Suzy Q is a high-CBD, low-THC strain that helps treat symptoms with little to no high. This hybrid is great for daytime use or by those who want to relieve chronic pain, anxiety, nausea, arthritis, and muscle spasms.
What if Suzy Q good for?
Possible side effects of Suzy Q?
- Dry mouth
The aroma of this high CBD strain is sweet skunky pine. Some have been tested as high as 25% CBD. By averaging less than 1% THC it’s flowers have fewer trichomes.
It is heavy in B-Myrcene. B-Myrcene is described as having an earthy, fruity clove-like odor. It also contains B-Caryophyllene which has a spicy odor and also contains A-pinene which produces a pine flavor.
My experience with Suzy Q is positive. Smoking it after a stressful day brings me to a calm state of mind. I feel really relaxed and stress-free.
Some may associate that feeling with euphoria. The Suzy Q that I tried is sold by Tweedle Farms.
Tweedle Farms make organically grown Suzy Q hemp flowers which are greenhouse grown from clones, contains no seeds and contains on average over 14% CBD, .09% Δ9-THC with giant colas.
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