Papaya {{value}} {{symbol}}Pap {{category}}Indica

Papaya

4.2| 137 Reviews

What is Papaya?

Papaya is an indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that is known for producing effects that might be more in line with a traditional sativa. The indica element of this strain does provide a mental calmness, but many consumers also find that this strain makes them energetic and productive. Nirvana Seeds bred this to be their take on a Mango strain and crossed Citral #13 with Ice #2 to make their own fruit. They met their own challenge and Papaya smells uncannily like its namesake. The taste is similar to its tropical fruit counterpart, but a spicy, peppery side also becomes apparent. The plants stay fairly short and thin, producing lots of fluffy buds with papaya-orange hairs in 8 or 9 weeks.

Where to Buy Papaya

View All ()

Papaya Effects and Attributes

Relaxed
Happy
Creative
Euphoric
Uplifted
Pain
Stress
Depression
Inflammation
Insomnia
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Dizzy
Anxious
Paranoid

Papaya Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks

Papaya Flavors

  • 1. Tropical
  • 2. Citrus
  • 3. Mango

Review Highlights

View All (137)

Most Helpful

“Feels like a Sativa for about an hour - hour and a half... After that - BAM! Indica, all the way, night night. ZZZZZ. Unfortunately, I am sick, so I can't say much about the taste, or smell. =/. From what I am able to taste... I get slightly sweet, fruity undertone, over a piney, fresh clean smell, with a slight pungent edge. Produces a thick white smoke, quickly. It makes me cough easily. Pretty groggy feeling, I ke...”

Most Recent

“Papaya - a very tiny dab. I feel the horrible anxiety and now a sense of calm come over me. My stomach even relaxes. With Crohns that’s a major deal. I feel also happier. Lmk eyes get a bit heavier but this does ultimately feel more like a hybrid as the mental and uplifting effects are so in your face it’s wonderful. I now feel my muscles 💪 completely relax as I slump into my chair. I’m smiling and enjoying sharin...”

Photos

View All (47)