All good Royals are surrounded by rumors, and Princess’ are about her origins. It’s said that she may have roots in Amsterdam and is allegedly cultivated from seeds that were found in a bag of hybrid Jack Herer in a cannabis coffee shop. This sativa-leaning strain is a phenotype that expresses a pungent aroma and energetic effects.
For those who come in expecting a similarly sweet and piney flavor profile, like her rumored parent Jack Herer, may be disappointed to find that Princess gives off some earthy, musky fumes, with some underlying sweet scents. Her scent changes to a more of pungent, skunky odor when broken apart and sparking her in a joint may give off an intense, acrid smoke that could irritate the palate or cause watery eyes. But, she comes back to her sweet side with a nice exhaling smoke that tastes simultaneously sweet and sour.
After proper introductions, you’ll become privy to an altered state marked by fast-paced thinking with a cerebral energy that may help you get the job done, whether it’s a detailed task or creative project. Even if you’re not feeling very motivated, she can supply a pleasant buzz that makes those mundane tasks more tolerable. Sometimes Princess’ head high can manifest in trippy sensory effects, like mild auditory hallucinations or a distortion of visual depth perception. If you dig these properties, give them a boost with moody enhancements like a visually dynamic film. When you’re finished taking care of the kingdom, Princess begins to melt into a more body-focused high. A ripple of relaxation rolls through the body, allowing for deep restorative breathing where you may feel freed of any stubborn areas of muscular tension. This is the time to enjoy a glass of wine, some snacks and a good board game with friends, but, it can also set the stage for some pleasant, introspective solo time. Princess is best enjoyed in afternoon or evening, when you can slay dragons then enjoy the decline into drowsiness.
She’s the people’s princess who cares for both recreational and medical communities. The rush of mental acuity that comes with her arrival can help to direct focus if you struggle with ADD, while her calming energy may take the bite out of pressure felt by stress or depression. She also helps soothe aches and pains, and her anti-inflammatory properties may alleviate daily discomforts. Put yourself in a relaxed surrounding, and she can even help you to sleep, making it a viable aid for insomnia. Because she can induce some recursive, obsessive thinking patterns, Princess isn’t recommended for those of you who are sensitive to THC or prone to paranoia – you might think everyone’s after your crown.
Royal’s secrets run deep, so it comes as no surprise that Princess’ seeds aren’t available. If you’re lucky enough to get a clone, use rumored parent strain Jack Herer as a guide. Based on Jack we can surmise that plants grow rather tall and branchy, which may occasionally need to be trim back, and flowering should reach maturity within 9 to 10 weeks.
A potent, multifaceted smoke, Princess can provide hours of entertainment and dynamic effects that are sure to please subjects throughout the kingdom.