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Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Limonene, caryophyllene, myrcene
Helps with
Stress, fatigue, pain
Ease of growing
When to use






Very High
Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Watermelon cannabis offers a unique experience, described by users as profoundly relaxing. This is an Indica-leaning hybrid with THC levels ranging around  22%. This cultivar, also known for a gentle mental uplift, has THC levels as high as 29% in some phenotypes.

Additionally, certain cuts of Watermelon have been found to contain CBD levels of around 1%, which can contribute to its therapeutic properties without inducing overwhelming psychoactive effects.


The high starts with a cerebral sense of ease, leading to a relaxing body high that can become sedative. On the way to sleep, you feel a sense of creativity and calm, perfect for engaging in reflective solo activities or conversations.

Users also report an initial euphoria, which tends to be short-lasting. These cerebral experiences tend to end with a couch-lock effect, mainly when taken in higher quantities.


It is celebrated for helping ease stress, fatigue, and chronic pain. People with muscle conditions, arthritis, or mood disorders may appreciate the Watermelon flower. The strain’s effects are diverse, providing both a euphoric uplift and deep sedation, which can be especially helpful for managing anxiety and promoting sleep.

Side effects

The main side effects include dry mouth and dry eyes, common to many strains. Some users may experience dizziness or slight paranoia, especially with higher doses due to its potent THC content. It’s recommended to consume Watermelon in moderation, particularly for those new to cannabis or strains with higher THC levels.

Taste & Smell


Watermelon is renowned for its vibrant burst of flavour and aroma that mirrors its namesake. Described as having an incredible terpene profile, Watermelon’s flavour is a symphony of tropical, fruity, and sour notes with a pungent presence.

The aroma is likened to fragrant wood, being musky and tropical with a very sweet finish. The buds are dense, and covered in trichomes, showcasing the strain’s potent and high-quality genetics.



The Watermelon strain is an indica-dominant hybrid with a genetic makeup of 80% indica to 20% sativa. Although the exact lineage is not definitively known, it’s believed to be derived from the Berry family due to its fruity characteristics.

This alignment with the Berry family is evident in its flavour profile, which boasts a fresh, sweet watermelon and sugary fruit taste.

Growing conditions

Watermelon is a versatile strain suitable for novice and experienced growers. It thrives best outdoors in a warm and sunny climate with plenty of air circulation.

For those preferring indoor cultivation, the Sea of Green (SOG) method is recommended to maximise yield.

Its flowering time is about 8-9 weeks with yields known to be bountiful.