Paloma Strain

PARENT STRAINS:Crossed Grapefruit Fly with Durban Poison
bred BY:Weedys
INDICA OR SATIVA:70/30 sativa Hybrid
TERPENES:Limonene, Caryophyllene, Myrcene
INDOOR YIELD:500 g/ m2
OUTDOOR YIELD:600 g/ Plant

What Strain Is Paloma?

Is Paloma Indica Or Sativa?

Paloma is an sativa-dominant hybrid strain (70% Sativa/30% Indica) and the loudest strain in Chapter 3. Users can often identify this bud based on its unique visual characteristics alone. Known for its energizing, euphoric, and cerebral. effects, making it a popular choice for daytime use. Paloma strain is a high-THC flower, with levels that can reach up to 24%. Its terpene profile is dominated by pinene, which gives it a piney, earthy flavor and aroma. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced grower, this flower is a great choice for those who want to try their hand at growing cannabis at home.

Paloma Strain Info:

The lineage is a cross between Grapefruit Fly and Durban Poison marijuana strains cultivated by Weedys.


  • Grapefruit Fly x Durban Poison


Long and thin buds that are light green in color, with bright orange pistils (hairs) that curl and twist throughout the nug. Quite dense and sticky to the touch due to a high concentration of white trichomes.


Rich and satisfying smell that is both sweet and savory. Fresh and invigorating aroma, which can be quite uplifting and energizing. Paloma weed has a smooth and pleasant taste, with a subtle sweetness that lingers on the tongue. While other terpenes such as myrcene and terpinolene contribute to its spicy and floral notes.

Paloma Strain Effects?

The mental and physical effects of Paloma weed are quite distinct, and can be quite different from other strains of cannabis. Gentle boost of energy and motivation, which can be helpful for completing tasks or engaging in physical activities. It may also help to reduce chronic pain and inflammation, although this is generally mild compared to other flowers. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.


You can use a variety of different methods, such as placing the seeds in a damp paper towel or planting them directly in soil. Keep the seeds in a warm, dark place until they sprout. Paloma strain flowering time is 8-9 weeks with outdoor harvest coming in mid October. This is when the buds will start to develop. During this stage, it’s important to give your plants plenty of light and nutrients, and to monitor them for signs of pests or disease. When your plants are ready to harvest, the buds will be dense and sticky, with a strong aroma. To harvest, cut the plants down and hang them upside down to dry in a cool, dark place. After a few days, the buds should be dry enough to trim and cure. Store the buds in airtight containers in a cool, dark place until you’re ready to use them.