Bakerstreet gets its name from the famous tales of Sherlock Holmes, but luckily this cannabis strain need not remain a mystery. With its THC levels consistently falling between 13 percent and 25 percent, this pure indica cannabis strain may take a few minutes to make its appearance known.
The high of Bakerstreet begins with an increase in pressure in the face, especially around the eyes. There may be some apparent sensory distortions, particularly with sound and vision. But, aside from these mild psychoactive effects, Bakerstreet doesn’t provide a whole lot of mental stimulation. What it does provide lots of is a heavy body high, which displays itself as thick waves of calming relaxation that flow throughout the body. You may end up feeling quite connected to your couch, which is one reason why this strain is recommended for evening use.
Medical cannabis users are drawn to Bakerstreet for its sedation powers, and it has been noted to improve symptoms of people suffering with anxiety, stress and depression, as well as some forms of chronic pain. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that can ease headaches.