|Flowering time||Medium (9 – 11 weeks)|
|THC level||Low (5-7%)|
|CBD level||High (10-12%)|
|Yield||Medium (1,5-2 oz./ft²)|
|Cultivate||Indoors & Outdoors|
|Genotype||50% Indica / 50% Sativa / 0% Ruderalis|
Without Cannatonic seeds, CBD might not have gone mainstream. Yes, we realize that’s a daring statement, but Cannatonic is a pretty influential strain. Heck, it’s hard to know whether the breeders at Resin Seeds knew just how groundbreaking Cannatonic would be once they successfully crossed MK Ultra and G13 Haze. After placing for the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2008, this woodsy hybrid drew international attention to CBD’s medicinal potential. With CBD levels as high as 15 percent, Cannatonic is a fantastic choice for home growers who want a relaxing smoke without feeling super stoned.
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Although Cannatonic is a great strain for first-time smokers, it’s not the best strain for beginner cultivators. You should have experience cultivating a few easier indicas before planting your first Cannatonic seeds.
Unfortunately, Cannatonic seeds aren’t naturally mold-resistant. You will need to keep a vigilant eye on this strain, especially when the flowering time rolls around. Home-growers should also be familiar with low-intensity training and pruning to get the highest yields from their marijuana seeds.
Since Cannatonic is so prone to mold, it’s far easier to grow indoors so you could control the humidity and airflow. Only grow Cannatonic seeds outdoors if you live in a reliably dry & sunny Mediterranean zone.
On average, it takes between 9 – 11 weeks for Cannatonic seeds to reach the harvesting stage. If you grew your seeds indoors, you could receive about 1.7 ounces per ft² of buds when all’s said and done.
CHARACTER & FLAVOR
The Cannatonic strain is a relatively short plant that rarely climbs higher than 3 feet. In terms of color, Cannatonic buds usually have a brownish-green tint with a few light red pistils.
Smokers who love woodsy flavors like fresh pine will dig Cannatonic’s earthy aromatics. Cannatonic also frequently has traces of the terpene limonene, which adds complex citrusy notes to your smoke.
>As one of the world’s most prominent high CBD strains, Cannatonic is prevalent in the medical marijuana community. Just a few of the most common reasons people use Cannatonic include migraines, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, and depression.
Dry mouth is the most common side effect reported with Cannatonic. Be sure to keep a bottle of water nearby, especially if it’s your first time trying this strain.