For potency, at 27 percent THC, Garden Candy is one of the strongest strains available in the psychoactive department. The CBD level is average at 1 percent, making it unsuitable for serious disorders like seizures.
People note the musky citrus aroma, a smell inherited from its legendary parent, Skunk #1. In appearance, Garden Candy is light green with orange and white trichomes. Some say that the flavor is sweet and a little skunky while others describe it as fruity, menthol, or pine. One judge from the Cannabis Cup said that it truly tasted like candy.
People have reported that Garden Candy offers uplifting, energetic, and cerebral effects. Sativa effects infuse Garden Candy, so recreational users can expect a shot of euphoria, mixed with some pep in their step, and open-minded thought. More experienced users can channel this uplifting, positive energy into focused and productive work – especially of the creative kind.
Garden Candy enjoys a fine reputation for its medical purposes in the cannabis world as well. People rely on it to quell stress and depression while improving appetite. People with anxiety, depression, migraines, chronic pain, and headaches will find relief with this strain as well.
Garden Candy has THC numbers off the chart, according to some testing facilities. Medical and recreational users will both find something to like in the effects, taste, and smell. Canna connoisseurs should like the complex terpene profile. With famous parents and a winner at the Cannabis Cups, Garden Candy is sweet canna-candy for all reasons and seasons.