If you are after a strain with a sweet taste and a serious bite, then Furious Candy could be the one. Made from the fusion of Eva Seeds’ very own Papa Candy with a Great White Shark, Furious Candy is a resinous indica dominant beast with the power to tantalize the taste buds and soothe the soul. It has a flowering time of 45-50 days and produces insane yields – a real connoisseur strain.
Eva Seeds - Furious Candy: An unforgettably sweet strain of cannabis seeds with the power and yields to back it up.
Eva Seeds have developed a reputation for producing unique and high-quality cannabis strains that are both suitable for novices and veteran hobby growers alike. Furious Candy is no different, exemplifying everything cherished about its parent strains. It is the exotic mix of Papa Candy and Great White Shark, two of the most resinous strains we know of. The result is a resin powerhouse that produces sweet, powerful bud; flowers in just under 50 days, and produces yields that will put a smile on any grower's face. This makes Furious Candy a strain of cannabis seeds that even connoisseurs will appreciate – especially if they like hash!
The aroma created by Furious Candy is fruity and sweet, something akin to a strawberry candy. The flavour, when smoked, follows through with this sweetness, but it is delicately mixed with earthy, flowery undertones. The high itself is potent, with Furious Candy having a medium-high THC content. It is mainly indica in nature, focusing on relaxation and easing the body of tension. However, the sativa side also shines through, uplifting the mind with a light, happy and cheerful effect.
Indoors, Furious Candy grows with a typical indica stature, remaining short and manageable. Average height is roughly 1m, and she is able to produce yields in the region of 450-600g/m² in just under 50 days of flowering. Outdoors, Furious Candy likes to flesh out a little more, reaching up to heights of 2m. In this situation, she can yield between 700g and 1kg per plant. Outdoor harvest tends to take place at the beginning of October.