Candy Cream

Seedsman Candy Cream is a cannabis plant created from a cross between Blue Black, Maple Leaf Indica and White Rhino, three varieties of great reputation. The result is an Indica dominant hybrid with a branchy structure in which the main tip protrudes over the lower branches.

Candy Cream is a variety easy to cultivate suitable for both novice and professional growers. It adapts well to all cultivation methods and techniques, the seed bank highlights indoor gardening to obtain the best results with a yield of up to 400-600g per m2, with the harvest ready after 9 weeks of flowering.

Cultivated outdoors, it develops like an Indica variety. It produces a plant with long secondary branches loaded with long colas of buds covering the whole plant. It produces a yield of up to 400-600g per plant, or even more, depending on the final plant size which usually does not exceed 1.5m high.

Candy Cream produces aromas and flavours with an exceptional candy sweet taste with earthy notes. They are highly appreciated by Afghan Indica cannabis plants lovers.

This 90% Indica dominant hybrid delivers a powerful relaxing effect, both at the mental and at the body level. It has an important CBD content which makes it an ideal variety to relax and for therapeutic use such as fighting insomnia, among other health benefits.

Seedsman Candy Cream info:

  • Type: Feminised cannabis seed
  • Genetics: Blue Black x Maple Leaf Indica x White Rhino
  • 90/10 Indica – Sativa hybrid
  • Indoor flowering: 9 weeks
  • Outdoor harvest: Early October
  • Indoor yield: 400-600g per m2
  • Outdoor yield: 400-600g per plant
  • THC: High
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1 Seed9.99€ Add to cart
3 Seeds13.82€ Add to cart
5 Seeds21.69€ Add to cart
10 Seeds36.78€ Add to cart



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