This sativa-dominant strain (70% sativa/30% indica) is one of those cannabis plants that has a taste in contrast to its smell. The aroma that wafts from these buds should smell sweet with hints of berries and pine needles.
The flavor, however, has a mesquite, burnt wood taste to it.
For a sativa, its THC levels are moderate: 13-18%. This strain’s high goes straight to the brain, with healthy doses of euphoria, energy, and a general sense of feeling awesome. The uplifting properties of its smoke can get even the most apathetic patient plowing through a bout of depression, amotivation from too much stress, or the sluggishness of fatigue.
Dutch Queen is known to cause cases of cottonmouth and dry eyes in its users. Some patients sensitive to sativas may experience mild headaches from smoking too much.
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Dutch Queen originated at Buddy Boy Farms by crossing Space Queen with the Dutch Treat.