Red Headed Stranger
Taste & Smell
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Pairs Well With
- Arts & Crafts
- Doing Nothing
About this Sativa Strain
The energizing Red Headed Stranger is a sativa cannabis strain that derives its name from the ’75 Willie Nelson album. It took 2nd place at the High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in Denver in 2015. Its buds emit a sharp spicy scent with undertones of fresh earth and citrus.
Red Headed Stranger is the result of crossing the indica Willy’s Wonder with the sativa Haze.
THC levels of this strain fall at 16/17% and can be an excellent choice for the novice consumer. Its high is quite mellow and places the consumer in a lovely state of calm, both mentally and physically. Happiness increases as well as creativity and energy, so creative tasks will become seemingly more fun and easier to complete. Many have used this strain for stress relief, arthritis, migraines, and seizure disorders (having a higher-than-usual CBD content).
Adverse effects are rare with this strain, dry mouth being the worst. Note that many strain can cause paranoia or anxiousness when too high of a dose is consumed, however.
The energizing Red Headed Stranger is a sativa cannabis strain that derives its name from the ’75 Willie Nelson album. It took 2nd place at the High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in Denver in 2015. Its buds emit a sharp spicy scent with undertones of fresh earth and citrus. Red Headed Stranger…
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Just bought RHS. Great Sativa for getting stuff done without the anxiety and paranoia. However, this is the second time I’ve purchase RHS and both have not had CBD in it. I don’t think this info is correct saying that the strain has a high CBD content. Consumers may assume after reading this that RHS has CBD without looking at the actual product they’re buying. I’d recommend changing that but other than the CBD this review is spot on
The taste and smell will keep you wanting just a little more . but the body enhanced high and mental drive that it gives you . is well worth the investment!
I don’t love it, but I wouldn’t say anything bad about it either. A run of the mill strain for me.
What better way to pay homage to Willie Nelson than to give him his own strain of weed? He's the world's premier stoner balladeer, and he's smoked more marijuana than the rest of country music combined. With a top THC content of 19-26%, this isn't an atomic strain, but it can be a great medical t…