- feminized seeds
- genetics: Gelato x Frost OG
- 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
- flowering time: 65 days
- aroma: Vanilla, sweet, candy
- outdoor harvest: begin / mid October
- THC level: up to 29%
- indoors and outdoors
- medicinal use for: pain, stress, lack of appetite
In a mega chase for phenotypes, we searched thousands of plants to develop our vanilla frosting. After we found the strongest Gelato among thousands, we crossed it with an extremely resinous and aromatic Frost OG, which was also found after a long journey of selection among thousands. Vanilla Frosting is the highlight of all Gelato varieties of the past few years and has an extraordinarily strong and resilient growth.
The flowers become dense and sparkle silvery due to their thick resin layer. Some phenotypes get a beautiful purple shimmer during flowering. The aroma of Vanilla Frosting is overwhelmingly delicious and has a clear vanilla note with sweet aromas that are reminiscent of candy. You don’t want to stop smoking it. However, you should be careful because this strain is highly potent and can easily catapult you on an adventure trip into space. You won’t be able to come back from this anytime soon.
The plants of this variety form long, large and heavy flowers that drown in resin and sparkle like ice crystals. The incredibly sweet and delicious vanilla taste is followed by a fuel high, which is driven, among other things, by an exhilaratingly high THC content of up to 29%.
The effects of vanilla frosting are overwhelming and heavy in every way. They start with a good mood and are like an energetic rush that ends in deep physical relaxation. The soft and creamy smoke hits you quickly and unmistakably.
Vanillla Frosting is a balanced mix of indica and sativa effects that provides both energy and complete relaxation and gives the mind an extra boost. Vanilla Frosting’s potency is wonderfully strong and can easily destroy inexperienced users.
Vanilla frosting develops excellently for both indoor and outdoor growing and forms strong side branches. It reacts well to different cultivation methods and plant training.