from £ 9.95 GBP
Critical Relief CBD is the medicinal version of the well-known cannabis variety called Critical Mass, a name that refers to the weight of its buds that can reach a critical mass before snapping the stems! This weed was originally created by Howard Marks' Mr. Nice seed-bank crew. It is a cross of Afghani and Skunk and is 75% sativa. It produces almost double the amount of CBD to THC.
Indoor growers will find a fast-growing plant that will be ready for harvest after only 50 - 55 days with yields of up to 550 gr/m2 of dried buds. The smell during flowering can become quite powerful therefore it is recommended that air filters should be used where this is likely to be an issue.
The flavour is deliciously sweet and very more-ish. THC production is around 6 - 8 % with CBD at 11% offering an effect that is known to be very good at relieving aches and pains as well as providing benefits for those suffering from cancer, insomnia, muscle pain, depression, anorexia, bulimia and headaches. Its higher levels of CBD will counteract the psychoactive properties of the THC providing a medicine that will not get patients really high.
|Medical Uses||Cancer,Depression,Headaches,Insomnia,Lack of Appetite,Muscle Spasm,Pain|
|Genetics||Afghani x Skunk|
All product information is provided 'as is', for informational and educational purposes only. The information is obtained from seedbanks and breeders and we cannot gurantee its accuracy. Please Note: These seeds are sold as souvenirs only. We accept no liability for customers purchasing them for any other purpose. Customers are advised that under UK law it is illegal to germinate cannabis seeds without a licence from the Home Office.
Disclaimer: Under section 9A of the missuse of drugs act 1971, it is an offence to supply or offer to supply any article which may be used or adapted to be used for taking illegal drugs, believing that the article will be used in such a way. None of these products are sold for the purpose of drug taking, preparation, or cultivation and any discussion that leads us to believe they will be will result in refusal of goods.