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“I decided to test this strain out on stress-induced migraines. My back was already hurting from doing some yardwork during the day (and I knew it works on pain), so I decided that the next time I started having a migraine, I would smoke some.
Well, today was the day to test it. One of My acquaintances refused to be civil in a conversation, which raised My stress level to the point of causing a migraine. I went out...”
“Space Jill has become a favorite strain simply for its uplifting effects. There is no trace of sleepy couch lock with this one. It comes on slow and turns into an energetic and talkative high that I've found in few other strains. Maybe not for everyone but this sativa does wonders for my ADD and productivity.”
“Took a couple hits of this a couple hours before bed to kill a migraine that was starting up. Within a couple minutes, the migraine was gone, as was my back pain.
Unfortunately, I had a heavy weight start resting on My chest around the same time as My headache disappearing. About 10 minutes later, anxiety and paranoia set in once I received some news from someone close to Me.
Not sure if this is an isolated inc...”
“Good lunchtime/mid-day strain.
It kept me pretty focused and clear-headed for the short time the high lasted.
It did knock down some of the pain in my back and left leg, and did help take out some of the headache pressure that had been plaguing me for so long, yet it didn't leave me feeling completely loopy.”
“I smoked a little of this last night, right before bed, to see if it would settle down the pain in my back and leg. Although it took a while, it did just that, leaving just enough to remind me not to overextend myself in anyway.
There was a slight pressure in my chest, which I attribute to the smoke itself, as well as a slight body vibration. The high took a short while to come on, and did so slowly, and left the ...”