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Stress Killer Automatic CBD

Stress Killer is an autoflowering strain bred specifically to offer a clear, functional and focused high. By combining the genetics of Lemon Haze, Juanita la Lagrimosa and ruderalis, a distinctly citrusy hybrid was created, able to produce generous yields and offer a balanced cannabinoid content for a well-tailored experience.

Stress Killer combines the sharp lemon flavor and mentally uplifting high of Lemon Haze with the subtle tones and potent CBD content of Juanita la Lagrimosa. By then crossing this further with a prime specimen of ruderalis, a very versatile, sativa-dominant strain was created, suitable for growing both indoors and outdoors. Indoors, Stress Killer usually grows between 90–140 cm, going from seed to harvest in just under 11 weeks. Outdoors, Stress Killer has the potential to go a little further, especially when grown in a warm, sunny climate, reaching heights varying between 110–160 cm, still under 11 weeks.

Stress Killer produces a pungent lemon and haze aroma, with both her major parents having a dominant citrus flavor in their own right. As the name suggests, the effect is great at easing the troubles and worries that may be playing on your mind, instead creating a clear and focusing high, drowning out the distraction and letting you get on with your day, without weighing you down.

Stress Killer is an autoflowering strain bred specifically to offer a clear, functional and focused high.

Stress Killer Automatic (Royal Queen Seeds) feminized

Stress Killer does what its name suggests – this weed dispels the worries and sinister thoughts that may plague your mind and brings on a clear and focused high. As of germination, you will have to wait 11 weeks till she delivers up to 500g/m² with a pungent lemon and Haze aroma and sharp lemon flavor. Her genetics are provided by Juanita la Lagrimosa, Lemon Haze and Ruderalis. Rich in CBD!

Stress Killer Automatic (Royal Queen Seeds) feminized
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Royal Queen Seeds – Stress Killer Automatic : Tackles an enemy of modern society

Stress Killer is what its name implies – without the sometimes serious side effects some pharmaceutical products go hand in hand with. Royal Queen Seeds laid the foundation of this variety by crossing Juanita la Lagrimosa and Lemon Haze and then incorporated Ruderalis genetics to make it an autoflowering plant. Just to give you an idea of what you are in for: Juanita la Lagrimosa is known for its high CBD content (and a THC:CBD ratio of 1:1), whereas Lemon Haze is notoriously high in THC – and both varieties are sativa-dominant.

This brings us straight to the time frame and size one has to calculate on when growing Stress Killer. Indoors and out, you will have to wait 11 weeks as of germination before you can reap the fruits of your devotion. In an indoor grow she usually reaches a height of 90-140 cm – outdoors her strive for the sun ends at an altitude of 110-160cm; small enough to huddle among local plants if you prefer black ops.

Stress Killer may not be the fastest autoflowering cannabis variety, but haste makes waste and the rather long wait is rewarded with a more than generous amount of weed with a pungent lemon and Haze aroma and sharp lemon flavor. Reared in the grow room, yields of up to 500g/m² are absolutely achievable – a single sun-kissed plant is capable of yielding up to 160 grams.

Stress Killer is no record breaker as regards THC content, reaching “only” 11%, but impresses with its high CBD content – this medically valuable plant actually boasts a well-balanced cannabinoid blend, that is tailor-made for a very pleasant experience. The worries and sinister thoughts plaguing your mind will be replaced by a clear and focused high, without derailing your train of thought, so you can still pursue your daily chores.

Juanita la Lagrimosa, Lemon Haze and Ruderalis come together to form Stress Killer, a CDB-rich cannabis variety that tackles an enemy of wellbeing.