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Candy Cane is a predominantly indica (70% indica/30% sativa) hybrid strain created through cannabis, a three-way cross of the cult favorite cannabis strains AK-47 X Mango X White Widow. With a moderately high THC level ranging between 15-20% and a smooth blend of indica and sativa effects, It is a perfect strain for both novice and experienced users.
Candy offers the user an energetic and elevated euphoric experience similar to being on a sugar rush like its candy counterpart. You’ll feel endless waves of optimistic energy flowing through your entire body.
Although it sounds like a rare flower that only flowers in the morning, Early Miss is a Colorado cannabis candy cane born for early mechanical flowering. Early Miss is the brainchild of Crop King Seeds and is a cross between two heavy hitters: the notoriously resinous White Widow and the high-yielding Big Bud.
What Is The Story Behind Sugar Cane?
“Legend has it that candy cane cannabis strain dates back to 1670 when the choirmaster of Cologne Cathedral in Germany distributed sugar sticks to his young singers to silence them during the Living Nativity Ceremony,” says Schildhaus. “In honor of the occasion, he folded the sweets into shepherd’s crooks and Tangie Dank Vape.
So, this incredibly high cerebral effect is lightly anchored by a warm body buzz that relaxes your body, leaving you completely pain-free. Due to these intense effects, candy cane striping on cannabis is ideal for treating fatigue, insomnia, and migraines. Reminiscent of candy cane cannabis seeds.
This bud has a Gummy Candy enticing sweet mint aroma with a hint of berry spice and a lovely minty berry flavor that turns spicy yet delicious on the exhale. But these buds have long, dense pepper-shaped buds that are neon green with patches of mint green and a thin frosty coating of white trichomes.
What Is The Lore Of The Candy Cane?
Legend has it that in 1670, the choirmaster of the Cologne Cathedral in Germany handed out sticks of sugar to his young singers to keep them quiet during the extended Living Creche ceremony. In honor of the occasion, he folded the sweets into shepherd’s crooks.
How Do You Eat Cane Candy?
The survey showed that 57% of the people surveyed eat the straight end of the cane first, the most popular strategy, while 27% start with the curved end, and only 16% of the participants break the cane into pieces.