes some people but will cause panic and anxiety in others, but they are studying this effect. If weed helps you to sleep and relax, it is one of the best medications for this indication due to its low abuse and addiction potential compared to benzodiazepines. For anxiety comorbid with chronic pain, using medical marijuana such as the Cuvee strain can help one to treat pain without getting involved with dangerous opioids.
|Vendor: Foster Buds – SE Foster
5522 SE Foster Rd,
Strain name: 5 gram Cuvee Joint
22.58 % THC
0.06 % CBD
$ 4 per joint
|Vendor: Green Goddess Remedies
5435 SW Taylors Ferry Rd.
Strain name: Select Elite 1 gram cartridge-Cuvee
81.8 % THC
1.57 % CBD
$ 45 for one gram
Cuvee is a flavorful, relaxing smoke. The first thing you will notice is an awesome fragrance. This weed is chocolate and tastes like blueberry. Couldn’t be more delicious. This fragrance will fill your mouth, then go straight to the dome. You will be transported to the Land of Grey and Pink, as the Caravan hit goes. You will pick your fill of punk weed and smoke it till you bleed. Being a relaxing strain, this weed will soothe your muscles and calm down any fears you may have been experiencing.
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