About this Hybrid Strain
A hybrid strain also known as “The Nirvana,” Medusa’s buds have layered dark green and light green leaves spotted with a dense coverage of extremely oily resin glands. This cannabis plant smells of blueberries, although when smoked, the flavor resembles hot tea laced with burnt wood and just a touch of moist earth.
The high generated by this cultivar starts in the head, ebbs through the body, and as it fades from the body it remains in the head for a long-lasting effect. The buzz has sedative and numbing qualities making it an ideal candidate for treating chronic body pain, muscle tension or spasms, glaucoma or other conditions that increase pressure on the eyes, depression, or insomnia. It tends to make the user feel sleepy, so it’s best reserved for evening or night time use.
Common side effects from Medusa include cottonmouth, red eyes, and slight anxiety or paranoia.
Growers would benefit from using a sea of green technique when growing Medusa on a commercial scale.
The origin and genetics of Medusa are unknown. Lab tests show it can reach between 15-20% THC and 1% CBD.