Stress Killer CBD Genetics
A mainly sativa mix of Juanita Lagrimosa x Lemon Haze x Ruderalis (60/30/10), Stress Killer CBD has been designed by Royal Queen Seeds to be a superior anti-anxiety variety for medicinal users. Juanita Lagrimosa is known for her high CBD levels, and Lemon Haze for those uplifting and euphoric properties common to good sativas.
Stress Killer Terpene Profile
Yep, you guessed it, thanks to her hazey background Stress Killer is a deliciously lemon-citrus, fruity strain. These flavors come through strong and sharp in the flavor as well, and the smoke is smooth and sweet. You may also get some spicy notes in there too. She can be very pungent: growers take heed.
Stress Killer Effects
With 11% THC to balance out her high CBD level, Stress Killer will give you a nice buzz while leaving you care-free, active and incredibly focused. Perfect for shutting down day-to-day worries and concentrating on creative projects. Notably uplifting and cerebral, thanks to her strong Haze genetics.
Medical Benefits Stress Killer CBD
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 Stress Killer CBD
She’s a typical sativa phenotype, growing tall (especially outdoors) with lanky limbs, widely spaced and long, heavy colas. Not the fastest to flower, she’ll need a good 11 weeks to reach her full potential CBD wise. That said, she will produce reliably stable product (light green, pungent and fruity bud, with a lovely dusting of trichomes) and under ideal conditions can produce a good, high yield for an autoflower. She does well both in- and outdoors, and as an auto-flowering variety is particularly suitable for novice gardeners.