Sugar Cane

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, pinene, caryophyllene
Helps with
Depression, stress, pain, lack of appetite
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Sugar Cane is a rare sativa-dominant hybrid, born from the magical union of Platinum and Slurricane. With a THC content averaging around 20%, the strain doesn’t intimidate and overpower you. Instead, it puts you in a tranquil bliss, filling your mind with positivity and your palate with fruity sweetness.


Sugar Cane creeps in slowly but surely, gently tickling your mind and elating your mood before fully embracing you in its euphoric, energetic hold. The worries of the world retreat, replaced by a profound sense of tranquillity. Your mind becomes a serene landscape, bursting with joy, energy and motivation for action.

You will notice increased focus and productivity, which can be utilised for a wide range of tasks, from cleaning your home to painting to writing and working on challenging projects. This is a great strain to get things done with, but prepare for a hard crash – much like with a sugar high.

As your experience matures, the initial relaxation deepens into a profound calm that commands the body, eventually locking you to the couch and priming you for a restful night’s sleep. For this reason, Sugar Cane will be best used as a late afternoon pick-me-up, allowing you to make the most of the working day hours and providing a relaxed, peaceful evening afterwards.


Sugar Cane offers much more than a delightful sensory journey; it is loaded with therapeutic potential. Its potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, enhanced by caryophyllene and pinene, may relieve individuals struggling with chronic pain, headaches, migraines, or muscular discomfort. A high content of calming myrcene facilitates relaxation and stress relief and may help deal with tension and anxiety.

Sugar Cane is also intensely euphoric, improving mood and overall well-being, which can temporarily help with depressive symptoms. Lastly, those dealing with nausea will regain their appetite after just a tiny dose.

Side effects

On top of the usual sensations of dry eyes and mouth, Sugar Cane also contributes to feelings of dizziness, anxiety and paranoia. You should tread with the strain carefully, especially if you are prone to mental health conditions or have a low tolerance. Begin with a single puff and gradually increase it if necessary.

Taste & Smell


Sugar Cane’s taste and fragrance profile is a delightful carnival. On the scent front, this strain greets you with a burst of sugary, fruity grape sweetness, complemented with a hint of caramel/chocolate and rounded off by subtle earthy undertones. The flavour echoes this aroma, offering very sweet, fruity notes mixed with a prominent chocolatey-caramel influence, making for an exciting combination that tastes like a special dessert.

The flower’s looks are the cherry on top – due to an extremely thick, dense trichome coating, they have a beautiful hue, appearing almost blue.

Explore the world of candy-like delights with similarly tasting strains such as Runtz or Candyland, and check out our extensive strain library for more similar options.



Although the creator of Sugar Cane remains unknown, the lineage of this strain is well-documented, as it is a stunning hybrid of Platinum and Slurricane. Slurricane, a Do-Si-Dos and Purple Punch descendant, gives the flower its unique sugary, fruity aroma. At the same time, Platinum’s OG Kush origins provide a potent feeling of relaxation and bliss.

Growing conditions

Sugar Cane is a robust strain that requires minimal maintenance, making it an excellent choice for novice growers. It thrives indoors and outdoors, growing to a height of 1-1.8 meters. It has a little longer flowering time, usually taking around 9 to 10 weeks, but very high yields beautifully compensate for this. The usual harvest is between 600 to 900 grams per square metre indoors and 900-1200 grams per outdoor plant.