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About Space Needle
Seattle: home to Nirvana, ten months of rain a year, Starbucks, and Sea of Green Farms, the last of which delivered the other Space Needle that Seattle should, and probably will be known for. By crossing Blue Dream and Vortex strains, these infamous breeders have given users a crisp high that will invigorate and excite.
With a scent that hints at a sweet mix of pungent earth and pine, these dark green and purple nugs give you a sense that you are sitting amongst the Doug Firs, gazing out at the Puget Sound. The THC in this 100% sativa strain ranges anywhere from 16% to 20% giving it a nice consistency from harvest to harvest. The natural flavors are accented by a sweet lemon zest, making Space Needle quite true to its namesake.
Patients who suffer from depression or fatigue love this strain for its ability to immediately motivate and energize without causing a racing mind or heart. This is a potent bud that soothes out symptoms of anxiety, PTSD, and chronic stress disorders. It is not recommended for pain or tension, though because it is a stimulant it is great for the treatment of anorexia, lack of appetite, or other hunger-related ailments. Get the snacks ready before you embark upon this voyage! As Space Needle is a strong strain, novice users are recommended to proceed with caution.
Those who have learned to cultivate Space Needle at home have kept their methods a tight secret, however, if you are native to Oregon, Washington, or Northern California you will have little trouble finding this strain in dispensaries. Perhaps she’s one of those strains that’s best left to the professionals.
Get out your charcoals and drawing pad and get artsy with this earthy Washington native. This motivating high is good for day or afternoon use and is highly recommended if you have been yearning for that little extra push to get your creative juices flowing. Enjoy the relief from fatigue that this energetic bud brings to the table and toast a little joint to Seattle.