Green Queen Sativa Strain

green queen strain reviewGreen Queen is a hybrid strain that comes from crossbreeding Green Crack and Space Queen. As for color it has yellows and golden oranges which contrast with brilliant green buds that are both compact in size and laden with crystals. Green Queen is 70% Cannabis Sativa and only 30% Cannabis Indica. Green Queen has an earthy smell and tickles the spicy taste buds.

Medical Uses of Green Queen

The medicinal applications of Green Queen leave it wonderful for coping with high levels of stress and/or excessive degrees of pain. It also has a notable effect on fits of nausea, headaches, and depressive episodes.

When prescribed for medical issues, Green Queen is recommended for patients plagued with anxiety, gastrointestinal issues, shell shock, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraine headaches, and even premenstrual syndrome.

General Effects of Green Queen

Those that use Green Queen have been noted to experience an excellent sense of euphoria, with slightly less powerful sensations of happiness, inspiration, tranquility, and awe for life.

Drawbacks of Green Queen

The leading negatives experienced by those that partake of Green Queen would be dry eyes, dry mouth, dizzy spells, headaches, and/or bouts of anxiety. These conditions are listed in order of most frequent occurrences to least frequent occurrences and anxiety usually comes from less experienced users not ready for the cerebral effect.

Users Input on Green Queen

  • Green Queen is a very strong buzz that permeates the entire body and trickles up to the head. To that end, this particular strain is not recommended for newcomers to cannabis. No more than two uses are necessary for the strain to work its magic. However, the magic of this strain kicks in swiftly, within 5 to 10 minutes, and easily leads to the sensation known as “couch lock,” as well as a greatly stimulated appetite level.
  • Green Queen is especially useful to individuals that have a mountain of monotonous tasks ahead of them. Time seems to fly by after a single use, usually with that pile of work completed without really needing to pay attention.

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