More About Rose Queen Feminized Strain
Type: Mostly Indica
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Flavors: Sweet, Fruity, Citrus
THC Level: 14% to 16%
CBD Level: Unknown
Height: Small to Medium
Harvest Period: September to April
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Rose Queen Feminized?
The Rose Queen emits a combination of sweet, fruity, and citrus notes that can produce an explosion of flavors on the taste buds. This strain is best used during days wherein there are not many activities to do or right before bedtime as it may induce drowsiness. Known to seasoned users as a “one-hitter quitter,” the Rose Queen will hit you slowly and intensely without warning. One toke and the soothing physical buzz will keep you locked in your couch throughout the high. It also offers an overall euphoric and uplifting experience that is great when you want to start or finish your creative pursuits. After some time, the Rose Queen knocks off smokers leading them to dreamland.
What are the Medical Benefits of Rose Queen Feminized?
The effects of the Rose Queen strain come with medical properties that alleviate individuals with existing health conditions. Enhancing the overall mood and the relaxing effects can prevent pessimistic thoughts from overwhelming the mind, which is beneficial for those suffering from depression, stress, anxiety, bipolar, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Additionally, the body buzz that takes place during the later phase of the high brings analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce pains and aches such as nausea and migraine.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Rose Queen Feminized
Two of the most common conditions that arise during a smoking session are irritations caused by the irritations from cottonmouth and dry eyes. Like any cannabis strain, consuming high doses can lead to severe side effects. To enjoy the whole process, the Rose Queen should be taken slowly, in moderate amounts, and in a hydrated body.
How to Grow Rose Queen Feminized?
The Rose Queen acquired most of its physical structure from the Indica with its bushy leaves, small to medium size, and dense buds covered in an abundant amount of orange-colored hairs. In an indoor environment, using the hydroponics method can enhance and optimize the overall cultivation process. This plant prefers a controlled setting and offers a flowering time of about 52 to 68 days.
For outdoor cultivation, the Rose Queen can be harvested during the 3rd to 4th week of September when grown in the Northern hemisphere whereas, plants cultivated in the Southern hemisphere can be reaped during the end of April.