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Blue Cindy is a cross between Cinderella 99 and Blueberry. It is an excellent example of an indica/sativa hybrid marijuana strain.
Blue Cindy grows like an indica but in other respects is quite a sativa-dominant plant. It combines speedy growth, stability, flavour and power in one fine variety. Its genetics serve to enable this plant to develop massive buds that are resin-packed for your satisfaction with great flavours of pineapple and black fruits of the forest with citrus and pine on the exhale.
It is a plant for growing both indoors and outdoors and, whatever the environment, it will produce a truly euphoric, psychedelic and long-lasting high that can be enjoyed at any time of day or night. Perfection in a plant!
|Tipo de Produto||Seeds THC|
|Genética||Cinderella 99 x Blueberry|
|Número de Sementes por Pacote||5 Sementes|
|Tipo de floração||Fotoperíodo|
|Gosto / Sabor||Abacaxi, Amora, Frutuoso|
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About G13 Labs
The origins of G13 Labs dates back to the late 1980’s and Northern England, where an original agent set up an underground collective. It was when this agent found himself in Amsterdam that G13 Labs was officially born. Connections were formed with other experienced agents in the Dutch capital and soon after, a new seedbank was formed.
Since then, G13 Labs have transformed into a globally renowned company. Known for their impressive yielding, fast flowering strains, with unbelievable tastes and aromas, G13 popularity is increasing year on year.
Perhaps the most famous strain in their collection is Pineapple Express, which has outsold every other strain the seedbank has ever created.
Buy G13 Labs seeds, including the incredible Pineapple Express directly from Seedsman today.