Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While the effect is definitely weak in terms of THC content, the flavor is classic Thai sativa with some Skunk thrown in. It made my stomach feel numb, so it would definitely be great for nausea or possible even vomiting associated with chemotherapy.
Dutch Passion crossed a Thai strain with a Brazilian strain and then crossed the result with an early Dutch strain to get Khola. These large, fluffy buds are known to help with a variety of medical ailments. She flowers anywhere from 7 to 10 weeks and will do well either outdoors or indoors, where she’ll produce a promising yield. Outdoors, expect to harvest by the middle of September in most regions of the world.
While this strain is by no means going to floor you, it does provide a mellow and somewhat uplifting high and is considered a decent medicinal strain with a CBD content of 2.5%. Look for this strain to go for around $35 an eight at most clubs.