Queen of Hearts Strain
Queen of Hearts is a grade A marijuana strain with beautiful bright green buds and thick orange hairs, often coated with silver crystals to give it a Christmas Tree effect. At 60% it is a slightly Sativa dominant hybrid and is a mix between two very powerful strains of marijuana – Killer Queen and Deadhead OG. The THC level for Queen of Hearts is quite high, at 20-22%. The Queen of Hearts high comes on with a super-powered slam to the head of energizing and stimulating effects that launch you into a state of happy creativity and sociability. You’ll feel the urge to talk to everyone around you and laughter will come easily. As your cerebral state lifts to new heights, your body will be washed over with a sense of relaxation that fills you in your entirety without weighing you down. Queen of Hearts has a sweet fruity berry flavor with hints of cherries. Queen of Hearts is a well-balanced blend of Indica and Sativa and is an all-time favorite. Queen of Hearts smells, looks and tastes amazing, and it hits very quickly and very powerfully. Extremely potent, expect to cough on the exhale.
Why do Patients Use Queen of Hearts?
Due to its potent Indica effects, Queen of Hearts Queen of Hearts is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic pain, depression, fatigue, and chronic stress or anxiety. It is particularly effective for the treatment of social anxiety as it will stimulate extroversion. As powerful as it is, it is best to use this strain with caution. Good for use in the morning as opposed to the evening.
Medical Uses of Queen of Hearts
Side-Effects of Queen of Hearts
Information about Queen of Hearts
60% Sativa 40% Indica
A cross between Killer Queen and Deadhead OG.
Queen of Hearts has a rating of 8.6 on the stoned meter.
Queen of Hearts has a THC range between 20-22%.
Flowering time is approximately 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Does far better indoors than outdoors, preferably in a Sea of Green setup.
Queen of Hearts has a high yield.
Queen of Hearts requires moderate growing experience.
Plants need support during the flowering stage and may need to be pruned early.