THC : 35 %+

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Oracle Octane Anesia seeds is an extremely potent, extremely high THC strain. Made from a select, ultra-THC-rich Blackberry Octane aromatic and the never-before-released heavyweight Blackberry Oracle. The development of this charismatic and impressive strain took 8 generations and required a huge breeding effort. The result was worth all the effort and expense. Oracle Octane offers a whole new level of stimulant, narcotic and sensory effects. Effects that will affect even the strongest. In addition, the strain has an unforgettable intense flavor reminiscent of sweet berries and fresh lemons. The high concentration of cannabinoids and the special combination of terpenes create a euphoric, intense and long-lasting experience that you will never forget. Oracle Octane kicks in within seconds of exhaling. Flooding the entire body with an uplifting sense of happiness that soars. As you sink deeper and deeper into this euphoric state, powerful soothing physical effects will occur, slowly lulling you into a deep state of relaxation as you let your senses dance. Oracle Octane Anesia seeds

  • Type: Feminized Photoperiod
  • 40% Sativa / 60% Indica
  • Genetics: Blackberry Octane x Black Oracle
  • Yield: 550 g/m² • 850 g/p.p
  • Flowering time: 8-9 weeks
  • Outdoor harvest: End of September
  • Height: 120-130 cm • 2.50 cm outside
  • THC: 35%+
  • Aroma: citrus, sweet, berries


Growing Oracle Octane Anesia seeds

The plants grow amazingly beautiful leaves and their buds often develop shades of red, deep purple and even almost black. Towards the end of the flowering season, the strong branches bear huge, sparkling clusters of flowers that exude a heavenly fruity-sweet aroma. Vibrant, slightly indica dominant strain has a flowering time of around 9 weeks. It produces large leaves and reaches a height of about 120-130 cm indoors. The plants develop a multitude of large, juicy buds that are coated in such a thick layer of resin that they are almost white at the end of the flowering season.


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