Quick One

THC
CBD
13%

Very Low

0%

Very Low

60% Indica
Night
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
13%

Very Low

0%

Very Low


Typical Effects

Common Usage


About Quick One

Among one of the first auto-flowering strains, Quick One is derived from the very first strain to ever auto-flower, named Lowryder. While most often cannabis connoisseurs speak of the Indica or the Sativa, what really makes this strain special is the Cannabis Ruderalis. Ruderalis has a rather low THC count but has certain growth traits that are desirable. Auto-flowering, the ability for a plant to flower without needing to change the lighting cycle, is one particular trait. This strain is extremely relaxing and calming, releasing the body from nearly any aches, pains or spasms. Often described as narcotic, this strain can be very potent and easily bring on sleep.

When Royal Queen set out to create Quick One, they chose Lowryder #2 by the Joint Doctor, which led to it being among the fastest maturing strains of the time. Lowryder #2 genetics are a concoction that includes Northern Lights, Williams Wonder and a Mexican Ruderalis. In the end Quick One's genetics contain ten percent Sativa, 60 percent Indica and thirty percent Ruderalis. Though this strain can be grown outside, needing a mere eight to nine weeks to finish, it's height of 60 centimeters makes it an ideal indoor plant. Quick One's harvest is a little below average, most often yielding around 45 grams per plant, but it's ease of growth still makes it a favorite among some growers. The strain has a THC range of ten to twelve percent.


Common Usage
Typical Effects
THC Content

Highest Test13%

Strain Average12%

Indica Average12.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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