History & genetics of papaya
An indica-dominant strain with a THC content between 20 and 25 percent, papaya has a distinct mango aroma and flavor. It is a Nirvana Seeds creation, and its pure Afghani indica ancestry is what gives it its indica properties. The strain was created by Nirvana using K.C. Brains’ Mango strain.
Aesthetics, aroma, and flavor
Bright green nugs from papaya plants have a mildly sour, foul odor. This strain has a sweet, spicy flavor with hints of black pepper and herbs when smoked.
This strain’s physical effects, which have a very traditional indica stone, are sometimes described as narcotic. The effects start to take effect quickly, numbing the entire body while making users feel drowsy and exhausted. It has a mild mood-raising impact that can be very soothing, therefore it is not without cerebral consequences. Some people discover that this strain helps them think more clearly and creatively. Although cotton mouth is still the most frequently mentioned drawback of papaya, other side effects include headaches, dizziness, and dry eyes, which are then followed by worry.
This strain should be utilized later in the day or at night, like many others that have strong indica effects. Even the worst chronic aches and pains may be dulled by the potent body high that papaya strain offers. The insomniacs who are unable to sleep might get some rest from it. Additionally, these outcomes may lessen nausea and boost appetite to treat anorexia and other eating disorders. The cerebral effects, on the other hand, might lessen stress and anxiety.