You might be wondering where the name “Golden Goat” comes from, given that this potent marijuana strain has a beautiful, pink and light green flowering foliage. However, you won’t have to wait too long, as its distinctive golden hue appears near harvest time, giving you a clear indicator that this sativa-dominant hybrid is ready for the picking.
Popular in Kansas, where it was discovered by chance, Golden Goat is often used in social settings. After just one puff, you’ll feel happy and full of peppy energy, and you might even get a case of the giggles. The 30% indica content, however, produces a pleasant body high that is ideal for unwinding.
Golden Goat marijuana, which contains 23% THC and 1.07% CBD, is great for more than just getting high; it is also useful for treating chronic pain, PTSD, depression, stress, and anxiety, and fatigue. Golden Goat has been used by some people undergoing cancer treatment to regain their appetite.
The flavor of Golden Goat feminized marijuana is sweet, sour, and spicy with a hint of tropical fruit, and its aroma is reminiscent of a lemon grove. Space is required because Golden Goat develops into a tall plant. It is more difficult to cultivate than regular cannabis, but it is highly resistant to the most common molds and mildews that plague the plant. After 65–75 days in the flowering stage, if you provide a warm, dry environment, you can expect to harvest about 400 grams per plant.
Increase your options with Golden Goat feminized marijuana seeds.