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  1. Myself and my partner haven't really smoked in about a year, after almost daily smoking for 2 years. Im planning to do another grow and im thinking about what strain I want to do. After such a long stint of not smoking im a bit iffy about the paranoia and anxiety from high thc strains. Whereas my partner absolutely loves the couch lock effect from conventional indicas and is wary that the cbd strains won't give a similar effect. I started thinking about CBD strains with a 1:1 ratio or things with lets say, 15% thc and maybe 10% cbd. I've read that some of those new cbd strains that the likes of Dinafem, Royal queen and Sweet Seeds now sell give you a high with no anxiousness or paranoia due to the cbd content. This really interests me but I don't want to commit to a 3 month grow of something that we may both end up not liking. Have any of you guys grown out any of these CBD strains before and what are your thoughts on them?
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  3. Ice Cool CBD® CBD-rich version of one of the best and most aromatic strains from our catalog, our beloved Ice Cool® (SWS06). This strain gathers two exquisite genetic lines from the Diesel family: our Ice Cool® and a selected CBD-rich “elite” clone from Diesel ancestors. The THC:CBD ratio of this strain stands between 1:1 and 1:2, making it a strain rich in CBD (Cannabidiol). This high yielder is very resinous. The tastes and aromas of this strain are exquisite, very strong and penetrating, with citrus tones, touches of wood, complemented by a background of cypress and exotic spices. Ice Cool CBD® (SWS69) presents the typical structure of Indica-Sativa hybrids. It is adapted to the requirements of indoor growing and it is very productive, resinous and aromatic. Data Sheet Variety SWS69 Indica: 40% / Sativa: 60% THC:CBD Ratio: (1:1-1:2) Indoor Yield: 400-600 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 350-550 g/plant Indoor Blooming: 8-9 weeks Outdoor Harvest: late September Top 10 Strains – High Times Magazine – USA – 2019
  4. Cream Caramel CBD® CBD-rich version of one of the most appreciated strains from the Sweet Seeds® catalog, our Cream Caramel® (SWS04). Cream Caramel CBD® (SWS67) is the result of the cross between our Cream Caramel® and a selected CBD-rich clone from Diesel ancestors. The THC:CBD ratio of Cream Caramel CBD® stands between 1:1 and 1:2, making it a strain rich in CBD (Cannabidiol). This strain presents a mostly Indica plant structure with a big main cola and generous development of side branches, showing a strong main stem and large secondary branches. The tastes and aromas of this strain are sweet as candies, with a background of earthy tones and fresh hints of cypress and citrus. Data Sheet Variety SWS67 Indica: 70% / Sativa: 30% THC:CBD Ratio: (1:1-1:2) Indoor Yield: 400-550 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 375-600 g/plant Indoor Blooming: 8 weeks Outdoor Harvest: late September