Royal Highness Genetics
Royal Highness by Royal Queen Seeds is a cross of Respect 13 x Dance Hall 24, both direct descendants of the high-CBD strain Juanita la Lagrimosa. The result is a 60% sativa-dominant hybrid, indica in structure but sativa in its effect, with great medicinal properties and a balanced CBD:THC ratio.
Royal Highness CBD Effects
Royal Highness is a high CBD strain with equally balanced THC levels. This provides an incredible mix of indica and sativa effects that are able to produce a cerebral high full of inspirational and creative feelings and intense relaxing sensation of body calm. This Royal Highness is the queen of keeping you focused and motivated at the same time.
Royal Highness Terpene Profile
Royal Highness scent is a mix of a sweet, fruity smell with skunk notes and a slight hint of fuel. Once broken, the buds emanate a pungent and intense earthy-pine smell. The absolutely pleasant flavor is that of sweet and tropical fruit with a hint of diesel and skunk undernotes.
Medical Benefits Royal Highness
CBD strains, particularly with a 1:1 THC/CBD ratio, are thought to have a broad range of medicinal uses including helping with pain, inflammation, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, and seizures associated with some forms of epilepsy. Strains with a balanced cannabinoid content have also been indicated to have calming effects that could help with nausea, gastrointestinal disorder, fibromyalgia, and muscle spasms. While not definitive, some research has also suggested that strains with a balanced THC and CBD ratio may help improve the restlessness, hyperactivity and inattentiveness associated with ADD/ADHD.
How to Grow Royal Highness
With its short stature, Royal Highness looks like an indica. And yet, its compact structure is still able to produce a large yield. The buds are elongated, sprinkled with trichomes and orange pistils. This great strain is at its best if put in the expert hands of an experienced grower, rewarding them with a generous harvest, especially if cultivated indoor with the SOG method. Outdoors yields per plant are slight lower but still satisfactory.