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The Tiramisu strain is one that delivers on potency and flavor much like the dessert it is named after. The progress made in marijuana genetics in the last decade has been nothing short of incredible. The ability to work with other cultivators in a legal manner has a lot to do with this. 

Below is what you will have to know about the Tiramisu strain.

Tiramisu Strain Genetics

Is Tiramisu strain an Indica or Sativa?

Tiramisu is an Indica-dominant hybrid of OG Kush Breath and Animal Cookies. Clear your schedule for the night with this strain as you will fall asleep if you take too many tokes. You will have a tough time focusing but this will be fine as you will be in a state of euphoria. 

OG Kush Breath is a THC juggernaut with close to 30 percent THC. You can expect full sedation from this strain so you should reserve it for the end of the night. Insomnia and chronic pain can be relieved to a point with this strain. 

Animal Cookies is a GSC hybrid that sports up to 27 percent THC. You are going to be unfocused yet giggle so putting something comedic on TV might be your best bet. This is a strain you should smoke if you have had an extremely stressful day. 

Tiramisu Weed Strain Yield

Tiramisu can be grown indoors or outdoors. You can expect up to 400 grams per plant outdoors. Indoors you will see a yield in relation to the space you have to grow at around 1 ounce per square foot. 

Take your time when it comes to selecting strains that you are going to grow outdoors. Indoor grows can be controlled in terms of the environment when it comes to factors like temperature or light exposure. Find a strain that was originally bred in your area as this can be a good way to select one that will grow well in your climate. 

Tiramisu Pot Strain Flowering Time

The flowering phase of Tiramisu is going to last 8 to 9 weeks. The buds are going to be deep green with yellow hairs along with a huge covering of trichomes. The resin on each bud is no surprise at all as this is an extremely potent strain which will be discussed below. 

Growing weed is not something you should do unless you are going to give full effort. There are some strains that are far easier to grow than others though. Autoflowering seeds require light and water then to be left alone until they have completed the flowering phase. 

THC Content Of The Tiramisu Strain

cannabis buds in a glass jar, tiramisu strain

The potency of Tiramisu is going to top out at around 29 percent THC. The strain is going to leave you a bit sleepy so reserve this strain for the end of the day. Expect to be sedated so do not consider this strain one that is ideal for a wake and bake session.

Figuring out tolerance is something that you have to do whether you prefer smoking or eating cannabis products. Edibles are very important to dose carefully as you could be extremely high for hours on end. You should allow an edible to hit your fully before taking more as it can take up to 2 hours for effects to hit you completely. 

Flavor And Aroma Of Tiramisu Marijuana

The flavor of this strain is of creamy chocolate. The aroma of Tiramisu is chocolate and pungent. The terpenes in this strain are Caryophyllene, Humulene, and Eucalyptol.

Caryophyllene has a spicy taste and has been known to almost instantly decrease pain levels. You might also see a decrease in inflammation. Garlic Cookies and Mimosa are two strains that contain this powerful terpene. 

Humulene can allow you to destress by calming your mind and body. Expect a bit of a spicy taste from this terp. Gushers and Jack Frost are two very popular strains with Humulene. 

Eucalyptol can improve lung functions and even decrease inflammation. Strains that contain this common terpene are Taffie and Cream Caramel. 

Price Of Tiramisu Weed

Tiramisu is going to be relatively expensive per gram. The strain becomes more affordable when you consider how potent it is. For 1/8th of an ounce, you will be paying anywhere from $50 to $55. The full oz. will cost $380 to $400. 

Prices are going to fluctuate according to local and state tax laws. Purchasing your weed in bulk can be a good option if you smoke daily but have a limited budget. Shopping around for sales at dispensaries can be a very fruitful venture at times. 

Tiramisu Weed Seeds

Linda Seeds and Stealthy Seeds both carry Tiramisu feminized marijuana seeds. You need to note that you cannot legally have seeds mailed to you.

Heading to a dispensary is likely your best option to find seeds. Clippings from healthy plants can be a luxury that you will find very convenient to grow. 

Medical Conditions Tiramisu Can Help

Medical marijuana is not something that you should underestimate when you are suffering. Finding relief through marijuana is possible for a number of medical ailments. Tiramisu can help with the following medical conditions:

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  • Chronic Pain
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle Spasms

The CBD content of Tiramisu tops out at around 1 percent. This is not a great strain for certain severe conditions like that of fibromyalgia or seizure disorders. Take the time to figure out which cannabinoid or terpene brings you the most relief. 

Final Words On The Tiramisu Marijuana Strain

Finding Tiramisu is something you might have to watch out for. The demand for this strain due to its flavor and potency will continue to grow. Growing this strain is possible if you manage to find these seeds from a reliable source. 

Tiramisu is one of many strains named after a favorite after-dinner dessert. What is a strain you have tried recently? Wedding Cake is a strain that this author recommends. 

Gavin Kushman. Cannabis strain writer in a cannabis garden
Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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