Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: An immediate head high kicks off the effects of pangea, however that cerebral effect rapidly turns into a sedating body stone that can last several hours. Instead of a light and clean comedown, Pangea simply makes users more and more exhausted, until they eventually fall asleep.
Pangea has wild and exotic looking buds, which is a fitting characteristic for a strain with such a name. This heavy indica produces buds that have blood-red pistils, a chartreuse color and sharp and crisp aromas of sour apples, pepper, hash and honey. This complex strain has become renowned as a favorite, among those who have tried her. Those who have yet to try her are in for a real treat.
Despite being heavily on the indica side of the spectrum, Pangea usually takes around 10 weeks to complete its flowering cycle, when grown indoors. Gardeners are advised to allow Pangea to vegetate for six weeks, before flipping the switch to flowering. These ladies only tend to double in height, by the end of flowering, so height should not be a concern. Outdoor gardeners will likely see a harvest by the third week in October, when growing in the Northern Hemisphere. Yields have shown to be above average to well above average, with Pangea.
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