Tatanka Pure CBD is a therapeutic strain capable of reducing stress, anxiety, and pain. Naming the cultivar after famed Native American medicine man Tatanka Iyotake. Otherwise known as Sitting Bull, Tatanka was also the leader of the Hunkpapa Sioux—one of the seven council fires of the Lakota tribe. He made his mark on history by leading his people in an effort to counter the European invasion of the late 19th century. Tatanka was also a medicine man known for his potent preparations. Therefore, it seemed fitting to name this healing strain after this historical figure.
RQS created Tatanka Pure CBD by crossbreeding medicinal parent strains Elixir Vitae and Medical CBD. By combining these two high-CBD strains, they successfully amplified the trait. The progeny is an indica-dominant variety positively loaded with CBD.
Tatanka Pure CBD delivers a high level of CBD without any psychotropic effects. Her resinous flowers produce between 9–14% cannabidiol—enough to provide therapeutic relief for numerous conditions. You can maximise CBD content with optimal lighting and nutrition. Tatanka Pure CBD features 70% indica genetics and provides a calm, clear-headed, and stress-busting high. A large bong or vape hit results in instant relaxation and momentary zen. The THC level of this strain never exceeds 0.25%. You can smoke these flowers all day long while remaining fully functional. She makes an ideal smoke (or vape) before any situation that would normally make you nervous. Take a couple of puffs before a meeting or gathering that’s giving you the jitters.
Tatanka Pure CBD offers an unusual yet pleasant smell. Her buds emanate contrasting scents of caramel and bitterness. The terpenes behind this scent confuse the taste buds initially, yet leave a pleasant aftertaste.
Tatanka Pure CBD provides a substantial stash of medicinal flowers. Plants grown indoors provide up to 450g/m² after a flowering time of only 6–7 weeks. Plants cultivated outdoors in the elements offer a large return of 450g/plant and reach up to 160cm in height. Prepare to harvest outdoor plants for Early October.