Painkiller XL stands as a testament to the ever-evolving world of cannabis, where genetics are meticulously bred to cater to a spectrum of human needs, encompassing the psychological, spiritual, and medicinal realms. This new strain is the result of a well-thought-out union between two distinguished parents, Respect 13 and Juanita la Lagrimosa, both of which have their roots in genetic hybrids. Juanita la Lagrimosa, often referred to as “Juanita the Tearful,” draws its lineage from Queen Mother and a Mexican-Afghan fusion, while Royal Highness is the offspring of Dance Hall and Respect 13. Painkiller XL inherits the impeccable genetic lineage of these predecessors, embodying the essence of balance and versatility in the world of cannabinoids.
What sets Painkiller XL apart is its meticulously crafted cannabinoid profile, presenting an almost symmetrical composition of 9% THC and 9% CBD. This balance, along with its genetic makeup of 75% sativa and 25% indica, creates a strain that bridges the mental and physical realms. The flowering phase culminates in buds infused with a delightful blend of lemon and diesel aromas, which mature and intensify during the drying and curing process. Painkiller XL impresses not only with its cannabinoid profile but also with its cultivation potential. Within a mere 8 weeks of flowering, this strain yields bountiful results, offering 500–550g/m² when grown indoors and an equal abundance per plant when cultivated outdoors. Indoor plants maintain an average height of approximately 80cm, while outdoor growth results in plants reaching around 135cm, with the reward of harvest awaiting at the end of September. Painkiller XL truly exemplifies a harmonious blend of science and nature, providing a versatile, balanced, and medicinal strain for those seeking solace in the world of cannabis.