Created by Devil’s Harvest Seeds, Fallen Angel hails from the lineage of between a Kuchi male and Shoreline female. It gives off an earthy and herbal scent with a fuel overtone accented by sage and pine as the nugs are burned. The plant grows colorful flowers. Its buds have dense, heavy olive green nugs with purple undertones, rich amber hairs, and a blanket of translucent frosty crystal trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel unique sweet apple floral flavor with notable hints of sage on each exhale.
Its mellow cerebral high fills your mind with euphoria and happiness. You will feel uplifted and hungry. A tingling sensation sets in, and you end up in complete body relaxation with tendencies of couch lock (depending on the usage). Fallen Angel is ideally used in the evening or night-time.
Medical Benefits of Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel is a perfect analgesic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster. Its potent indica and light sativa effects greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from depression, headaches, hyperactivity, loss of appetite, and migraines.
Negative Effects of Fallen Angel.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Fallen Angel comes with side effects such as parched mouth and dry eyes. As a remedy, hydration is needed. Downing on a few glasses of water than the usual will taper down the reactions. A good eye moisturizer drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated eyes.
You may experience greening out with Fallen Angel. Dizziness, along with anxiety, may happen in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a beginner to cannabis.
Growing Fallen Angel
Growers can choose to grow this marijuana plant indoors or outdoors. It loves sunlight and a warm climate. A good strain for those just starting out, it should be kept in its vegetating stage for at least four to six weeks as plants of this strain tend to double in height. Despite indica leaning, it has a relatively high calyx-to-leaf ratio, making the trimming for this plant less time-consuming.
Indoors, its flowering stage begins on the seventh week. It gives a yield of 12 to 16 ounces per square meter. You can use hydroponics combined with Sea of Green to increase yield production. Outdoors, plant it in a spacious area where it can grow freely. Its pungent odor may also be offensive to others, so choose an area far away from people. It starts to flourish mid-September and can produce at the very least 16 ounces of buds.