Strain of the Week – Anesthesia!

Northern Lights #5 x Black Domina

Anesthesia behaves like its name.  Given that its parents are two very archetypal indicas, Anesthesia is strain you can trust for relief from your physical pain. While it is a great strain for relaxing, it leaves the mind alert and inquisitive so you can remain functional and still feel your physical pain melt away. The dense buds are a lovely light green and covered in THC crystals and orange hairs. The aroma is pungent and sharp with a faint hint of citrus. Anesthesia has a quick onset and is a perfect smoke for those who want joint and muscle pain relief; it also can help boost creativity and relieve nausea and headaches.

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2 Responses to Strain of the Week – Anesthesia!

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