Painkiller XL- A Sativa Dominant Hybrid
Painkiller XL is a strain conceived from the blend of two well-respected strains, Juanita la Lagrisoma and Royal Highness. Both strains are hybrids meaning Painkiller XL is rich in quality. Over the years, the strain has undergone improvements giving it distinct aroma, flavour, colour, cannabinoid profile and medicinal benefits.
Effects of painkiller XL
This strain is 75% Sativa and 25% Indica. While Sativa is known for influencing a mental, cerebral high and Indica is known for a physical high, it considers other things. THC gives a notorious head high, while CBD is credited for medicinal marijuana strains. Like other THC and CBD rich strains, Painkiller XL is about optimizing the medicinal properties of the strain minus reducing the psychoactive effects that they also give.
She delivers healing benefits to the user while at the same time heavily influencing the user with psychological and spiritual therapeutic benefits. She does not suppress the THC but seeks to balance CBD with THC. Like her name suggests, she works best at relieving pain. Whether chronic pain, muscle aches after exercise of irritations, it gives a cerebral lift and body numbness that combats the symptoms. Its high is known to be clear and physical.
Aroma, Flavour and Appearance of Painkiller XL
This strain gives two distinct aromas. When in the field before drying, you will hint of diesel and lemon hit your nostrils. When dried and the bud has split, the diesel and lemon become more prominent. When lit, the smell becomes pungent. The flavour of this lady resembles the scent on the first few puffs. After a while, the diesel and lemon are replaced with an earthy and sweet taste and some fruity hints. Painkiller XL has reasonably wide, stocky nugs that highlight a colourful appearance and great bag appeal. Short but electric-orange pistils coat the nugs, which have a deep green backdrop. There is a fair amount of trichomes.
Growth of Painkiller XL
This strain is perfect for growth, whether indoors or outdoors. I(t is known to withstand different conditions and does best in a mild climate. She has a short flowering duration of eight weeks.
Grown indoors, they are expected to average around 60 and 100 cm giving a noble yield of 500 to 550 grams per squared metre. Outdoors, she does 120 to 150 cm giving a yield of 500 to 550 grams per plant. She is ready for harvest at the end of September.