Ayahuasca Purple (dried cannabis – indica)
$12.00 – $81.48
Ayahuasca Purple is often chosen to treat conditions such as depression, insomnia, ADD or ADHD, anorexia, and chronic anxiety or stress.
Indica Dominant: 70% Indica / 30% Sativa 21% THC
Effects: Euphoria, Happy,Relaxing, Sleepy,Sociable
May Relieve: ADD/ADHD, Anorexia,Anxiety, Depression,Insomnia, Loss of Appetite
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Sold Out Rated 4.34 out of 5 based on 41 customer ratings(41 customer reviews)
Well they don’t call you a master for nothing. The plant has won 2 Cannabis Cups and is a personal Mary’s Secret fav. If you are looking for a solid kush at a great price then you found one. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Sold Out Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating(1 customer reviews)
White Widow gets its name from the fact that it is literally blanketed in white crystals. Beware though, this sweet sugary smoke starts out light but expands dramatically which can lead to heavy coughing; especially if you’re a novice smoker. This strain is perfect for outdoor activities like hanging out at the beach or taking a nice walk.
A subtle tingle will slowly start to build in the back of your head before spreading through the rest of your body with warming tendrils, leaving you with a buzzy body high that’s completely relaxing and sedative. This effect can lead many users to fall asleep, especially those who aren’t as experienced with medical cannabis. These potent effects and its high THC level give God’s Bubba the ability to treat conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, headaches, and appetite loss.
Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings(5 customer reviews)
Though not especially potent in terms of THC, Champagne Kush (aka Champagne) is an effective means of treating several medical conditions: chronic pain, depression, anxiety, loss of appetite, and nausea, among others. THC makes up no more than 15% of this strain in available tests. CBD content is much lower, less than 1%. In other words, this strain is not a good choice as a front-line treatment for epilepsy or other conditions that require that chemical. Cottonmouth and bloodshot eyes are the only widely reported adverse effects, though dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are also possible.