Vortex is an 80-20 Sativa dominant strain which is renowned for its vortex like cerebral high. It is very euphoric and noted for its Sativa like effects as opposed to its relaxing sedative qualities. Users can be prepared to go on a cerebral journey with Vortex, and it is well suited for its recreational properties. Its parents are Space Queen and Apollo 13, so it really is a strain made for space cadets. It comes with a sour lemon aroma. It is an energetic and sometimes disorientating strain that is best reserved for veteran users. It comes with bright orange hairs, and has a nice berry tasting flavor. Vortex is the winner of many cannabis awards including the 2010 High Times Medicinal Cup and the 2010 Cannabis Cup. It has an earthy lemon flavor. Vortex is also useful for enhancing creativity, and is one of the most sought-after marijuana strains in the world.
Why do Patients Use Vortex?
Vortex is useful for certain cases of depression, anxiety and stress and also for alleviating migraines and headaches. It is best taken in the afternoon for its energetic and mood enhancing qualities. The effects of Vortex are best described as uplifting, energetic and euphoric, making Vortex an ideal pick me up during the afternoon. However, Vortex can be a two-edged sword and should be used responsibly. Ironically, it can make anxiety levels shoot up if too much is inhaled. If overused the effect can become psychedelic, which is bad news for those suffering from anxiety. It has very strong effects for such a moderate THC content. It’s nice taste sometimes means too much Vortex is ingested and the result is a real cerebral high. Vortex is mostly used for recreational purposes as opposed to medicinal and not meant for first time users.
Medical Uses of Vortex
Side-Effects of Vortex
Information about Vortex
80% Sativa 20% Indica.
Vortex is a cross between Space Queen and Apollo 13.
Vortex has a rating of 8.6 on the stoned meter.
The THC content is typically anywhere from 17 percent to 20 percent.
Approximately 7-9 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
Indoor using soil or hydroponics. Highly suited to the Sea of Green method.
3- 4.5 Feet.
Has a low Yield.
A high level of experience is required for growing this plant. It is not for the faint of heart and it needs a lot of care and attention.
Very difficult to grow and requires constant care and attention