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Another new feminized cannabis strain from Royal Queen Seeds’ selection of Medicinal Cannabis Seeds. Royal Highness is a cross of Respect and Dance Hall. Respect is a cross of Juanita la Lagrimosa, the high CBD strain, and Cannalope Haze, a great Sativa. This, combined with the Dance hall, a beautiful Spanish hybrid, has produced a powerful marijuana strain with an almost equal ratio of CBD and THC, meaning great medicinal potential.
Like all high CBD strains, Royal Highness is not as psychoactive as some of the higher THC strains, which can be better for medical users. The effect is a very clear, active high with very little narcotic ‘stoned’ effect. These types of strains have been used for their anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-anxiety and/or anti-spasm effects.
Royal Highness is an interesting strain with an Indica structure but a more Sativa-like effect. It will grow to a height of around 80 to 110 cm, which is very manageable for most growers. The smell is a mix of haze, skunk and sweet fruits. The taste is smooth, sweet and a little bit skunky.
Royal Highness yields around 110 to 125 grams of fine medicine per plant with a flowering period of 8 to 9 weeks. Though designed for medical users, this is also a good cannabis strain for growers looking to try something different.
Shiva skunk The Lord of Bhang is one of many titles given to the Hindu deity Shiva, and itâ€™s said that he discovered the amazing properties of cannabis while meditating amidst a stand of ganja plants. Of all the gods, Shiva is most frequently seen to enjoy cannabis in all its forms and many of his devotees imbibe hashish as a sacrament. more >> Flowering: 45-55 days (end of October) Height: 125 cm (150-300 cm) Yield: up to 125 gr (up to 500 gr)
Big Bud, Skunk and Afghani come together in Dutch Delight – a solid and powerful cannabis strain that has been refined to almost pure Indica.
The Netherlands is a very compact country, yet through efficient use of botany and technology Holland has always had a reputation for agricultural excellence. A surprisingly large proportion of the decorative flowers sold all over the world are grown in the Netherlands. Similarly, the tens of thousands of kilos of indoor cannabis sold through the coffeeshops each year are mostly Dutch-grown.
Even more interesting is the fact that much of this fabulous harvest is produced in small, unobtrusive spaces – bedrooms, attics and garages. The secret is simply good genetics in the hands of skilled and competitive growers, who have been sharing knowledge for decades, while always trying to maximise yield and potency in small grow-spaces.
Dutch Delight captures those years of improvment and evolution in a feminised commercial strain.