Red poison is a nicely balanced hybrid cannabis strain (sometimes indica-dominant) that produces buds with dark red and deep purple hues. It emits a scent that’s both skunky and fruity, reminiscent of grapes and citrus combined.
THC levels of Red Poison range between 14-16%. Its high will relieve the mind of racing thoughts, pulling it into a state of euphoria and relaxation. As thoughts become hazy, the body is relieved of aches, often leaving the consumer feeling lazy or sleepy – though it will not fully sedate. Because of this, Red Poison is best consumed in the evenings or on a lazy day when no tasks are needed to be done. Reviewers note its ability to help with chronic pain, muscle spasms, and mild depression.
Negative effects are rare with Red Poison, but note that most strains may cause paranoia or anxiety when improperly consumed.
It takes about eight weeks for Red Poison to fully flower, though reviewers have stated that it can take up to ten.
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The parents of this strain are a cross between the two indicas Green Poison and Hindu Kush. It’s auto-flowering, a trait stemming from its Pakistani landrace genetics (Hindu Kush). Red Poison first blossomed under the care of Sweet Seeds.