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Brett’s Passion


Brett’s Passion  

Brett’s Passion is not a common strain of marijuana on the recreational or medical market, and there is a limited amount of official data pertaining to the strain. It is generally accepted that Brett’s Passion is an 80% Indica dominant strain that is a phenotype of the ever-popular Island Sweet Skunk/Sweet Island Skunk. Brett’s Passion has very dark green leaves with a lot of yellow and orange hairs on its surface with a noticeable absence of THC crystals, meaning it is not the best strain for the purpose of creating Hash or THC concentrates. It has a sugary sweet taste and a fruity smell of citrus and lime. Brett’s Passion is bred by Patients Choice of Colorado and it is an intense strain with an immediate hit upon ingestion. Many users report that it can be hard to focus and concentrate when under the influence of this strain, at least initially. The high is hard to describe but is quite cerebral despite its Indica dominance. The THC content of Brett’s Passion is between 17-20% but it is quite a potent strain of marijuana with a unique high. The strain can induce anxiety in some individuals as people might feel disconnected from their bodies and completely in their head, however this generally only lasts for the first 10 to 20 minutes for most people, and the cerebral effects are replaced with the typical Indica body stone which brings people back to earth in a state of gentle calm. It is a spacy strain for psychonauts that has some interesting qualities, and its effects have more in common with a Sativa dominant strain. The effects of this strain last between 2-3 hours. Users describe the Brett’s Passion high as a heavy potent experience that leaves you buzzed in both mind and body but not overly drowsy. You’ll feel calm and sedated with a moderate sense of couch-lock and feelings of distracted spaciness accompanied by some psychoactive effects that can be overwhelming to some users

Why do Patients Use Brett’s Passion?

Brett’s Passion is most effective for the treatment of pain, stress, insomnia and eating disorders. It is also said to be very effective in the treatment of nausea and stomach pains. It has been prescribed for anxiety and depression, however this can be a little risky due to the tendency of Brett’s Passion to send people into outer space. This is not what people suffering from anxiety need, as they usually require some centeredness and stability as opposed to mental stimulation. People suffering from anxiety typically need to remain more in the body as opposed to the mind. Brett’s Passion is mainly available in medical dispensaries in Colorado and is difficult to find in both the medical and the recreational market. It has some side effects including migraines and paranoia so must be prescribed to patients with caution.

Medical Uses of Brett’s Passion

Mild to Moderate Pain
Eating Disorders

Side-Effects of Brett’s Passion  

Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes

Information about Brett’s Passion


80% Indica 20% Sativa


Brett’s Passion is a phenotype of Island Sweet Skunk/Sweet Island Skunk

Stoned Meter

Brett’s Passion has a rating of 8.9 on the stoned meter.

THC Level

The THC levels of Brett’s Passion are between 17-20%


Brett’s Passion is bred by Patients Choice of Colorado.

Flowering Time

The flowering time of Brett’s Passion is between 7-9 weeks

Ideal Growing Method

Grows best outdoors in a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures in the 70 to 80-degree Fahrenheit range.

Plant Height

Brett’s Passion typically grows between 3-4 feet tall indoors and 4-6 feet tall outdoors.


Brett’s Passion has a moderate yield, between 200-450 grams per square meter indoors.

Growing Skills

Brett’s Passion is a moderately difficult plant to grow.

Potential Problems

No known problems associated with Brett’s Passion.

Comments (1)

  1. Avatar for mary holland mary holland July 28, 2017 / 4:15 am / Reply

    Would like to purchase these items.

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