Killer Queen is a descendant of the sativa-dominant Cinderella 99 and the infamous G-13 indica. But this sativa-dominant hybrid out of British Columbia definitely isn’t as strong as its lineage might suggest. With THC levels topping out at 20%, this is a great choice for a mellow, relaxing head high that induces creativity and delivers a peppy mood boost. The euphoria is relatively strong, coupled with an energy that’s perfect for daytime activities. This strain hits right between the eyes, with the high strongest in the face, eyes, and forehead. With a sweet, pungent smell and taste, Killer Queen is reminiscent of the tropics. It works best on pain and depression, though it also helps with anxiety and inflammation. Dry mouth is the most common side effect, while limited paranoia and red eyes are also possible. Killer Queen isn’t the easiest strain to find, especially for patients outside the Western United States and Canada. It’s most popular in British Columbia, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, and California, but it’s rarely seen elsewhere. This is a good strain for easing through a difficult day without losing energy or ambition.
Effects: Giggly, Relaxed, Euphoric, Uplifted, Sleepy
Medical: Stress, Depression, Insomnia, Pain
Parents: White Widow, Purple Skunk
Flavors: Pungent, Pungent, Earthy