The Citral strain is a hybrid of Pakistani and Super Skunk and is a pure sativa. This strain produces buds that are remarkably tough to break apart. You can grow this strain indoors or outdoors. It is not suited for all climates, but it is easy to find clones and seeds online. Outdoor grown, Citral is ready in late September. Learn how to grow this strain for a great, potent high.
Citral is a pure sativa
Although primarily an indica, Citral can provide a cerebral and body high. Users often report feeling immobile for hours at a time. When lit, the fresh smelling buds emit a sweet smell and are joined by earthy notes. This high is excellent for relieving stress and promoting calmness. It is a great choice for daytime use and is considered a mild, easy-to-manage variety.
The trichome-coated buds of the Citral cannabis strain are a dense, grass-green color that highlights the brown pistils. Because of this, the buds can be tough to break up. Although Citral is suitable for outdoor and indoor growing, it does require a specific climate. Growers should consider this before attempting to grow Citral in other climates. You can find seeds and clones online and expect to harvest your first crop by late September.
Although Citral is a very potent strain, it can also cause some adverse effects, including anxiety and paranoia. Citral is best used in the evening. While it is not a perfect weed strain for daytime use, many users report it to be a pleasant sativa. The high in THC content makes Citral a good choice for treating chronic pain, depression, and stress.
Citral is a great hybrid that combines sativa and indica characteristics. It has a sweet citrus aroma without being too fruity or sour. The high produced from Citral is cerebral, so it is a good choice for social situations. It is popular with both medical and recreational users. If you want a strain that is less potent than your regular sativa, Zkittlez is the perfect option for you.
It’s a cross between Super Skunk and Pakistani
The Citral strain is a hybrid created by Nirvana Seeds from a landrace in the Hindu Kush. Both Super Skunk and Pakistani are thought to be the parent strains. This hybrid is widely regarded as one of the best hydro strains and has won numerous awards. It has a lemony aroma and flavor, which makes it a favorite of both smokers and growers. It can be found at CannaCo dispensaries in Trinidad and Walsenburg.
The Citral Strain is a hybrid produced by crossing two different types of marijuana. Its main properties are energizing and upliftinng. The plant produces a heavy harvest in a few weeks. Sam’s Skunk was developed in the 70s and gained fame in Amsterdam in the 1980s, when he escaped from the US and moved to the Netherlands. The resulting hybrid sparked a global craze.
The Afghani/Skunk strain is a hybrid of two different marijuana strains. Skunk #1 is a largely sativa strain and the Afghani part is a short Christmas tree-like plant. Both strains have strong scents and high potency. The Afghani part is mostly Indica with a pungent smell. It produces a high yield and is good for indoor growing.
Citral is an indica-dominant hybrid created by crossing two marijuana strains: Pakistani and Super Skunk. The buds are green in color and covered with dark amber hairs. When burned, the aroma turns pungently skunky. The high generated by Citral is not as energetic as its taste, and is best used for evenings or during sleep. This bud is perfect for relaxation rather than activeness, and produces a couch-locked feeling of bliss.
It has a skunky smell
The name “Citral” means’skunk’ and this marijuana strain is a cross between two different types of skunk. Citral seeds come from the Hindu Kush region and are self-resistance to molds and pests. This strain can be hard to grow and requires proper maintenance. The buds are light green in color and thick, but they do not have a thick or heavy taste. Citral has a confusing odor, but the effect is a happy and energetic high.
The unique combination of terpenes in the Citral Skunk strain makes it a perfect treat for chronic pain, depression, and stress. The smell is so strong, you can smell it before you’ve even smoked it. The taste isn’t nearly as potent, but it’s still a good one. The smoke gives off a fruity-spicy taste, and the exhale is citrusy.
The aroma of Citral Skunk is primarily derived from the sesquiterpene valencene. Sesquiterpenes are more complex than monoterpenes. Valencene is one of the more than 100 different terpenes found in cannabis. Valencene has a citrus smell, as it is related to humulone, the compound that gives grapefruit its distinct odor.
Although cannabis contains hundreds of chemical compounds, a few are considered the source of the skunky smell. In 1989, William Wood studied cannabis odor and found a group of chemical compounds known as thiols are responsible for the smell. These compounds are similar to alcohols, but contain a sulfur atom where the oxygen atom is located. A thiol contains a high amount of THC, and is the ideal medicine for a mood boost.
It has a psychedelic high
Citral is the name of a variety of marijuana that is mainly indica. It has high levels of THC and produces a cerebral high, while also numbing the entire body. Its high THC content can leave you feeling drowsy and immobile for hours. The smell of the buds is sweet and pleasant, with earthy notes joining in once they are lit.
The Citral Strain has a unique aroma and flavor. Its effects are a blend of linalool and limonene, two naturally occurring compounds in the cannabis plant. Linalool is known for its relaxing effects, while limonene interacts with dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain to produce a psychedelic effect.
The LSD-like effects of cannabis are similar to those of LSD, which is a psychoactive drug. While Sativa-dominant hybrids produce a cerebral high, Indica-heavy strains have a body-oriented, sedating effect. They are easy to grow and produce THC-rich buds. This is a great choice for cannabis growing.
Hallucinogenic weed can alter the way people perceive their surroundings and alter their mental states. It affects the sensory nerves in the brain, causing the user to see colors and sounds they otherwise wouldn’t notice. It can also cause hallucinations, though the effects aren’t as strong as those of narcotics. But the benefits of this strain are definitely worth the effort.
This strain can produce up to 18 ounces of buds per square meter of planted area and doesn’t require much maintenance. It’s known to have a THC content of fifteen to twenty percent, but some reports claim as high as twenty-five percent. Despite the high THC content, Citral has low CBD levels. So, if you’re interested in cannabis growing, consider growing Citral.
It has medical properties
Researchers found that a plant extract called citral has a number of health benefits, including suppressing the accumulation of abdominal fat, preventing weight gain, improving glucose tolerance, and reducing hyperinsulinemia. These effects are most likely a result of the increased production of energy, though lipid accumulation might also be a contributing factor. These findings have implications for the treatment of obesity and diabetes, both of which have become epidemics worldwide.
In one study, citral inhibited the growth of C. albicans in dual-species biofilms. This result was also consistent with the discovery that citral inhibits the production of fatty acids, peptidoglycan biosynthesis, and the quorum sensing system. Furthermore, citral suppressed the expression of the quorum-sensing system, which is responsible for causing an infection.
Citral is a natural plant compound, which has many uses, including treating depression, bronchitis, and a range of gastrointestinal disorders. Citral is a relatively safe terpene, and is found in many foods, including berries, mint, and citrus fruits. It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects, and it can even help those suffering from occasional sleeplessness.
The citral compound has antibacterial, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. Citral inhibits multi-species biofilms of several bacteria and viruses, which can result in life-threatening infections. Citral has also been reported to inhibit a range of pathogens, including Candida albicans, S. aureus, and a variety of other microbes. This suggests that citral may be a promising alternative for a variety of applications, including the treatment of skin inflammation and gastrointestinal disorders.
Citral and lemongrass essential oils have powerful antifungal properties. In vitro, citral and lemongrass essential oils can completely eradicate MRSA. Citral inhibits biofilms by differentially regulating the proteins that make up the microorganism. It is highly effective in treating cutaneous infections. A recent study showed that citral can inhibit the growth of MRSA by suppressing biofilms. These results have implications for the development of anti-inflammatory drugs.