Aloha Limone Strain Review

One of the most deliciously-tasting strains in the market is Aloha Limone. This fruity sativa-dominant strain was conceived by the marriage of a Hawaiian Sunrise and a Nina Limone cross. Expect pure physical and mental high that lasts for a long time. Aloha Limone will improve mood and help you conquer depression and stress. This is a strain lovingly made by Colorado Seed Inc.

Type: Sativa-dominant hybrid, 60% sativa/ 40% indica

Flowering Period: 9 weeks

Climate: Warm

Yield: Moderate

Flavors: Citrus, sweet and earthy

THC Level: 18%

Height: Moderate

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the effects of Aloha Limone?

Aloha Limone will send you to wave upon wave of pure euphoria. This strain will make you energetic and euphoric. Users agree that this strain will make you want to get out and explore nature. You will also find yourself very talkative and creative.

What are the medical benefits of Aloha Limone?

This strain is very useful in the treatment of depression and stress without the need to use drugs and medication that will leave ugly side effects. This strain will reduce pain due to its analgesic effects. You will be able to conquer these conditions when you use this strain regularly.

What are the negative effects that you can expect from Aloha Limone?

Aloha Limone can cause dry eyes and dry mouth due to the effects of THC. You will also experience dizziness and anxiety if this is your first time to use this strain. Side effects could be very overwhelming during the first time you use this but eventually, these effects will subside as you begin to use this strain sativa dominant strain daily.

Tips for Growing Aloha Limone

Aloha Limone is best grown in an environment with a warm climate. When grown outdoors, place this plant in good soil and water it daily. If you plan to cultivate it indoors then you must make sure that your plant has enough room to grow. Give your plants plenty of lighting and good, organic food. Train your plants well and soon you will get to enjoy more yields per harvest.