About Green Queen
Though it is often stated as a cross of Green Crack and Space Queen, Green Queen's true origins are still shrouded in mystery. What is known is that the strain is Indica dominant and produces a powerful odor that often smells of french onion soup, garlic bread or beef stew. Even though no one knows the breeder or genetics of the strain, it was found in Oregon. Green Queen tends to be a creeper that sets on slow and mellow, relaxing the body and mind for a good night's rest. With the effect being more sedative-like this strain should be reserved for night time use.
Unfortunately, Green Queen does not seem to be easily available to the world for growing and as such growing information is lacking. Those that have released grow journals tend to keep it inside and a few have had pest problems. Lab tests show that Green Queen can carry a THC count as high as 18 percent.
A very good strain, indeed, the way it's grown in WA. Not shaved like a Brazillian, great for grinding, and the taste is smoother than many. Great body high, which is euphoric before sending me off to dreamland. My latest fave, because the prices are so good, since the cachet hasn't hit yet.