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Super Slyme Raw Garden Disposable THC, you might think that the name of this strain is rather unusual. It is simple, short, but oftentimes forces you to think about the painful treatment that cancer patients go through. Now, that is not a pretty thought at all. So, why would people decide to try this one out? What makes this strain really interesting other than its name?
The fact that nobody really knows where it came from or how it was created, is only one reason why people get more curious to try it. Surely, theories have emerged as to its origin, but nobody can really claim to have all the rights to the creation of this strain.
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More so, Raw Garden Disposable – Sunset Daiquiri – 1G Refined Live Resin. Chemo is a very rare strain that has unknown genetics. Although, a popular theory involves a person named Dr. Suzuki who is said to have developed this strain during the late 60s to 70s at the University of British Colombia. Thus, Chemo strain is often referred to as UBC Chemo cannabis strain.
As you can see from the table, the minimum THC level of Chemo strain is higher than the average 15% in most cannabis. With a maximum of 29% THC level, you should expect a highly potent strain that can literally knock you off your feet.
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Although it is a pure Indica strain, Super Slyme strain is considered as a creeper weed. That being said, you should be up for a surprise if you decide to try this for the first time. You might not be able to appreciate right away the dominant physical high it offers, but it does not mean it cannot overwhelm you once the effect starts creeping in.
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10
Sleepy – 8
Hungry – 5
Euphoric – 4
Happy – 4
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10
Headache – 7
Dry eyes – 6
Dizzy – 3
Anxious – 2
|FRAGRANCE||Pungent, earthy, fragrant, pine|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, woody, pine|
|MEDICAL||Insomnia – 10
Pain – 8
Stress – 7
Lack of appetite – 4
Depression – 3