Currylato Genetic Profile
Currylato from Barcelona’s premier seed company, The Plug Seedbank, is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain that’s big on intense citrus aromas as well as offering a discernable experience and substantial yield. Created in San Francisco’s bay area by prolific seedsman “Cookie Fam” Jigga, Currylato is an 80/20 hybrid that’s part of the esteemed Girl Scout Cookies lineage and the result of a cross between Granddaddy Gelato x Sunset Sherbet.
Also known as ‘Sunlato’, Currylato take on several favourable characteristics from GSC, with these feminized seeds developing into robust and hardy marijuana plants with dense, resin-laden buds and an exquisite array of colourful hues. A high yield, along with a relatively potent THC content, has contributed to Currylato seeds being one of the most sought-after strains across the globe and an ideal choice for growers and enthusiasts alike.
Currylato Terpene Profile
Combining many of the sought-after properties of its Girl Scout Cookies forebearer, Currylato seeds exhibit a complex variety of terpenes that create its unique fragrance and flavour. Users will discover a deliciously intense aroma of sweet orangey citrus with slight peppery and earthy undertones, along with touches of hops and other herbal layers.
One of the more dominant terpenes in Currylato is limonene, which is mainly responsible for its remarkable citrus taste. Myrcene supplies an array of skunky attributes while caryophyllene adds a familiar blend of earthy and herbal kush tones that are indicative of the Cookie DNA genetics.
Working in harmony to deliver a delectable aroma and truly exquisite flavour, Currylato is a marijuana strain you won´t quickly forget.
Currylato Strain Effects
Not only favoured for its palatable flavour blend, Currylato also provides a relatively robust and psychoactive experience thanks to a markedly higher than average THC content. It offers a strong and resonating effect on both a mental and physical level, and it won’t take much in the way of quantity to fully experience the impact of this cannabis strain.
It reportedly provides an intense euphoric sensation as well as boldly inducing a state of extreme relaxedness and will likely leave users couch-bound if not used to substantial THC levels with a comparatively low CBD volume. It’s certainly a strain to wind down with, in part due to its indica qualities. It’s perhaps best used later in the day or before bed and likely not one to use if trying to stay focused and maintain a zesty activity.
Currylato Medical Benefits
Thanks to a prestigious lineage, inheriting a broad spectrum of its progenitor’s positive attributes, Currylato is an effective and useful remedy for a wide range of ailments and conditions. Its high THC content, coupled with dominant terpene caryophyllene, make it an ideal strain to use for assisting with effective pain management, stress levels, and other conditions.
Caryophyllene offers an assortment of anti-inflammatory properties and also uniquely interacts with the human body’s CB2 receptors, allowing for a high degree of effectiveness in treating aches and sores. Limonene offers a host of benefits to the cardiovascular system and is also known to improve serotonin production, which is the neurotransmitter that helps to regulate our state of mind.
How to Grow Currylato Strain
Currylato feminized seeds produce a medium-sized marijuana plant with thick branches that supply densely compressed buds with a heavy resin production. It develops with an array of green, purple, and reddish hues, and although not as quick to produce as autoflowering seeds, it’s a relatively swift grow, with a flowering time of just 8 – 9 weeks.
One of the sought-after attributes of Currylato (female seeds only) is its propensity to produce a large and bountiful yield, with indoor flowering netting around 500 to 550g per square metre. An outdoor grow will allow for a higher yield per plant due to a more natural photoperiod. Due to its intense aromas and pungent fragrances, it’s probably advisable to utilize carbon filters with an indoor grow if discretion is required.
Currylato can be cultivated using beginner-friendly methods like LST, but also with the more advanced sea of green (SOG) and screen of green (SCROG) techniques, so it’s ideal for novices and seasoned breeders alike. It’s definitely one to add to the wish list if you haven’t already.