Typical Effects

  • Creative
    Creative
  • Energetic
    Energetic
  • Euphoric
    Euphoric
  • Happy
    Happy
  • Uplifted
    Uplifted
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Time of Day

  • Afternoon
    Afternoon

Common Usage

  • Anxiety
    Anxiety
  • Depression
    Depression
  • loss_of_appetite
    Loss of Appetite

Terpenes

  • Caryophyllene
    Caryophyllene
  • Humulene
    Humulene
  • Limonene Terpene
    Limonene

Flavors

  • Earthy
    Earthy
  • Sweet
    Sweet

Negatives

  • Dry-Eyes
    Dry Eyes
  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth
  • Paranoia
    Paranoia

About Candyland

Get lost in the Peppermint Forest with this KushCon gold medalist from 2012. Candyland is a sativa dominant strain bred from Granddaddy Purps and Platinum Cookies. With an average THC percentage between 18%-24%, Candyland is ideal for afternoon and evening consumption. Users do report feeling uplifted, creative, and euphoric making it an acceptable choice for social situations. Medicinal uses include treating depression, anxiety, and loss of appetite.

What Kind Of Strain Is Candyland?

Candyland is a Sativa strain, that some would argue is actually a Sativa dominant hybrid.

What Are The Effects Associated With The Strain

It is known to give consumers feelings of creativity, euphoria, energy, happiness, and a general sense of being mentally uplifted.

Does It Have Any Associated Negative Side Effects?

Yes, it can. Consumers of the strain have reported dry eyes, dry mouth, and paranoia when enjoying this strain. Individuals that are currently seeking treatment for any of these conditions may want to ask their budtender if this is the right strain for them.

Is The Candyland Strain Strong?

It depends on what you mean by “strong.” If you are referencing its THC content, Candyland would be considered moderate to strong with its 18-24% THC. That being said, we recommend taking more into account when choosing a strain. Consumers should also be aware of a strain’s terpene profile, as well as CBD content, among other factors.

Okay…What Types Of Terpenes Does It Have?

Glad you asked! This strain is known for having Caryophyllene, Humulene, and Limonene as its dominant terpenes. These terpenes are that not only dictate the smell, but also taste of the strain. In this case, it gives Candyland its distinctive sweet and earthy notes.

Can It Be Used To Treat Medical Conditions?

Candyland has been used by medical cannabis patients for years to treat their symptoms of anxiety, depression, and loss of appetite.

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