Everyday aches and pains don’t stand a chance against Canna-Tsu marijuana, the high-CBD, low-THC strain with a citrus burst that is in a league of its own. But this blend is recommended for more than chronic pain, however – it’s 10% CBD (balanced by a near equal ratio of THC) has become popular among the medical community for patients suffering from more debilitating conditions.
Consumers commonly comment that Canna-Tsu’s overall effects are mellow and calming – the high is like a hug from a cloud that envelops your entire body for complete and soothing relaxation. Along with this cotton-y softness, the sativa genetics present themselves in uplifting happiness, rounding out your vacation on the ephemeral cloud nine. You won’t find yourself falling asleep with Canna-Tsu, but you may want to save this for an afternoon of quiet contemplation, simple chores around the house, or a relaxing evening with friends.
Patients have discovered that Canna-Tsu marijuana is as reliable as it is potent, especially suited to treating chronic pain conditions like muscle spasms, cramps, and aches, along with having the ability to reduce chronic stress and depression.
A sweet and sour blend, Canna-Tsu is an aromatic awakening that you’ll feel as distinctly as you smell it. It’s a gentle fragrance, with sweet pine that lingers about you, adding to its therapeutic qualities. Its creamy smoke will leave flavors of citrus and pine on the tongue, and hints of spicy sweetness when you exhale.
Canna-Tsu marijuana seeds are known for being resistant to diseases and thrive well outdoors. They produce short plants that favor their indica genetics and can be quite bushy and require little pruning to guarantee a happy tree. In general, Canna-Tsu marijuana plants will spend about 9-10 weeks flowering, though they produce a moderate to average yield that any gardener would be pleased to have in their garden.