The cannabis strain dubbed Medusa is far more appealing to look at than the Greek myth’s goddess. Its buds have layered dark and light green flowers spotted with a dense coating of resinous trichomes. This strain emits a scent similar to blueberries, and on the exhale, the taste is like a fruity sweet tea laced with wood and earth.
Some consumers have noted that Medusa can have the effect of creating a long-lasting body buzz that relieves tension and muscle spasms. Some have experienced relief from chronic pain while others have used it to help with glaucoma. Others have tried Medusa for its potential to help with symptoms of depression as mood improves and insomnia may be addressed as well since it’s been found to occasionally lead to sedation.
THC levels of Medusa average from the mid-teens to low 20’s while CBD levels are higher than average falling at just 1%.
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Medusa’s genetics currently remain shrouded in mystery.