Caramelo Strain

Caramelo is a creamy caramel flavored sativa dominant strain that truly lives up to its name, as it is delicious not only in its effects, but also in its aroma and taste. This flower is popularly used recreationally, as well as medically, for its potent stress and pain relief and its subtle boost of energy.

Sativa/Indica %Indoor YieldOutdoor YieldFlowering Period
70% / 30%14oz/ m218oz/ plant8-9 weeks indoors, 18oz/ plant outdoors

Caramelo is an award winning strain that was created by the breeders at Delicious Seeds, who hail from Spain. This flower was created out of the Lavender indica variant, resulting in a tasty and sativa dominant plant that reeks and tastes of sweet caramel, deserving its name.

This high-yielding and potent strain has garnered quite the international following, and to no surprise, as its is unique in its flavor, further enhancing its effects. Caramelo is a little tricky to grow in private when outdoors, due to its strong aroma, but does thrive in both outdoor and indoor environments.

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    Information about Caramelo:

    ORIGINLavender indica
    EFFECTShappy – 10
    euphoric – 10
    energetic – 6
    focused – 5
    uplifted – 5
    dry mouth – 5
    dry eyes – 2
    headache – 1
    paranoid – 1
    FRAGRANCEsweet, floral, fruity, berry, blackberry
    FLAVORSsweet, flower, lavender, spicy
    MEDICALstress – 10
    pain – 5
    depression – 5
    fatigue – 5
    lack of appetite – 1
    THC CONTENT %19%-20%
    CBD %1%
    INDICA / SATIVA %30% / 70%
    INDOOR YIELD14oz/ m2
    OUTDOOR YIELD18oz/ plant
    CLIMATEwarm and dry outdoor climate
    RESISTANCE TO DISEASEresistant to common molds and mildew

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    Caramelo is a sweet and spicy strain that is perfect for those users who are seeking out an enlightening and happy experience, as it will leave you in a state of bliss. This plant is said to woo even those who prefer to smoke a more indica variant, which says a lot about its effects.

    This strain can make you feel excited and euphoric, allowing you to slow down without feeling like you are going to get stuck on the next couch. Caramelo can make you turn a frown upside down, as it is invigorating and will make you feel like you are treating yourself to an experience.

    Caramelo Effects
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    Caramelo will give you a bit of an energy push without making you jumpy, and it can allow you to stay more focused on any task, making you more productive. If you just need a bit of a mood booster, then this strain is one to consider, as it will leave you feeling uplifted and relaxed.


    Caramelo is a sweet bud, and this will become obvious to you immediately – as soon as you crack it open, it will flood you with its intense lavender and fruity aroma. This strain also contains hints of blackberry and floral, with subtle hints of fresh and wild berries.


    Caramelo is so tasty, it can easily become one of your favorite overnight. This strain will taste spicy and lavender on the inhale, coating the inside of your mouth with an interesting blend. On the exhale, you can expect a sweet and floral note to linger on the surface of your tongue.

    Adverse Reaction

    Caramelo can have some side effects due to its potency, and might leave you feeling a bit dizzy at first, especially if you consume it in higher doses or are not used to smoking a potent strain. It is best approached gingerly at first as to not overwhelm yourself.

    Caramelo Adverse Reaction
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    Other adverse effects when smoking this bud may include a feeling of being parched, complete with a slight dry mouth and dry and itchy eyed sensation. Caramelo can also leave you with a slight headache, or make you feel mildly paranoid or nervous, but this is quite a rarity.

    We don’t currently sell Caramelo seeds. Check out other sativa dominant seeds in our marijuana seed bank.


    Caramelo is a useful medical strain and has been widely recommended for the treatment of chronic stress disorders. It allows patients to slow down their thoughts while still staying focused and alert, and encourages them to think more positively and not cave in to their fears.

    Other medical uses for this strain include that for the treatment of chronic pain. Caramelo can help soothe those who might be dealing with back aches and migraines, allowing them to feel less weighed down by the physical pain, and reducing their feelings of stress at the same time.

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    Caramelo can help patients who struggle with depression too, while at the same time combating their chronic fatigue, which will make it easier for them to stay active and less sluggish. If you need a little help regaining your appetite, this strain may help induce a gentle push of the munchies.

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      Caramelo can be surprisingly easy to grow, as it is resistant to most common molds and mildew, and can be cultivated in slightly more humid settings. This strain yields well, much to the delight of growers everywhere, and likes a lot of sunshine and warmth.

      Flowering Time


      Caramelo grown indoors can yield an average of about 14 ounces of bud per square meter planted, and can be expected to take around 8 to 9 weeks to fully flower and be ready for a harvest.


      Caramelo grown outdoors can be expected to yield an estimated average of about 18 ounces of bud per plant, and should be ready for a harvest around the middle to the end of October.


      1. Lavender indica

      FAQ About Caramelo Strain

      What is the Caramelo strain yield?

      14oz/ m2 indoors, 18oz/ plant outdoors

      How much THC does Caramelo have?


      What are the origins of the Caramelo strain?

      Lavender indica

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Caramelo? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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