If you are a true marijuana aficionado, you will want to try the very best the world has to offer. Every so often, a strain comes along that is extremely rare and highly sought after. The Cuvee strain is one such example. It isn’t a form of weed that you can readily find, so expect to pay top dollar for an ounce or Cuvee seeds.
What is the Cuvee Strain?
Cuvee weed is a luxurious, indica-dominant hybrid that is a cross of clone-only Pinot Noir and Space Queen. It was created by TGA Subcool and Aficionado Seeds, and the result is a resinous marijuana strain known for producing buds extremely early in the blooming phase.
Just wait until you get a whiff of his beauty! It has a remarkably sweet smell, aided by the scent of blueberries and chocolate. Cuvee strain marijuana also leaves a spicy and citrus aroma around it long after it has been taken out of a room or smoked.
This is unquestionably one of the finest marijuana strains on the market if you have a sweet tooth. While it doesn’t quite compare to a delicious dessert, it is akin to sipping a hot chocolate with whipped cream and cherries; yes, it tastes that good! In many ways, it beats a sweet treat because you get the taste without the added calories. The sweet, citrus, fruity taste on the inhale is a joy, as is the wonderful chocolate cherry flavor you get on the exhale.
Marijuana devotees will recognize Cuvee by its heavy, dark blue nugs. The buds are also extremely resinous which make them ideal for creating cannabis concentrates.
Cuvee Strain Grow Info
The hardest part about growing it is getting your hands on those rare Cuvee strain seeds. If and when you achieve that task, the rest is fairly plain sailing! It is a pretty easy plant to grow, and as it is short and compact, novices should be able to handle it indoors. It also grows well outdoors and responds well to a hydroponics setup regardless of where you cultivate it.
If you decide to go down the hydroponics route, consider purchasing individual smart pots with a soilless mix that contains some coarse perlite. High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide lighting work well on Cuvee according to experienced growers. The great thing about a hydroponics system is that you can purchase pre-packaged base nutrients such as Bloom and Grow from Sensi Seeds and most of the work is already done for you.
We have heard that Cuvee begins to show buds just over two weeks into the bloom phase. Although it may take 8-9 weeks to flower, we have heard reports of Cuvee plants being ready after just 7 weeks. During the flowering phase, pay close attention to your crop, because its heavy floral production requires plant supports to prevent branches breaking.
If you grow Cuvee indoors, it can yield up to 16 ounces per square meter planted. When grown outdoors, Cuvee may yield up to 22 ounces per plant. Make sure it is grown in a warm and dry climate.
THC Content – Highest Test
The THC content of Cuvee ranges from 18% to 20.5%.
CBD Content – Highest Test
There is usually little CBD in Cuvee. While some phenotypes have up to 1%, it is more likely that your strain will have 0.1% or less. As a result, the THC to CBD ratio can range from 18:1 to over 200:1.
What Can I Expect When I Use Cuvee Weed?
Cuvee is often classified as an ideal beginner’s strain because of the quality of the euphoric head high. Certainly, it is one of the best relaxants around and does a fabulous job of helping you to feel calm and at peace. As well as being a premium smoke, Cuvee is often used as a secret ingredient in gold-standard edibles.
You should feel the euphoric sensation almost as soon as you take your first toke; it takes significantly longer with edibles. Users are often so entranced by the stunning flavor profile that they forget how stoned they are! Cuvee is an excellent choice if you need an ‘off’ day where you do nothing other than relax. It is also possible that you will begin laughing without understanding the real reasons why!
Medical Benefits of Cuvee Marijuana
If you’re in the market for a top shelf indica to ease stress or any mood-related disorders, Cuvee is about as solid a choice as you’re likely to find. As well as treating chronic stress, it could also prove to be a useful aid if you suffer from depression due to its uplifting effects.
Insomniacs may also benefit from using Cuvee shortly before bedtime as it can help them relax. Cuvee has its uses as an analgesic. It has been recommended for patients with migraines, muscle spasms, and back pain.
Possible Side Effects of Cuvee Weed
In general, adverse side effects associated with Cuvee are minimal. Although it is suitable for novices, using too much of it could result in heightened anxiety. Overall, you might find that this strain makes your eyes feel itchy and dry. Other possible side effects include a mild headache and an increased sense of paranoia.
Final Thoughts on Cuvee Cannabis
Cuvee is a taste sensation. It combines Pinot Noir’s chocolate flavor with the cherry smell and taste from Space Queen. As both parents are known for producing large amounts of resin, it is no surprise that its offspring follows suit. According to some users, the hash extracted from Cuvee is as good as anything you’ll ever find.
Cuvee plants are the very definition of ‘tiny but mighty.’ They don’t grow very tall, but the buds they produce are heavy and look as if they are coated in sugar. The flower to leaf ratio is also excellent; this means it produces far more flowers than leaves. The main downside is trying to find Cuvee seeds, but if you do, you are in for a hell of a treat.