About Kill Bill
Named for the uber-popular Quentin Tarantino franchise, Kill Bill is a balanced hybrid created by Reservoir Seeds. The strain is a cross between Killer Queen and heavy indica Willy’s Wonder and carries a uniquely floral aroma. It also offers consumers a smooth balance between mental and physical effects. Kill Bill’s THC content has been gauged at between 15% and 30%.
Kill Bill’s distinctive flowers are impressively large; these walnut-sized buds have a roughly rounded shape and cling together in an unmistakably indica structure. The small leaves, which spiral tightly inward toward their stems, are a mossy green and are offset by vibrant yellow hairs (which are actually pistils, reproductive structures meant to catch pollen). Finally, resinous white trichomes cover every visible nook and cranny of these eye-catching flowers.
Despite its violent name, Kill Bill has a pleasant and mellow aroma. The buds have a fresh, floral smell, accented by some woodsy, earthy notes. Grinding up the buds, on the other hand, gives off more of a tangy, skunky odor. Despite this acrid scent, though, Kill Bill’s flowers burn with a smooth and palatable smoke when combusted in a pipe or a joint. It tastes sour and somewhat herbal on the exhale. Smokers who are trying to maintain discretion should be warned that this strain can be very pungent.
Kill Bill sets in quickly, exerting head-focused effects on the unassuming smoker. Initially, strange tics may manifest, like a twitch or an increased pulse in the temples. Some fans also report reddening in the cheeks or a stimulation of the salivary glands. Soon after, consumers tend to experience a change in their patterns of thinking, characterized by more intense or ponderous attention paid to otherwise mundane topics. Thoughts may also flow more quickly than usual, jumping from one to the next in free association. This focused mindset can allow for work on complicated, detail-oriented tasks, as well as creative personal projects. It can also encourage chattiness in social situations, even when it’s shared with relatively new acquaintances.
After some time, Kill Bill begins to supplant its stimulant effects with more relaxing ones. Smokers may feel distinctly relaxed as they find themselves able to breathe more deeply. At this point, any traces of bodily tension may evaporate, giving way to a slow, sinking feeling in the core and limbs. That’s not to say that Kill Bill will totally immobilize all users, though; couchlock only becomes a danger as dosage is increased. In fact, this strain’s eventual combination of mental and physical effects makes it a fun accompaniment to activities that require both the body and mind -- like exercise and, under the right conditions, sex. Because of its slow dip in energy levels, Kill Bill is recommended for later afternoon or evening toking.
Kill Bill’s versatility can have some benefits for medical cannabis patients also. The cerebral head high that comes with the strain’s onset may allow those with attention deficit disorder to maintain extended focus. Additionally, its mood-enhancing properties can be a temporary relief for those with mild to moderate stress or depression. On the physical end of the spectrum, this bud may alleviate aches and pains, both long term and temporary. Its anti-inflammatory properties, meanwhile, can take care of everyday afflictions like nausea and cramps. Because its thought-provoking nature can veer into paranoia in the wrong set and setting, however, Kill Bill is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic or paranoia.
Seeds of Kill Bill have not been made available for purchase online. Prospective home growers should obtain clippings of healthy plants of the strain that can be fostered as genetically identical “clones.” Kill Bill can be grown indoors or out, with outdoor cultivation calling for a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Plants are on the short and bushy side and usually flower within 7 to 8 weeks when grown indoors.