Catatonic Marijuana Strain

Hybrid Strain Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 7% - 15%, CBD: 15%

Catatonic, also known more commonly as “Cannatonic,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the potent MK Ultra X G-13 Haze strains. With CBD levels that typically hit about 15% on average and a moderate THC level that can fall anywhere between 7 – 15%, Catatonic is a highly medical strain that's ideal for any patient and pretty much any condition. Catatonic has a mellow and uplifted high that fills you with a sense of energy and euphoria while boosting your mood almost immediately after toking. As your head high builds, your body will slowly fall into a state of light relaxation that won't weigh you down but will serve to ease away any aches and pains. With its high CBD level and mellow full bodied effects, Catatonic is perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, hyperactivity, inattentiveness, inflammation, and depression. Catatonic buds have piecey long forest green nugs with light amber hairs and a coating of super frosty tiny white crystal trichomes. This bud has a flavor of sweet earthy citrus with a tangy woody aftertaste that lingers long after you finish toking. The aroma is very much the same with a touch of sour lemon and kush that can be detected as the nugs are broken apart and burned.
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Stop Smoking & Chew The Raw Herb! - I suffer from chronic back pain and muscle spasms all over my body and I have found relief 10 times greater than smoking but placing a small bud under my tongue. Since this is a high CBD strain that means that it is high in CBDa (the unconverted form of CBD). I have noticed a drastic difference in doing this compared to smoking it and anyone suffering from MS, Chronic Back pain or any other muscle issues should definitely try this method of consumption.

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