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About Crazy Miss Hyde
Don’t let the name fool you - Crazy Miss Hyde is actually a surprisingly tame, well-balanced hybrid bred of the very popular Northern Lights and sativa-heavy Belladonna strains. Hailing from Spain, Crazy Miss Hyde combines stress-relieving THC levels with pain reducing CBD to give the user a soothing smoke with long-lasting effects.
THC levels stay pretty steady at 21%, and that pairs beautifully with the 1% CBD to give an ultra-relaxing high that is heady in nature. Its vanilla scent and earthy sweet flavors will transport you to a tranquil headspace, paving the way for the mellow undertones of chocolate and menthol to sweep you off your feet. The bright green, dense nugs are covered in light orange hairs and crystal white trichomes. Sticky, sweet resin also covers each bud.
After the immediate full body rush, users will enjoy euphoric waves that wash over you throughout the hours-long high. As the high continues, the sativa side of the strain kicks in leaving you clear-headed and slightly energetic, while the indica soothes the body and leaves you feeling pain-free. The woes of the day hardly stand a chance against this strain’s natural ability to uplift the mood and keep you feeling sky high as you float through the afternoon.
Medicinal users love Crazy Miss Hyde for its ability to soothe aches and pain with the numbing properties it provides. It is also highly beneficial to those who suffer from mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, chronic stress, or bipolar disorder. The uplifting bursts of energy and happiness offer relief from even the most trying symptoms, especially that of chronic fatigue or generalized sleep disorders caused by anxiety or daytime restlessness. It is not recommended for circumstances where CBD is needed in high doses such as epilepsy or glaucoma due to the low levels in the strain.
If you are thinking of growing your own plant and are new to the green thumb game, you’re in luck because this strain is very easy to care for. Additionally, it’s a short plant that flourishes inside or outside, flowering in around 8 weeks, and will deliver an average to above average yield. The best climate for Crazy Miss Hyde is temperate and controlled.
Depending on who you ask, this strain is either born and bred in the Pacific Northwest or is a product of Spain. There are two Crazy Miss Hydes that are of two very different backgrounds. The highs are different enough that the distinction should be made upon purchase to ensure you’ll be getting the kind of effects you’re expecting.