If you like eating ice cream, you’ll love smoking Ice Cream weed as its flavor is strangely reminiscent of vanilla ice cream. The strain’s Dutch developers, Paradise Seeds, have kept a tight lid on the precise genetic origins of this strain, but we know it’s marginally Indica dominant.
Ice Cream weed has a complex bouquet which includes fresh earth and pine while the flavour is smooth with a distinctive note of vanilla ice cream. The high offers a well-balanced experience of the best of Sativa and Indica effects so that you’ll be mentally stimulated and physically stoned without having to resort to a lie down on the couch. Medical practitioners recommend Ice Cream for muscular pain and eating problems.
The Ice Cream strain grows to a medium height with a multitude of lateral stems and large, fan shaped leaves that are dark green. The buds are dense and covered in a layer of frosty crystals. THC content ranges from 15 to 18 percent.
Ice Cream is a vigorous indoor grower especially if it is cultivated using the SOG method. It can be quite a fussy plant and growers need to pay attention to controlling heat and humidity levels to get the best out of this strain. Flowering time is eight to nine weeks and yields are around 500 grams per square metre.
Ice Cream can be grown outdoors in climates such as that of southern Europe – it will not thrive in cooler northern climates. With careful growing, each plant can yield up to 500 grams.
To conclude this Ice Cream review, connoisseurs choose it for its creamy, vanilla flavour. It can be tricky to grow, but the quality of Ice Cream weed makes the extra effort worthwhile.
Indoors or outdoors in a warm climate
15 - 18%
Early to Mid October
Unknown Indica x Sativa
500 gm2 Indoors, 500g per plant outdoors