How to Select a Cannabis Strain

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How to Select a Cannabis Strain

Secrets of the Pink Kush: How to Select a Cannabis Strain
by Billy Budd (William H. Bradshaw)

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The information in this video and/or transcript can be found in my book Secrets of the Pink Kush by William H. Bradshaw and is available in hard copy or e-book on Please be advised that the book may be banned from some book stores in some countries due to the many secrets and/or content revealed in this three volume textbook for advanced students. This video describes the general processes for selecting a cannabis strain for growing and for medicinal purposes.

How To Select A Cannabis Strain
You need to select a strain based upon your medical needs as well as your growing method. Sativas provide antidepressant effects while indicas provide analgesic effects. Pure strains provide, respectively, either a high with no pain relief or pain relief without a high. I recommend hybrids due to their combined effect. If you just want pain relief without a high or paranoia then choose a pure indica.

• Tetraploids – genetically modified plants are not suitable for growing into trees. Due to their slow vegetative growth they are not commercially viable. They are great for Sea of Green though, due to their genetic superiority. If you do not care about yield and simply want the highest quality then grow tetraploids into trees. You should get 40% THC levels and the best smoke on the planet bar none. I do highly recommend growing tetraploids into trees for cancer patients regardless of the extra growing costs. This is the most effective pain relief available.

• Sativas are not suitable for Sea of Green as they will not begin to flower (“flip”) based upon the light cycle reduction from 18 to 12 hours. They flip after they mature. Sativas are equitorials and are not used to long days anyway. Sativas take longer to flower and the yields are much lower. They do provide, however, the highest THC and best antidepressant effect. Sativa is a day time smoke and will not create a couch lock effect.

Medical Conditions and Suggested Cannabis Strains:
o Cancer: Tetraploid vegged and flowered to full maturity as trees. This is the strongest cannabis on the planet.
o Multiple Sclerosis: Indica or hybrid.
o Parkinsons: Indica
o Anxiety: Indica
o Insomnia: Indica
o Depression: Sativa
o HIV/AIDS: Hybrid
o Spinal Cord Injury: Indica ∆8-tetrahydrocannabivarin decreases oxidative stress and inflammatory conditions
o Spinal Cord Disease: Hybrid
o Arthritis: Indica ∆8-tetrahydrocannabivarin decreases inflammatory conditions
o Epilepsy: Sativa or indica or hybrid with 3 specific compounds for seizure control. Cannabidiol, ∆9-tetrahydrocannabivarin and GWP42006 were shown to significantly reduce the number and severity of seizure episodes in rats.
o – Dr Ben Whalley

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