Special Queen Strain
Special Queen is a well-balanced hybrid with equal Indica and Sativa genetics. Both parents, Skunk and Power Bud, are popular medical marijuana strains. Although effects are powerful, many other strains are significantly more potent, making Special Queen an ideal choice for first-time users, occasional consumers, and those who prefer lower THC levels.
This strain’s Indica genes promise a very physical high, and its Sativa genes guarantee a calm, relaxed, happy experience. Special Queen is musky and Skunky tasting with a citrusy, tealeaf aroma. Its light green buds have scattered brown hairs and side effects are particularly rare. This strain is widely available on California’s medical markets, but rather rare elsewhere.
Why Patients Use Special Queen?
Patients enjoy the heavy, sedating effects of Special Queen. It provides a mellow buzz perfect for relaxing. This powerful painkiller is suitable for treating most medical conditions, and its numbing effects make it an excellent strain for treating muscular disorders and severe body tension. Special Queen is truly a special strain, kept in many a patient’s medicine cabinet.
Medical Uses of Special Queen
Loss of Appetite
Side Effects of Special Queen
Information about Special Queen
50 percent Indica and 50 percent Sativa
Power Bud and Skunk are the proud parents of Special Queen.
This strain scores a seven on the stoned meter. It makes users high, but still able to function.
Special Queen’s THC levels range anywhere from 14 percent to 16 percent.
Royal Queen Seeds
This strain has a long flowering cycle of between 10 weeks and 12 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
You can grow this strain indoors and outdoors, but it does best outside and matures in November.
Special Queen can grow up to five feet indoors and a staggering 10 feet outdoors. This is a tall plant.
This strain offers a high yield for growers. Plants are tall with thick branching and dense buds.
Those with advanced growing skills have the most success with Special Queen.
These tall plants require some cropping and training, as space can be problematic indoors and outdoors.