CBD levels are low in this cross of Lavender and Goo – both indicas – but THC levels are very high. Lavender Goo is an indica-dominant hybrid, though the precise ratio of sativa to indica isn't widely known. The actual THC count can exceed 20%, while CBD doesn't reach 1%. In other words, this isn't the best strain for treating symptoms that respond to CBD. Indeed, it's not entirely clear what medical benefits this rare strain has. Based on its indica genes, it can presumably help patients with anxiety relax, and may be effective in treating pain. It may also be used to treat insomnia. The high is likely centered on the body, but that isn't clear, either. Neither are the potential side effects of Lavender Goo, though dry mouth at least is likely. Likewise, there are few reports describing the taste or smell of this strain, though lavender seems to be the dominant note. The buds are very dense and have a dark purple appearance. This strain really isn't common anywhere, though it might be found on some legal medical markets in the United States.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica