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Killer Queen
Author: Robert Bergman 18/06/2017 - 20:55:00

Information about Killer Queen:

  • Effects 
  • Fragrance 
  • Flavors 
  • Adverse reactions 
  • Medical 
  • Growing 
  • Flowering time 

Killer Queen was created out of supreme parentage, but turned out to be smooth and gentle, while also inheriting its parent strains most loved traits. This hybrid can be a rare find outside of Canada and the United States, adding to its exclusive appeal and legend. 

Killer Queen was created by crossing two existing greats, namely G13 and Cinderella 99, creating a thought-provoking and cerebrally stimulating hybrid. This strain can feel uplifting, making it an ideal choice as a daytime strain, for both recreational and medicinal purposes. 

This hybrid was created in British Columbia, and continues to garner fame and popularity in its native area. Killer Queen has a body numbing high that its fans love it for, and is easily one of the most mind-relaxing strains available on the international market today. 

Information about Killer Queen:

ORIGIN G13 mixed with Cinderella 99
EFFECTS energetic – 10
creative – 9
happy – 8
talkative – 7
uplifted – 7
dizzy – 6
dry eyes – 4
paranoid – 3
headache – 2
FRAGRANCE earthy, fruity, herbal, spicy, sweet
FLAVORS citrus, lemon, orange, chemical,
diesel, fruity, herbal, sweet
MEDICAL fatigue – 10
stress – 7
depression – 7
pain – 5
nausea – 3
PLANT HEIGHT Short to Medium
CBD % 0.20%
INDICA / SATIVA % 50% / 50%
OUTDOOR YIELD 13oz/ plant
CLIMATE dry with a lot of sunlight
outdoor climate
RESISTANCE TO DISEASE resistant to common molds and

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest


Killer Queen is a mellow and slow-rolling strain that has effects that will make you feel stimulated and energized. This strain will give you a solid boost, and will make you feel awakened and clear headed, making it an ideal strain for a wake-and-bake, and daytime use.

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This hybrid can influence you to feel more creative and inspired, especially if you already have artistic talents that you are honing. Killer Queen can make you feel extra exuberant and positive, and will end up making you feel happy and joyous for the rest of the day, and thoroughly reenergized.

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Killer Queen is the perfect choice for a night out with friends, or whenever you are required to be social in any setting. This strain can make you more talkative and will have you sharing all sorts of stories with your company, while sharing your good vibes and feeling uplifted.


Killer Queen is has a strong fruity and earthy aroma that will fill any room it walks into with a thick cloud of its presence. This strain also contains bits of spicy and herbal that will make your mouth water, and a lingering smell of sweetness will envelop you long after the bud has exited the room.


Killer Queen contains traces of zesty citrus, mixed with a strong presence of a chemical flavor. This strain tastes like fruity diesel, with a smoke that is both herbal and sweet. On the exhale, you will experience a tangy orange flavor that will further enhance its diesel flavor.

Adverse Reaction

Killer Queen has some side effects due to its strong uplifting effects, but they do stay at a minimal as long as you don’t overdo it on the dosage. This strain can make you feel dizzy at times, especially when you are a novice consumer, so it is recommended to dose it well.

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This strain is likely to leave you feeling dehydrated, with a dry mouth and dry eyes being prevalent in its effects. Killer Queen can also make you feel paranoid in some cases, and for some users, this strain can cause a mild headache, in rarer and more extreme cases when smoking this plant.


Killer Queen has a number of medicinal uses that make it popular for many patients in the medical marijuana community. This strain is said to be one of the best strains to combat chronic fatigue with, as it is uplifting both mentally and physically, and can make you thrive on an extra boost of energy.

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This strain is also ideal for combating chronic and extreme conditions of stress, as it has proven itself to be very effective in relaxing both the mind and the body, adding to a complete state of relaxation. Killer Queen is also ideal for lifting heavy moods, because of its happy nature, making it the right choice for managing depression.

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Killer Queen is popularly used to fight symptoms of pain ranging from muscle aches, joint pains, pre-menstrual cramps, arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. It can also induce a light case of the munchies, making it an ideal choice in increasing a lost appetite in some patients.


Killer Queen is easy to cultivate, and likes a healthy dose of nutrients. This small and stout plant can grow quite generously, but on average yields relatively low to average, flowering into thick buds that are specked with orange and brown hairs.

Flowering Time

This strain, when grown indoors, can be expected to yield and average of about 9 ounces of bud per square meter planted. Killer Queen can take around 8 to 9 weeks to flower and be ready for a harvest.

Killer Queen grown outdoors can yield around an estimated 13 ounces of bud per plant, and can be ready for a harvest around the middle to late October, when it has reached full bloom.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Killer Queen? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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