Gods Green Crack (dried cannabis – sativa dominant)
$8.00 – $212.80
Gods Green Crack is a fairly balanced hybrid strain that was designed to lighten up the heavy effects of God Flower with the high-energy buzz of the Green Crack sativa. The effects lift the user’s mood while relaxing their body. They should feel energetic, creative, and extremely full of life. This is a great fire starter when you want to set the day in high gear or you just feel like running wild through the forest.
Sativa Dominant: 65% Sativa 35% Indica / THC 24% CBD 0%
Effects: Creative, Energizing, Euphoria, Giggly, Happy
May Relieve: ADD/ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Nausea, Stress
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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating(1 customer reviews)
$10.00 – $266.00
Known to be an effective mediation for anxiety, pain, migraine headaches, stress, depression, and mood disorders. The high is said to be intensely euphoric and happy, with a strong dose of creativity a clear-headed outlook. Paranoia and cottonmouth are the adverse effects most commonly reported by users of Hawaiian Punch, though dry eyes, dizziness, and headaches are also possible.
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$10.00 – $266.00
Do-Si-Dos is an indica-dominant strain that has medical-grade potency and works well as sedative. The high comes on strong with a cerebral rush followed by happy and sleepy introspection. This one keeps you in deep thought so if you are trying and not really in a social mood. Take it from this girl, not something to take when it’s date night.
Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings(5 customer reviews)
$5.00 – $1,008.00
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.