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Remedy

4.6| 116 Reviews

What is Remedy?

Remedy, a cross between Cannatonic and Afghan Skunk, is a high-CBD strain that induces little to no psychoactive effects. Remedy can reach CBD levels as high as 15% while THC is found in only trace amounts of less than 1%. Yellow-tinted buds hide under a sheath of crystal trichomes and carry a lemon-pine scent. Upon inhaling the sweet, floral notes of Remedy, the consumer is lifted into a state of mellow relaxation that differs greatly from the jarring experience induced by high THC strains. Patients looking to medicate without the pronounced head and body effects may turn to Remedy to treat seizures, pain, autism, inflammation, and anxiety disorders. Growers hoping to cultivate this highly medicinal strain should allow a 6 to 8 week flowering time in indoor gardens.

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Remedy Effects and Attributes

Relaxed
Happy
Focused
Energetic
Sleepy
Stress
Pain
Depression
Headaches
Inflammation
Dry Mouth
Dizzy
Anxious
Dry Eyes
Headache

Remedy Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks

Remedy Flavors

  • 1. Skunk
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Woody

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“I usually have high levels of anxiety with most high THC strains and have always been ultra sensitive to even low levels of THC. Even just one little hit of your typical strain sends my mind racing as I over analyze my life and stress myself out. This strain has changed the game! This version of Remedy is from Puffin Farm, has a CBD content of 15%, and a THC content of 0.67%. With the low THC level, I am able to ca...”

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“This literally replaced my depression medication. I was on heavy antipsychotic medications from post partum depression, body dysmorphic disorder, anxiety and low self worth. I call this my “happy” because it helps me maintain my mood with almost no negative outcomes.”

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