Yo, what’s good? It’s Dan, and today we’re talking about the Papaya strain. This herb is a favorite among recreational users because it’s the perfect way to chill during the afternoon or evening. Even medical marijuana patients enjoy the calm vibes that come with this strain. But that’s not all – Papaya is known for its tropical taste and scent, which will have you feeling like you’re on a vacay in the Caribbean.
Flavors & Usage
The flavors of this strain are straight up tropical, with hints of both mango and papaya. It’s perfect for those dealing with anxiety, chronic pain, depression, sleeplessness, and stress. And let me tell you, the effects are incredible. You’ll feel so calm and creative, like your mind has been given a reset button.
If you’re looking to grow Papaya yourself, you can do so either indoors or outdoors. Indoor plants usually take about 8-9 weeks to flower, while outdoor plants are ready for harvesting by the end of September. And yo, when grown outside, this baby can yield a huge harvest.
Overall, for anyone who wants to feel like they’re on vacation in the tropics while also experiencing some serious chill vibes, Papaya is the way to go. It’s super potent though, so if you’re a newbie to the game, be careful with this one.
What’s Papaya All About?
Papaya is an indica-dominant hybrid strain that’s created by Nirvana Seeds. It’s a cross between Ice No.2 and Citral No.13 – two strains that pack quite the punch themselves. There are several versions of this strain out there though, including one by Verde Natural Wellness.
Don’t let the sweet scent and tropical taste fool you either – Papaya is strong af. That’s why we recommend that newbies stay away from it if possible. And some users even report feeling super focused for a short period after smoking it.
The high from Papaya is mostly one of euphoria, which means you’ll feel happier and more relaxed than ever. There might be a bit of a boost in energy at first, but that’ll soon give way to total relaxation. And just a heads up – you might get the munchies, so make sure you’ve got some snacks ready.
Papaya is a pretty easy strain to grow, whether you’re doing it indoors or outdoors. Outdoors, it thrives best in warm, Mediterranean climates. You can expect yields of around 25-30 ounces per plant when grown outside, while indoor yields are smaller at around 12-15 ounces per square meter.
One thing to note is that Papaya is resistant to pests and most common diseases, so it’s pretty forgiving of novice growers’ mistakes.
While Papaya is mostly enjoyed recreationally, MMJ patients also love this strain for several reasons. One of the biggest is its ability to sedate you. After a few hours, you’ll be feeling super sleepy with little desire to move. That makes it a good option for anyone dealing with insomnia.
But on top of that, Papaya also provides a euphoric effect which could be helpful for those dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. And if you’re someone who deals with chronic pain, this strain could be helpful for numbing those limbs while also helping your mental state.
Possible Side Effects
The main side effects of Papaya include dry mouth and dry eyes. But since it’s such a high-THC strain, there’s also a chance that it could cause dizziness and headaches. So, if you’re new to cannabis or have a low-THC tolerance, it’s best to stay away from this one.
Alright, y’all, that’s it for the Papaya strain. If you’re looking for a strain that’ll transport you to a tropical paradise while also providing some serious chill vibes, this is the one for you. It’s easy to grow and provides a sizable yield when grown outside. Just be careful if you’re new to the game – this one is strong af. Peace out!