The chunky, lime-green flowers from Royal Highness are mostly sativa-quality (60% sativa/40% indica). They smell like spicy skunk when coming out of the container, and when burned their flavor is similar to charred wood mixed with a pungent cheese.
Royal Highness won 3rd place for Best CBD Flower at the Colorado Cannabis Cup in 2016.
Because this strain has such a high CBD content, the buzz it generates tends to be calming and incredibly clear headed. Focus and functionality is easy on Royal Highness. The high CBD content also makes it ideal for controlling seizures, convulsions, and spasms, but be sure to check with a caregiver and a medical doctor before taking this strain on as a medical treatment for those conditions. It may also work well for pain, nausea, and stress.
Possible side effects from Royal Highness include cottonmouth and red eyes.
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Royal Highness is a cross between Respect and Dance Hall. Lab tests put its cannabinoid content at an average of 14% THC and 14% CBD.