Lava Cake: A Moreish Dessert Strain
You can expect to thoroughly enjoy smoking or vaping Lava Cake, especially if you're into strains with a sugary vibe. It's an indica-dominant cultivar, with 30% of sativa in its genetic makeup. Created by marrying well-known and loved Thin Mint Girls Scout Cookies and Grape Pie, Lava Cake is not only potent, but also full of sweet, delicious flavours reminiscent of its parent strains. Add 22% THC to the mix, and you know you're in for a cannabis feast for the body, mind and senses.
Aromas, Flavours and Effects of Lava Cake: Sweet Relaxation
Those who had the pleasure of trying Lava Cake report that the strain is true to its name and delivers a flavoursome experience. It combines sweet, sugary aromas of cake and cookies with earthy and spicy notes. Some smokers have noted hints of chocolate on the palate, so Lava Cake will definitely appeal to all cannabis fans with a sweet tooth. When it comes to effects, this cultivar eases both the body and the mind, helping users to kick back and relax. It will be the perfect choice for times when you want to forget about your worries or would simply like to clear your mind and take your body on an enjoyable trip.
Growing Lava Cake: Bushy, Productive Plants
Lava Cake produces plants that are quite dense and bushy. They will thrive outdoors, where the sunshine can reach even the thickest of foliages. That said, they also grow well indoors and could benefit from some training. Prepare for bountiful harvests and dense flowers with a nice layer of resin. In controlled environments, Lava Cake can deliver more than 350g/m², and an attentive, experienced grower can even harvest about 500g/m². Outdoors you can expect 400–500g, ready at the beginning of October.
Grow your own Lava Cake
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- 8-9 weeks
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