The Candyland strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid and a cross of the indica Granddaddy Purple and Bay Platinum Cookies. Candyland’s THC content varies depending on the potency of the particular bud that you get your hands on. It can be relatively mild, around 14%, but it can also be as high as 19%. This strain is renowned for its sweet candy-like taste, hence the name. It also has several prominent flavors that come to the fore when smoked. A sweet, fruity, berry flavor combined with earthy, piney notes make Candyland a real taste sensation
Appearance and Aroma: Candyland is quite a tall plant when fully grown. It has small, dense, green buds, which can turn almost purple in some plants. The Candyland strain is both sweet like candy and earthy like a pine forest. It offers recreational users a relaxing and happy high and medicinal consumers potential relief from pain and fatigue.
Effects: Candyland is a rather unique strain in terms of its cannabinoid profile. According to Potbotics, Candyland has “no detectable amounts of CBN, CBG or THCV.” What it does have, however, is a cannabichromene (CBC) level of 0.329. CBC is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, which binds with receptors in the body linked with pain perception. Therefore, this strain may help alleviate some painful conditions. Many recreational Candyland consumers say that its uplifting high is excellent for stress relief. The Candyland strain may also offer temporary relief to those suffering from mood disorders such as depression and anxiety.