The Capleton strain is the result of crossing the White Widow with the Grateful Dawg strain. The result is an extremely resinous sativa dominant strain. It has a relatively high THC level of up to 23% and is not recommended for beginners. The Capleton nugs are dark, dusty green in color with dark amber hairs, crystal trichomes, and thick sticky layer of resin.
Flavor and Effects of Capleton
The Capleton hybrid’s nugs have an earthy aroma with a skunky and sweet undertone. Upon combustion, it reeks with a heavy diesel stench. The strain’s high is fast-hitting. Users will feel a hard punch of lifted euphoria straight to the head. The effect is a jubilant mood, along with increased creativity and ambition. Focus is there, but this wavers in and out while the user is high.
What are the Medicinal Benefits of Capleton
The Capleton strain consistently tests at 23% THC levels. This offers users a long-lasting effect when used to treat arthritis and chronic pain. It is also perfect for patients suffering from nausea, migraines, and headaches.
Negative Effects of Capleton
As the strain’s high hits users fast, this may result in dizziness and a slight increase in the levels of anxiety especially among beginners or when consumed in high dosage. Smokers will also most likely suffer from dry eyes and itchy, dry throat with this heavy strain.
The Capleton strain is a hybrid that is recommended to be cultivated in a controlled indoor setting. But it also grows fairly well in outdoor settings as it is fairly resistant to diseases and molds. It is estimated to have an average flowering time of around 9 weeks, and when provided with the right amount of nutrients, growers can enjoy beyond average yield.