Pennywise Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 8% - 15%, CBD: 12%

Pennywise, a cross of sativas Jack the Ripper and Harlequin, is known mostly for its unusually high CBD content. Those levels can top 12%, making this a good choice for patients who need treatment for seizures or other medical disorders that can be alleviated with CBD. Though its parents are decidedly sativa-dominant, Pennywise is an indica-heavy cross with a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 30:70. That makes for a mild but clear-headed physical high with a dose of euphoria. In addition to epilepsy, this strain is effective treatment for cancer symptoms, arthritis, PTSD, neurological disorders, and anxiety. The smell is pungent and woody while the flavor is sweet with notes of wood. There isn't much available data on adverse effects, but users should probably expect dry eyes, cottonmouth, and paranoia. Pennywise sells best in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Michigan, and Colorado. It may occasionally appear on the black market, but it appears to be limited mostly to legal medical markets.
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Very strong pine aftertaste, which for me is a slight con. Very uplifting, but did also give a slight high feeling. Overall it was a great stress reliever while still allowing me to focus on daily tasks. I just wish it tasted better.


Definitely My favorite strain. This is a smoke for a day/night of relief, not necessarily fun. Its skunk and pungent smell are why I bought it, and the CBD content was the highlight. Definitely worth every "penny".


This is how it makes me feel: The sunset will soothe And cool out the smooth summer sky ~ oh yeah


I don't know they got the idea that it produces paranoia. Quite the opposite. Relaxing. Removed pain quickly. Best strain for pain, nausea stress, PTSD. Also no cottonmouth. Maybe they hadn't tried it before reviewing??


I get zero paranoia from Pennywise. The opposite is true: relaxed, pain free, mind wide awake and alert. The key is dosage. A tiny amount will do a lot. I vape an amount the size of the "O" on your keyboard (ha, made you look) and it's amazing what it does for me pain-wise. I can always do more an hour or two later if I want that great pain free ride to go on. I have tried about 15 strains so far and this is one of my top 3, possibly even my favorite.


A very nice smoke and flavor, since I have not been a consumer until age 66 & am now almost 68. Just what the doctor ordered for all those aches & pains while not being harsh. These 1 to 1 THC to CBD strains are a very nice gentle choices for those not wanting a big "high". Relaxing, & pain relieving & glad I have grown this as you don't always find it available. GC


I have suffered with lower arthritic back pain for 4 years. I lost 32 pounds, exercise every morning for 30 minutes, 7 exercises for lower back pain and managed to control it. Lately nothing seemed to help so I was at the point of having my family doctor recommend a spinal specialist to me. My daughter said to me: "Mom, we have a medicinal plant for pain at our house". Well the more I thought about it I thought, why not? So to speak in proper terms "I took 2 tokes off a doobie" about 3 hours ago. At first I was a little dizzy and paranoid but after about 15 minutes a mild euphoria came over me and I am still a little high and my back pain is still completely gone.


Wonderful balance of clarity, arthritic pain relief, and a sense of well being. No paranoia, which I worry about cause of PTSD. Lighter high than most other strains. Pure joy of presence.


Today is my first time to use it because I thought it wasn't going to have much of a high but this bud is very good. Relaxing with the perfect amount of energy & creativity. It is nice to have a calming high. Keeshakay


works well with my MS!!!

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