LSD cannabis strain is observed as a ratio of 55:45 Sativa dominant mixture. The name of the strain was decided after viewing the properties of psychoactive and psychedelic it shares with the synthetic drug. The THC content has been measured up to 24% with a CBD of 1.3%. L.S.D. is a cross between a Mazar and a very old variety of skunk
The effects of this Mazar and Shunk cross begin with a very happy, upbeat mental experience. As the effects continue, a classic indica heavy body sensation tends to show up. Inexperienced cannabis enthusiasts might find themselves mentally stuck with this strain, so LSD is recommended for seasoned marijuana consumers. Thus, due to high THC levels, LSD strain is not recommended for inexperienced users. The buds have strong lemon odor and taste. It is available in three flavors as earthy, citrus, and pungent. It has been observed that there are numerous people using these flavors all over the globe in order to best out of it. However, it has been suggested that it is good for night time medical and recreational use due to strong sedative properties.
Medical: Positive and Negative Effects
LSD spurs a happy, strongly psychedelic experience focused on the head. At the same time, the indica genes provide a calming effect ideal for chronic body aches. LSD leaves quite an impression. Inexperienced users often get stuck in a mental rut, while other users find the strain promotes creativity and social interaction. It has a pungent earthy flavor and smell, with an underlying sweet taste. The high is strongly euphoric and upbeat, ideal for daytime activities as long as the high doesn't overpower. LSD is great for relieving anxiety and depression, as well as PTSD, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and GI distress. The strain starts with an upbeat sense of happiness that can cloud the mind and leave some users completely confused and "mentally stuck." Some users claim to feel more creative or social after using L.S.D. in spite of the strong cerebral stimulation.
This degree of mental stimulation is quite rare for an Indica. Not surprisingly, L.S.D. also has typical Indica-based body effects. Users often notice the powerful body numbing 1 to 2 hours after ingestion, once most of the cerebral effects wear off. The negative effects may include cottonmouth, dry eyes, dizziness, headaches, and minor paranoia. For most, this strain can be used any time of day to ease mild to moderate chronic aches and pains. L.S.D. is often prescribed to help deal with stress, anxiety, or depression. Patients also use the strain to treat insomnia, and a few choose it to help combat migraines. Moreover, while big pharmacy ponders the health benefits of the real psychedelic, medical marijuana patients can enjoy this strain to manage their symptoms and ailments. Medical marijuana patients will also find that this strain can be good for arthritis, PMS, migraines and some cases of nausea.