Strains - Sativa

Sativa

Candyland Strain

24% THC 1% CBD

This lively sativa is the perfect addition to your next social gathering. Tasty and friendly, pick up Candyland when you’re ready for some playful daytime shenanigans.


Moods

Creative, Energetic, Euphoria, Happy, Pain Relief, Relaxed, Social, Uplifting

Remedies

ADD/ADHD, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Pain, Stress

Flavors

Berry, Earthy, Honey, Pungent, Sweet, Vanilla

Candyland is a powerful yet mellow Sativa from the Cookies family. Though this flower has Granddaddy Purple in its heritage, the effects are predominantly Sativa. This means plenty of mental energy, creativity, and euphoric happiness. If you’re searching for an upbeat and friendly mood, Candyland is the perfect partner. And as many may have guessed, Candyland has a lovely sweet flavor. Pair this strain with herbs and spices like lavender, coriander, cinnamon, and nutmeg. This is a great choice for baked goods featuring cooked fruit like blueberries, blackberries, and cherries.

 

Candyland Experience

Candyland is a playful cross between Granddaddy Purple (GDP) and Platinum Girl Scout Cookies. Though this strain has some serious indica genetics, Candyland is about 75% Sativa.

Looking at the parents alone, the strong Sativa effects are a little surprising. GDP is a well-known sedative strain, while Platinum Cookies is a reputable and heavy-hitting hybrid.

With up to 24% THC, Candyland is very psychoactive. In fact, if you have access to dispensaries, this is usually one of the most potent strains on the shelf. Experience with cannabis is recommended. Otherwise, you may find yourself feeling a little dizzy or anxious.

Candyland features a beautiful bouquet of colors. It has inherited deep purple hues from Granddaddy Purple, plus ample sprinkles of fiery orange and sage green.

As the name suggests, the aroma of this strain is nice and sweet. Hints of berry, honey, and vanilla add warmth, yet there is plenty of earth and pungency in there as well

Traits of Candyland and Candyland Seeds

This strain was originally bred by legendary Bay Area grower Ken Estes. An award-winning strain, Candyland took home a gold medal at KushCon back in 2012.

Much like its forefather Granddaddy Purple, Candyland’s green leaves are brushed with purple streaks. This beautiful bouquet of colors is complemented by fiery orange pistils and layer of golden crystals that cover the buds like a dusting of brown sugar.

Living up to its name, this herb offers sweet aromas and flavors. Marijuana enthusiasts will detect notes of honey and vanilla. Real connoisseurs will pick up on the real pungency and berry aromas of this playful Sativa. There is an earthy undertone to this strain, with a few hints of spice that help to balance its sweeter leanings.

Why do people use Candyland?

Not only will Candyland make a board game party a little more interesting, but this friendly strain adds humor and fun to any social occasion.

Unlike other speedy Sativas, Candyland is best saved for the afternoon. It does have energizing and uplifting effects, but it doesn’t provide quite the get-up-and-go that a pure Sativa would.

Medical consumers often pick up this strain for fatigue and depression. Those with ADD/ADHD also report positive, focused effects from Candyland.

However, this strain’s true power may lie in its ability to seriously knock out headaches and migraines. The high THC content may be beneficial for those suffering from neuropathic pain

Medical Benefits of Candyland

Thanks to its higher than average THC content, this Sativa could be a good option for medical marijuana patients who require greater potency for their ailments.

  • Medical consumers tend to use Candyland to fight fatigue and depression. If a low mood is zapping your energy, this sweet flower might help you recover.
  • Others use this strain to fight headaches.
  • Thanks to some Indica heritage courtesy of Granddaddy Purple, the pain-fighting effects of this strain are more pronounced than your average Sativa.
  • Candyland’s creative boost may also be helpful to those with ADD/ADHD.

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