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To begin with, Dank Vapes Candy Land: Appearance: Luscious and vibrant, Candyland produces beefy flowers that have an underlying Army green color. Encrust with a dusting of THC-lace trichome. This potent buds appear good enough to eat (but are best when smoked).
Also, The Candyland bud has vivacious, peach-color pistils that protrude from the interior of the flower. Conical shaped and ready for action, Candyland’s spiky calyxes flash a dizzying array of purple hues, particularly when broken apart.
Consistency: As the name suggests, the Candyland bud is uncommonly dense and more than a tad bit sticky. Dissimilar to many Sativa-dominant hybrids, Candyland’s texture and density lean more toward her cookies lineage. While anyone loading up their “daily driver” with Dank Vapes – Candy Land nugs can probably survive without a grinder. Those rolling a joint will find that sort of utensil an absolute necessity.
Scent: A form of aromatherapy, Candyland’s terpene profile is hard to resist after the first whiff. Offering a fruit forward aroma, many struggles to keep their nose out of their stash jar. It smells that good. Pleasantly earthy with hints of fruit, vanilla, and honey. It’s no wonder that Candyland has quickly earn a lofty reputation as a Bay Area favorite.
Taste: To add, The first rip of Candyland tastes like a tropical shortbread lace with pepper. Instruct by its dominant terpene profile – Terpinolene, Humulene, and Caryophyllene. Flavors of pine hops and pepper fill the mouth and immediately cleanses the palate. Semi-sweet with earthy overtones, the inhale smacks of pepper and grapes. Consequently, the exhale is accentuate by a hash-pine flavor.
Effect: Candyland hits you immediately in the head and can be felt behind the eyes and temples. Instantly soothing, the creative head buzz frees the overburden mind with a sense of soaring euphoria. A cerebral high after only one or two tokes, the Indica effects creep in as the smoke session continues.
Strain Background: First bred and cultivate in the Bay Area by Ken Estes, the owner of Grand Daddy Purp, Dank Vapes – Candy Land is often imitated. According to online sources, Dank Vapes – Candy Land was create using a female “GDP Bay Platinum Cookies and proves GDP male.” Easy to locate north of Santa Cruz, this strain becomes harder to find once south of Monterey County.
Medical Uses: From a medical standpoint, Dank Vapes – Candy Land provides soothing relief for daily aches and pains. A sweet medicine for those suffering from anxiety and depression, the strain is also known to stimulate the repress appetite.