- Posted by Options Medical Center
- On September 24, 2018
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Sneeze #3 is one of the hottest strains on the market right now. A perfectly named child of Ft. Collins Cough and Ghost OG, Sneeze comes into the world with a considerable reputation to live up to. Legalization is well underway in Colorado. Over the years local breeders not only grew into their craft, but they’ve also been able to push the envelope while creating more and more incredible strains every year. Sourced from a well-known Colorado breeder, Sneeze #3 is a perfect example of how fantastic cannabis can indeed be.
Sneeze exhibits a remarkably robust aroma of pine, backed by subtle hints of citrus, and produces an energetic, clear-headed high that’s both stimulating and enjoyable. The flower, oily and dense, trims down quite nicely after harvest to create a tight, well-formed bud. Testing as high as 35% THC, Sneeze #3 is one of the most potent strains in history. The off-the-charts potency, the rarity of the cut, and amazing flavor make Sneeze quite tricky to find around town, though some shops seem to have a better supply than others.
The purpose of Sativa Strains
While some strains can undoubtedly have a calming effect, Sativa varieties of cannabis are well-known for their uplifting and energetic effects. By lending a sense of euphoria, these strains are thought to diminish worry while stimulating creativity and free-flowing thought. Many patients with depression and other mood-related symptoms report great success with Sativa strains as their carefree nature can both brighten the mood and lift the spirits. Due to their motivating nature, Sativa’s are best enjoyed from early morning to late afternoon.
Sativa vs. Indica?
For most people that are new to marijuana, the effects of Indica are often confused with the effects of cannabis in general. A potent Indica will present the typical stony, couch-lock, eat everything in the cupboard type of high that many feel represents cannabis as a whole. As Indica strains present much more of a body high, the relaxing and sedative quality of these varieties can work quite well for insomnia, chronic pain, appetite stimulation, and muscle tension.
Standing in stark contrast to Indica’s, Sativa strains bring a sense of euphoria and general well-being to the mind. Considered to be much more of a head high, these strains can offer an encouraging sense of motivation that’s helpful for making it through a long day. These varieties contain more THC and less CBD than Indica strains will, and while they won’t work quite as well for pain, they excel at boosting creativity and the imagination.
With Sativa, Moderation is Key
The high THC content of these varieties is not to be underestimated. Too much THC can cause anxiety, paranoia, nausea, and general dysphoria. For new smokers, even a few generous tokes are enough to turn the session unpleasant in a hurry. For the best experience, begin with small amounts and allow a bit of time to pass between each hit. Contact Options Medical Center in for with any further questions!