Dance World Feminized Seeds (Royal Queen Seeds) - A Quick Overview
Dance World is a cross of two different phenotypes of Dance Hall. Its genetics are a mix of mainly Mexican and Afghan crossed with the great medicinal strain Juanita la Lagrimosa.
Dance World is quite a short cannabis plant that grows mostly like an Indica, reaching a height of 60 to 90 cm. It will flower in around 8 weeks, again very much like an Indica. However, its effect is not like most Indicas.
Like all of Royal Queen Seeds medicinal cannabis strains, it has a high amount of CBD, almost equal to the amount of THC. As expected by the name, Dance World gives an uplifting, motivating high much like the Jamaican dancehall music that its parents were named after. These high CBD cannabis strains have been used for their anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-anxiety and/or anti-spasm effects.
The marijuana seeds are also feminized, meaning you’ll have no male plants to deal with. Dance World will have a yield of around 50 to 80 grams per plant.
It has a complex mix of earthy aromas and spicy, almost fruity flavour. Dance World is a good strain for medicinal users, or anyone who wants a more uplifting effect.
Royal Queen Seeds
Mexican and Afghan crossed x medicinal strain Juanita la Lagrimosa
60 - 90 cm
Indoor: 50 - 80 g/plant
Excellent - Review byOldpete
Did not expect such a good rush, the high CBD gives an excellent refresh to your day. As a daily heavy medical user, I really noticed the difference in this strain as a BIG benefit in addition to good paint relief. (Posted on 4/17/2019)
Wonderful - Review byKd
Higher CBD means you’re not going to get ripped out of your mind, but you will feel totally euphoric, happy, and uplifted. My favorite strain in the world. I can’t start a day without some of this stuff and a big cup of coffee. Would recommend to anyone for a beautiful mood booster. (Posted on 6/26/2018)
best salve i made was from dance world - Review byskippi
best salve i made was from dance world. instant relief with shoulder and lower back pain (Posted on 4/8/2018)