Papaya is an Indica dominant strain with a massive THC count of 20-25%. This is a classic strain that can commonly found in many medical dispensaries along the East Coast. Papaya is a creeper, meaning that the effects of the strain take a while to kick in, but when it hits Papaya hits hard. This can often make these types of marijuana strains a little bit dangerous because people smoke more of these potent strains and then it hits them all at once. But the worst that can happen is that the user will fall into a deep and restorative sleep. Papaya has some slight cerebral effects, being only 80% Indica dominant as opposed to a pure Indica. Papaya is bred by Nirvana Seeds and given its powerful Indica effects it is best taken in the evening as it is not a suitable strain for getting jobs done. This strain has a very short flowering time and is best suited to outdoor growth in order to generate high yields. For the best aroma and flavor Papaya should be grown outdoors. Papaya is a short, small and thin strain and is a cross between Citral 13 and Ice 2.
Why do Patients Use Papaya?
If you are looking for something to relax your mind and body, Papaya is the medical strain for you. It acts as a distinctive calming agent and possesses strong couch-locking properties. This powerful medical marijuana strain is a one-stop solution for anxiety, cramps, hyperactivity, inattentiveness, inflammation, lack of appetite, migraines and muscle spasms. Its main strength does lie in its capacity to alleviate pain and insomnia due to its heavy Indica effects. Given its strength and the fact that it is a creeper, it is not suitable for first-time marijuana users.
Medical Uses of Papaya
Side-Effects of Papaya
Information about Papaya
80% Indica 20% Sativa
A cross between Citral 13 and Ice 2.
Papaya has a rating of 9.0 on the stoned meter.
Papaya has a massive THC range between 20-25%.
Short Flowering time between 6-8 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Grows in all environments, but for best results needs to be grown outdoors.
Papaya generates an incredibly high yield outdoors of over 700 grams per square meter. Unfortunately, it only generates around 200 grams per square meter indoors.
Papaya is an easy strain to cultivate suitable for novices.
Papaya needs quite a lot of nutrients and water so be sure to feed her regularly.