Bred by Colorado Seed Inc., it is a cross between Gupta Kush and Hawaiian Sunrise. It is dubbed as beach chair weed because of its capacity to put the user in a laid-back mood.
Flavor and Effects of Hibiscus Sunrise
Hibiscus Sunrise is a flavorful mix of citrus, flowers, and herbs. As you exhale, an earthy aftertaste lingers in the mouth for hours.
Hibiscus Sunrise brings a delightful euphoria, happiness, uplifted mood, tingling sensations, and giggles to its users. It releases muscle tension, and complete relaxation follows. It clears the mind and relaxes the body, less the couch lock. Moreover, it encourages increase inactivity. The reason this strain is best for daytime and afternoon use.
Medical Benefits of Hibiscus Sunrise
Medically speaking, Hibiscus Sunrise helps treat patients who suffer from pain, stress, anxiety, fatigue, depression, and insomnia. It has an analgesic, mood-lifting, energy-boosting, and sedative properties that help in managing the mentioned conditions.
Negative Effects of Hibiscus Sunrise.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Hibiscus Sunrise manifests slight dehydration. Dry mouth is common. To remedy this, hydration is needed. An increase in water intake will help solve this. Instances of mild anxiety may also occur as a result of overconsumption. Still, moderation is the key to avoid it.
Growing Hibiscus Sunrise
Hibiscus Sunrise loves a Mediterranean climate. It loves sunlight. The plant thrives both indoors and outdoors. It grows tall and sturdy. Thus, the Screen of Green is recommended for even lateral growth. You can also top or remove the top colas to enhance harvest.
The flowering time for Hibiscus Sunrise indoors is 8 to 9 weeks. A harvest of 10 ounces of fresh buds per square meter s expected. Meanwhile, outdoor harvest comes around the last weeks of October and produces an average of 12 ounces of buds per plant.