Bred by 710 Savant, Faygo Red Pop is named after a well-known Michigan soda. It gained recognition when it won 1st place in the 2015 High Times Michigan Cannabis Cup as live resin. It is an Afghani cross between an undisclosed strain. A scent that is very spicy, with fruity citrus is emitted by Faygo Red Pop. This is accented by sweet earth as the nugs are broken apart and burned. The plant blooms with large rosy calyxes and oversized lumpy forest green nugs. These green nugs have profuse orange hairs and a dense blanket of chunky white trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Faygo Red Pop
Faygo Red Pop is a delectable taste of sweet apples with hints of earthy berry, and blueberry lingers after you finish smoking.
Its cerebral and body high kicks in delivering euphoria, happiness, creativity, giggles and total mind-body relaxation that leaves you sedated. Faygo Red Pop is a perfect evening or night-time cannabis.
Medical Benefits of Faygo Red Pop
Faygo Red Pop is an effective remedy for anorexia, anxiety, asthma, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, eye pressure, headaches, hypertension, inflammation, muscle spasms, and stress. It acts as an analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and muscle relaxant.
Negative Effects of Faygo Red Pop.
Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects manifested from Faygo Red Pop. As an easy remedy, ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will diminish the negative reactions.
Rarely, greening out may also occur. This is characterized by anxiety, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia. This is due to the overconsumption of the strain. As prevention, moderation is advised.
Growing Faygo Red Pop
Faygo Red Pop grows both indoors and outdoors. It is bushy and sturdy in appearance. Constant pruning is required to allow enough light and air circulation. It can withstand wind and sudden weather changes. It has high resistance against mold, mildew, and bud rot.
Indoors, its flowering period starts at 7 to 9 weeks. Each square meter can yield a heavy amount of 10 to 12 ounces of fresh buds. Outdoors, harvest comes between the last weeks of September until the second or third week of October. As soon as it’s developed properly, it yields 12 ounces of buds per plant.