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The Tropical Punch strain is one that reminds a number of stoners of how great a potent strain can taste. The fact that it is named after a very popular drink consumed after smoking just adds to the appealing nature of the strain. The strain is going to hit you immediately unlike some other strains that have a high that builds. 

Checking the potency of any cannabis product that you purchase is imperative. You do not want to smoke a strain that is so potent that you are uncomfortable. The following will dig into information on Tropical Punch’s effects, growing tips, and other details you should know about the strain. 

Tropical Punch Strain Genetics

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Is Tropical Punch strain an Indica or Sativa?

Tropical Punch is a 60/40 Sativa-dominant hybrid of Skunk, Haze, and Northern Lights. The strain will erase your mind of negative feelings and thoughts. You will find this to be a social strain that also allows an individual’s body to feel relaxed. 

Skunk or Skunk #1 has been around for decades with the strain being bred in Holland originally. You can expect a great relaxing high in this Indica-dominant hybrid. The strain can help treat anxiety and loss of appetite in a consumer. 

Haze will put you in a haze where you find it difficult to focus or gather your thoughts. The strain can have up to 23 percent THC and it sports a taste of citrus. You might even feel a burst of creativity after consuming this classic strain. 

Northern Lights is a pure Indica that will leave you relaxed to the point of being sedated. The strain is one of the most famous and popular strains of all time. The strain can help people that suffer from anxiety, insomnia, and pain. 

Tropical Punch Pot Strain Yield

Tropical Punch can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoors you can expect 400 grams per square meter. Outdoors you can expect up to 20 ounces or around 550 grams. 

Tropical Punch can be a great strain to grow as it doesn’t get too tall at around 60 inches per plant. The strain will require some experience to grow at a high level. Research online as this can allow you to find growing tips that are specific to Tropical Punch. 

The yield is healthy which is always encouraging for new growers. A few mistakes can drive down potency and yield which can wipe out a harvest if growing a strain that only yields 6 ounces per plant. 

Flowering Phase Of The Tropical Punch Strain

The flowering phase of Tropical Punch is 8 to 9 weeks. The nugs are going to be bright green and relatively small. The buds are covered with orange hairs and amber trichomes. 

Growing indoors can allow you to put strains that thrive under similar conditions in the same grow tent. There are strains that thrive under humid conditions while with others, humidity can cost mold. Strains that are similar in terms of growing to Tropical Punch are Alien Bubba and Candy Jack

THC Content Of The Tropical Punch Marijuana Strain

Tropical Punch is quite potent with 18 to 25 percent THC. This is one of those strains that can almost immediately turn your mood around after a single toke. 

Flavor And Aroma Of Tropical Punch

There are flavors of pineapple, skunk, and flowers in Tropical Punch. The aroma is flowery with a few earthy notes. The terpenes present in this strain are Carene, Valencene, and Limonene. 

Carene has a flavor of cedar as it is found in a number of plants. The terpene can help reduce inflammation and even treat conditions like insomnia. Strains that contain this terpene are Fruity Pebbles and Blue Dream. 

Valencene is a rare terpene that has the flavor and aroma of Valencia oranges. You can expect this terpene to reduce inflammation and boost your mental functions. Two famous strains that contain this terpene are Mimosa and Ice Cream Cake. 

Limonene will have a noticeable flavor of lemons. The terpene can treat depression, anxiety, and inflammation. Mango Tango and White Runtz are two delicious strains that contain Limonene. 

Tropical Punch Weed Strain Seeds

Chosen Seeds and G13 Labs both have feminized seeds of Tropical Punch available. The truth about seed banks that they might not tell you is that receiving seeds in the mail is illegal.

There is no reason that you should have to rely on a seed bank if you live in a place where marijuana is legal.

Price Of Tropical Punch Marijuana

Tropical Punch is going to be very reasonable in terms of price. You can expect to pay around $25 for 1/8th of an ounce. The full oz. is going to cost around $170 to $180.

Stretching your weed budget is about shopping around as some dispensaries have sales so you can stock up. Checking online to see the inventory of a dispensary can allow you to compare prices. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that just because a product is expensive means that it is more potent or of higher quality. 

Medical Conditions This Strain Can Help

Marijuana and the cannabinoids it contains interact within cells in the body. Maintaining homeostasis is so important and cannabis can help with this. Tropical Punch can help with the following medical conditions:

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The CBD content is low in Tropical Punch but it does have a great terpene profile. Finding relief through using marijuana is something that can change the way you medicate yourself. 

Final Thoughts On The Tropical Punch Weed Strain 

Tropical Punch is a strain that you might want to add to your weekly smoking routine. Finding strains that you truly enjoy might take some time as the effects of strains have a wide range. Growing the strain might be better done by experienced cultivators as it can present a few challenges. 

Tropical Punch is a strain that is named after a delicious drink. What is your favorite strain named after a drink? White Russian is a strain that comes to mind that so many consumers rave about. 

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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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