Red Congolese | Strain | Quebec

Category:
Cannabinoids
    thc  
  • Calming 97% 97%
  • Energizing 3% 3%

Effects

Feelings

  • Energetic 72% 72%
  • Focused 65% 65%
  • Uplifted 62% 62%
  • Creative 58% 58%
  • Euphoric 56% 56%

Helps with

  • Depression 41% 41%
  • Stress 37% 37%
  • Fatigue 32% 32%
  • Anxiety 23% 23%
  • Pain 15% 15%

Negatives

  • Dry mouth 12% 12%
  • Dry eyes 16% 16%
  • Anxious 7% 7%
  • Paranoid 5% 5%
  • Dizzy 3% 3%

While some argue that Red Congolese is an African sativa landrace, the variety popularized in California weaves in Mexican and Afghani roots, giving it a more indica-like appearance. This colorful palette of landrace strains, which had adapted to their environment over many years, creates a complex profile of effects and flavors. The sativa genetics dominate the physical effects of Red Congolese, resulting in a weightless euphoria that promotes focus and mental clarity. Its energizing properties make Red Congolese perfect for morning treatment of nausea, cachexia, tension, or Alzheimer’s.

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