Canna-Tsu Strain

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About Canna-Tsu

50% sativa | 50% indica

Although her breeders have yet to be named, Canna-Tsu is building her own reputation as an incredible hybrid that's full of benefits. A combination of Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami, this strain is quite popular along the West Coast. Both medical and recreational users rave about her blend of effects, making Canna-Tsu a hot commodity.

THC levels aren't crazy high here, but that's probably one of her strongest selling points as users of all experience levels can enjoy her with ease. Hitting a high of 11%, her CBD content is roughly the same. Buds can be fairly dense with wiry orange pistils and a very light coating of white trichomes that tops off the look. Flavors and aromas are lovely with Canna-Tsu, as citrus, earth, pine, and a creamy note nearly make your nostrils tingle.

Canna-Tsu isn't overly sedative but does tend to impart just enough relaxation to make everyday woes a little bit easier. Full body relaxation awaits along with a smile that you just can't wipe off your face. The cerebral boost this strain imparts, although much smaller than others, is enough to keep you focused on your tasks and happy enough to make a new friend or two. Happy go lucky is the name of the game with Canna-Tsu.

Medical patients turn to Canna-Tsu for her ability to soothe most issues while still offering a bit of psychoactivity just for fun. Most notable is this strain's potential when it comes to pain, including mild headaches and cramps, along with more severe concerns like muscle spasms. Mental ailments are also no match for Canna-Tsu's positive outlook on life, kicking stress, depression, and anxiety to the curb. For patients who need to be functional throughout the day, this strain offers the best of all worlds - serious relief without being stoned out of your mind.

Home growers who feel like they just have to have Canna-Tsu in their lives will be pleased to know that she's a strain that's easy to grow and manage even for newbies. Plants are highly resistant to mold and mildew and tend to stay pretty small and wide. Both indoor and outdoor growth are just fine, as it's a strain that tends to be fairly robust in most conditions. After 9 to 10 weeks of flowering time, cultivators will be rewarded with a large yield.

When you're looking for the best of all worlds, Canna-Tsu is your go-to. Offering significant medical relief along with just enough psychoactive effects to improve your day, it's the one thing you should implement into your morning routine. Found fairly easily across the United States, it has the potential to become a strain that you always have to have in your personal stash.

Growing Information

This strain is ready for harvest in 9-10 weeks.

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Canna-Tsu Effects:

  • Sedated
  • Relaxed
  • Uplifted
  • Happy
  • Focused
  • Euphoric

Canna-Tsu Use:

  • Anxiety
  • Migraines
  • Pain
  • ADHD
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Insomnia

Canna-Tsu Flavor:

  • Earthy
  • Flowery
  • Woody
  • Sweet
  • Citrus

Canna-Tsu Side Effects:

  • Dry mouth
  • Headache
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
  • Anxiety

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It's about 8%.
It's about 11%.
It's a hybrid strain.
Canna-Tsu is a 50/50 hybrid strain.
This strain is ready for harvest in 9-10 weeks.
Some strongest effects are being sedated, relaxed and uplifted.
Some have experienced dry mouth, headache and dry eyes.
It's very useful for anxiety, migraines and pain.
It has earthy, flowery and woody flavors.