A gold medalist of the 2012 KushCon in Denver, Candyland is a sativa cannabis strain that has long golden and red pistils interwoven through its thick sugar-like glaze of trichomes. The leaves of this strain are various shades of deep green, similar to a camo scheme, and it has a sweet and spicy scent and taste with earthy undertones.
Candyland is created through a cross between the indica Grand Daddy Purple and hybrid Platinum GSC. This strain was first cultivated by Ken Estes in the San Francisco Bay Area in California.
On average, Candyland contains around 14% THC but can reach up to 19%. Users have described the high of this strain as mentally stimulating, making it great for social events or creative activities. It is most effective when the user keeps their mind active, engaging in active thinking and staying connected to the outside world.
It’s worth mentioning that Candyland has the potential to induce anxiety or paranoia, especially in inexperienced users who allow their thoughts to become introspective and negative.
If you are considering growing Candyland, it is important to provide support for its stems once flowering begins as the buds can weigh down the thin and tall stalks.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 14-19%
– CBD: 1%
Terpene Lab Data:
– Beta Caryophyllene: 0.43%
– Limonene: 0.18%
– Linalool: 0.17%
– Alpha Humulene: 0.11%
– Alpha Pinene: 0.06%
– Beta Myrcene: 0.05%
– Terpinolene: 0.03%
My Review of the Candyland Strain:
As I took my first hit of Candyland, a sweet rush of euphoria washed over me, transporting me to a dreamlike land of sugary delights. The vibrant forest of trichome-covered buds tantalized my senses with its tropical aroma, reminiscent of ripe mangoes and tangy citrus. The smoke glided effortlessly down my throat, leaving behind a creamy aftertaste that was both soothing and delicious. My mind soared through a euphoric haze as waves of creativity and happiness washed over me, making even the most mundane tasks a whimsical adventure. With its potent yet balanced effects, Candyland is truly a delightful strain worthy of its name.