About Pandora's Box
Pandora's Box is remembered through folklore and greek mythology as the container that unleashed the world's ills, however, the Sativa-dominant hybrid of the same name shall never be associated with such evil. That's not to say though that it's extremely potent cerebral effects can't be quite overwhelming to some - especially for novice users.
This strain fills users with energy and, for many, the giggles. Some users may also find themselves easily lost in deep thought for long periods of time before returning to reality.
Expect this high to last between 2 and 2.5 hours depending on amount consumed. After the initial boost in cerebral stimulation, the body and mind can become quite lazy and even fatigued. Use with caution when baking this strain into edibles as it can bring on dizziness, anxiety and paranoia if dosing is miscalculated. Dry mouth and eyes will likely be encountered by most users as well.
Many patients choose this strain to relieve their anxiety, stress, nervousness and depression stemming from PTSD, bi polar disorder or other depression-related disorders. Those suffering from the devastating effects of migraines may find Pandora's Box useful in managing both severity and frequency. Arthritis, nausea and glaucoma are also on the list of illnesses that this strain may be able to treat.
Pandora's Box is a cross between Jack the Ripper and Space Queen, giving it a exceptional lineage featuring high THC and CBD contents. This strain was bred by Subcool's The Dank Seeds. Flowering for around 63 days, the strain grows best when topped and bound. Rarely reaching over five feet, Pandora's Box is said to have rather large yields.
A Loss of Appetite6/10
I felt slightly tired/relaxed during and after the first joint and nothing much after (besides dry eyes). Another joint later, I am neither stoned nor high. The buds have a weak odor and the taste is somewhere on the scale between wood and tobacco, with a hint of old shoe. BOTTOM LINE: No smell. Meh taste. Little psycho-active effect.