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The Pink Champagne strain goes by a number of names including Phantom and Raspberry Kush. The lineage of this strain is one that guarantees that Indica enthusiasts will truly love it. The taste will not disappoint at all and the potency is high enough for those people that smoke multiple times per day.
Pink Champagne Strain Genetics
Pink Champagne is an 80/20 Indica-dominant hybrid of Ken’s Granddaddy Purple and Cherry Pie. This is not the strain to smoke in the morning as you will be truly sedated. The strain is perfect to relax with friends as you will likely be quite giggly.
Ken’s Granddaddy Purple has up to 27 percent THC so take your time smoking and let the full effects hit you. Keep some munchies around as you will feel relaxed, hungry, and a bit euphoric. The fruity berry flavors make this a potent way to taste a sweet strain.
Cherry Pie is the perfect example of an Indica-dominant strain with great genetics. The aroma of cherry pie along with the flavor of berries make this strain beautiful. The final kicker is that the strain tops out at around 25 percent THC.
Pink Champagne Strain Yield
Pink Champagne can be grown indoors or outdoors which makes it appealing to a number of growers. Indoors a grower can expect 1 to 2 ounces per square foot. Outdoors a grower can expect a little under a pound or around 400 grams per plant.
Seeds are not going to be easy to find at all but luckily the strain can be grown from cuttings. The ideal temperature for growth is around 70 degrees in a semi-arid environment. Controlling the environment is easier indoors as controlling the humidity/temperature is far easier than outdoors.
Strain yield can be impacted by so many factors that need to be controlled. Indoors these factors can be controlled but it is better to pick a strain that thrives in your local climate growing outdoors. Do the appropriate research on each strain you are preparing to grow as it will directly impact the grow’s yield and potency.
Pink Champagne Strain Flowering Time
Pink Champagne has a flowering phase that lasts 8 to 9 weeks. Cold temperatures can be a great tool at the beginning of flowering as it brings out the beautiful colors of this strain.
Northern California is a great example of where this strain will thrive as it is rather cool and not overly humid. Strains should be ready to harvest for outdoor growers during October.
The appearance of this strain is light green with orange hairs. The hairs might be tough to notice due to the covering of trichomes. There can be a pink/purple hue that when combined with the resin looks as exotic as any other strain on the market.
THC Content Of Pink Champagne
The THC percentage of Pink Champagne is 16 to 23 percent. Beginners might want to opt for 16 percent while experienced smokers can up the game to 23 percent. Weed is all about relief and feeling great which can be tough if you have too much THC that you are not used to.
Understanding your limits in terms of THC is very important. A first-time smoker shouldn’t be trying the strongest strains on the market and definitely shouldn’t be delving into the unholy world of dabs.
Calming down if you have gotten too high is very important so take solace knowing you might feel like you are going to die but definitely will not.
Flavor And Aroma Of The Pink Champagne Strain
The flavor of Pink Champagne is of berries, grapes, and other fruits. The aroma of is of berry but there is a pungent dank smell also associated. The strain has a terpene profile comprised of Limonene, Humulene, Pinene, and Caryophyllene.
Limonene can help give a person a burst of energy. The terpene has also had positive impacts on stress and anxiety. Strains that are high in this terpene are Tangie and Purple Punch.
Humulene has a fruity taste which so many consumers love. The ability to calm the mind and body makes this prevalent in Indicas. Strains that are high in this terpene include Cannalope Haze and Kushberry.
Pinene is found in a number of plants and can help relieve pain, anxiety, and stress. Strains that contain this terpene are Strawberry OG and Gary Payton.
Caryophyllene has the ability to reduce pain almost immediately. The terpene is characterized by a spicy taste which is akin to black pepper.
Medical Conditions This Strain Can Help
Marijuana has been and will be used to help people in a medical way which will continue. There are a number of conditions that respond better to THC and CBD than other medications. Pink Champagne can help with the following medical conditions:
- Chronic Pain
- Muscle Spasms
The CBD levels in Pink Champagne are nothing to brag about but as you can see it still has medical benefits. Checking out a terpene and cannabinoid profile can allow you to know which strains can bring you relief.
Pink Champagne Strain Price
Pink Champagne strain price is on average $10-$12 a gram, $45-$50 an 1/8th ounce, $90-$100 a 1/4 oz, and $180-$215 a 1/2 ounce.
Final Thoughts On The Pink Champagne Strain
Pink Champagne weed strain is a strain that people that are Indica-enthusiasts will truly enjoy. Dealing with medical conditions like that of insomnia can truly improve the quality of life of the consumer. Finding seeds will be difficult but clippings are available with this strain that can be easy to grow.
Growing marijuana can be a skill that you can develop over the years. Learning all you can about the growing process will be far easier with the assistance of a professional or experienced grower. Gaining employment in the cannabis industry will be far better if you have examples of quality marijuana you have grown.
CTU has quality marijuana growing classes that will take you through every phase of growing. Our faculty has years of experience in all areas of the industry so the knowledge offered is high quality. We are here to help you with all of your growing goals.