Ray’s Choice Marijuana Seeds Information
All thanks to Ray, who is a friend of the Kiwiseeds crew that gave them the Afghan landrace from California, which led to the procurement of this hybrid strain, hence the name Ray’s Choice. During the late ’80s, they crossed the seeds given to them with a mysterious Sativa strain, which gave birth to sticky, resinous marijuana buds. This cannabis won second place in Spannabis Champions Cup for Best Indoor Hyro back in 2008.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Ray’s Choice?
This weed has one of the simplest flavors, but its intensity makes up for its simplicity. Ray’s choice has a very fruity profile that can make your mouth water, and as you exhale her smoke, all that is left is the sweetness from its Sativa.
The effects that are offered by this hybrid strain is not for the uninitiated. The effect is so strong that you’ll feel a pressure in the middle of the face before you go into a euphoric trance. It also provides a mild relaxing body buzz, but the energy-boosting high if this strain will not make its users sleepy.
What are the Medical Benefits of Ray’s Choice?
This cannabis is best in fighting anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and mood swings. The use of this weed can also help manage better sleep and learning and help patients with ADD/ADHD to focus. Additionally, it possesses pain-relieving qualities that can treat chronic pain, inflammation, and lower back injury.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Ray’s Choice.
At the start of the high, many users feel pressure in the face that can lead to headaches, but this side effect is only temporary. However, new patients are advised to steer clear from this weed since it can cause devastating paranoia.
How to Grow Ray’s Choice?
Growing this weed indoors will require a height room since she stretches like a Sativa, although, it can be placed close to one another. This is also great for outdoor breeding since it has a high resistance to fungal diseases except for mold. Overall this weed can be taken care easily bu novice growers and doesn’t need a lot of attention and care.