This nearly complete sativa cannabis plant (100% sativa) bears incredibly colorful flowers spanning a range of lime greens, forest greens, and shades of purple. Space Needle smells of dark berries and pine trees, and when burned it tastes like earthy variants of blueberries and blackberries.
Lab tests put its cannabinoid content at 16-20% THC. It’s more potent than the average strain, if grown correctly.
Space Needle is most sought after creative types: writers, musicians, artists, and other performers who rely on constant mental stimulation to create new and exciting works. It provides an instant shot of energy to the brain, and the buzz is relatively long-lasting compared to most sativas. Because of its uplifting effects, it may work well for combating depression, stress, or fatigue, too.
The most commonly reported side effect from Space Needle is cottonmouth. Those sensitive to sativas may experience anxiety or headaches, especially in higher doses.
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Born in Washington state, Space Needle gets its name from the towering monument in Seattle. It’s a cross between Vortex and Blue Dream,