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70 The High Times Seed Bank Hall of Fame High Times April 2017 Star Dawg Top Dawg Seeds The creator of JJ’s Nigerian Haze, Tres Dawg and the ever- popular Star Dawg is Mr. JJNYC himself, the breeder behind Top Dawg Seeds. Since the early 2000s, Top Dawg Seeds has been building its reputation for having access to legit and verified Chemdog-approved strains that just about any grower would love to add to their garden. JJ’s been creating new cultivars with rare, highly-sought- after clones like the Chem D, Chem 91, Nigerian Silk, Legend OG and other rare classics like the Mango Haze, Kali Mist and Strawberry Cough—and we can’t neglect to mention Money Mike and the super-popular I-95 crosses he and JJ have been working on. With the soaring demand for Top Dawg Seeds, expect to see these Chem cultivars in more places than ever! If you like those chlorine-bleach-and-Ajax, sour-halitosis-morning-breath, garlicky gas-station terps, you’re in for a treat! “I would like to thank JoeB, PBud, Chemdog, the Weasel, SkunkVA, SI Pete, Money Mike, High Times and everyone in the Chem Family who preserved and shared the Chem lines. Without your contributions, this wouldn’t be possible for me. Chem Family Forever!” JJNYC Schlemons Swamp Boys Seeds Tina Danza Swamp Boys Seeds is a successful collabora- tion between Cornbread The Source Genetics Ricky and Krome, two old ThaRealOGKushman of the Source Genetics has been growing and breeding cannabis on the West Coast on and friends from Florida. These off for over 20 years… one of his earliest breeding projects being a Skunk #1 x Super Skunk cross when he was only 17! creative breeders have Over the years, he’s developed a keen eye for keepers and a highly selective strategy for finding incredible breeding undeniably made today’s lines that he uses to create elite hand-picked seeds. cannabis community a The Source Genetics debuted in 2013. A year later, they won first place for Best Indica at the Cannabis Cup with better place, chiefly by Cookie Monster, and then another two awards in 2015: third place for Best Hash with Gluekie Monster, and first sharing two legendary place for Best Sativa (in NorCal!) with the amazing lemon- citrus bomb called Schlemons. 2017 will see the release of strains: Triangle Kush and a few gems from ThaRealOGKushman’s vault, such as the Cookie Monster, which he’ll finally be making available to The White. the public. Keep your eyes peeled and pick up a pack of seeds when that happens so you don’t miss out on another Since relocating to California, the Swamp Boys have been consistently potential Cup winner! discovering new genetics, combining their tried-and-true strains with some of the newer varieties to create innovative and unique standout cultivars. Notable strains attributed to Swamp Boys Seeds (either created or selected) include McFly White Fire #3, Trigerian, Nookies, Blockhead, Mojito, Rogan and Tina Danza. Their current project consists of six crosses with their Georgia Pine male (Killer Queen G-13 x William’s Wonder) and six with their Orange Blossom Trail (Old Florida Orange Skunk). Keep your eyes peeled for the new Nigerian crosses that are being released. If you didn’t like Haze before, you might change your mind when you see what’s coming out soon!

54 Pot & Vets High Times April 2017 conflict. The US Constitution requires The question is simple: At 23 years old, I walked out of the that all citizens must be treated the Which is the healing VA hospital with prescriptions for same under the law. “Treatment by agent? Percocet, Klonopin and Ambien: geography” is inherently unconsti- tutional: All vets should feel secure Percocet for back pain, Klonopin that they will not lose compensation or pension benefits merely for using for anxiety and Ambien for sleep. cannabis—legal or not. Financial ben- efits are suspended only in the case Little did I know it would mark of felony incarceration, but they can be reinstated upon release. However, the beginning of an entirely new there are still far too many veterans living in states where access to medi- kind of battle—one with an enemy cal cannabis is limited or nonexistent. I was completely unprepared to The fact that so many of our veterans are not able to use a proven fight: prescription-drug addiction. therapy—one that thousands of Cana- dian veterans currently benefit from— It didn’t take long to develop an is a disgrace. As long as the VA fails to embrace this valuable medicine nation- all-consuming dependence on opi- wide, while continuing to dispense enormous amounts of pharmaceuti- ates, benzodiazepines and sleeping cals—a number of which have been tied to high rates of addiction, suicide medication. At 28, I made the deci- and overdose deaths—there’s plenty of reason for America to be profoundly sion to take my life back and detox ashamed! m off all the meds that had enslaved Michael Krawitz is executive direc- tor of Veterans for Medical Cannabis me. I tried desperately to get into Access. the VA’s inpatient rehab, but after repeatedly being turned away, I knew I was on my own. I locked myself in my apartment, stocked up on food, water and marijuana, and gave my girlfriend my car keys. Seizures, sleepless nights and severe flu-like symptoms lasted over a month. It was one of the hardest experiences of my life. The only substance I allowed myself during that time was marijuana. It gave me the ability to eat, get a bit of sleep, and served to alleviate my back pain and anxiety. It’s been nearly three years since I’ve had a drug prescribed to me, and I have marijuana to thank for turning my life around. I use marijuana almost daily to combat pain, anxiety and sleeplessness. If only the VA had been willing and able to prescribe marijuana from the start, how many lives would be different, better or even saved? It’s “high time” for a change. Pearson Crosby, staff sergeant, US Marine Corps MICHAEL WHITER

52 Pot & Vets High Times April 2017 Obama signed it into law. I served 14 months on the Great Lakes Since 2012, veterans have also led as a seaman. Then I went to school to an effort to add PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as a qualifying condi- become an electrician’s mate. I was tion for medical marijuana, which has resulted in more than a dozen updated assigned to Station Channel Islands state laws. This effort was based in part on the experience of nurse practitioner Harbor in Oxnard, California. While sta- Bryan Krumm [see Interview, p. 101] and others in New Mexico, the first state to tioned there, I started having episodes of allow PTSD as a qualifying condition, as well as on a mountain of scientific depression. Naval doctors started me on a research conducted in other countries. In Arizona, attorney Ken Sobel and cocktail of pills for headaches, depression nurse Heather Manus of the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association presented and anxiety. Before I was discharged, I had this research to a judge, who ruled that a “preponderance of evidence support[s] pill addictions and a drinking problem. cannabis as a treatment for PTSD.” Within months of my discharge, I was fired Although countries like Israel, Canada and Croatia have acted upon twice and began to have family issues. I this evidence and created programs that deliver cannabis to veterans as part of was on a downward spiral and started to their benefits, the United States refuses to acknowledge this research. Instead, believe suicide was my only option. Then federal law still officially maintains that cannabis has no medical value Michigan legalized medical cannabis. My whatsoever. outside therapist pointed me in the direc- As a result, when the VA enabled veterans who live in medical marijuana Opioid-related over- tion of cannabis and helped me obtain states to use cannabis, it created a dose and suicide are my card and become a grower. With his common among vets. therapy and cannabis, I was able to kick the prescription drugs and the booze. I broke through. I realized there is therapy in helping others with cannabis. It was then that I began to heal. Cannabis saved my life. It gave me purpose and a means to help other veterans. Barry Richardson, petty officer third class, US Coast Guard I served my country from 1993–97 in the 82nd Airborne Division. While serving as a medical specialist, I was exposed to and trained to treat all levels of injures, both on and off the battle- field, from PTSD to bullet wounds. During service, I sustained injury and was prescribed large doses of opioids, making me a heartless, lifeless zombie. Cannabis replaced them all within one year. It’s my experience that cannabis creates community and that community can save lives. I encourage people to create cannabis-friendly community centers in their hometowns and bring a healthy, healing community together. Steven Jacob Lull, specialist E-4, US Army MICHAEL WHITER

April 2017 High Times 83 BLACKOUT Why the racist legacy of the War on Drugs still persists in the legal marijuana industry— and what we can do to end it. By Josiah Hesse DEEEPBLUE In states that have legalized marijuana, those with capital, con- Over the last year, a handful of black entrepreneurs have been nections and a clean record typically find themselves welcomed entering the industry, but their numbers remain low. A recent into the booming market—even those clearly seeking to swell their report by BuzzFeed calculates that of the 3,200 to 3,600 dispensa- bank accounts off a product they wouldn’t have dared to associate ries in the United States, less than 1 percent are black-owned. So with just a few years ago. At the same time, many people of color is the industry’s lack of racial diversity indicative of institutional who have been growing, selling or enjoying marijuana for years racism, or just a malignant legacy of the War on Drugs? find the green door of opportunity slammed in their face. It’s well documented that racial minorities suffer a far greater “Being an entrepreneur is crazy, no matter what,” says Wanda number of arrests and convictions for marijuana offenses than do James, co-owner of the Simply Pure dispensary in Denver. “But whites, despite using cannabis at roughly the same rate. Dubbed then you add in cannabis, and you’re dealing with no clear-cut the “New Jim Crow” by author Michelle Alexander, this sys- rules—it’s expensive, it’s labor-intensive, and it’s legally ridic- temic problem has crippled African-American communities both ulous. All that, along with the law-enforcement issues, is why economically and socially, seriously limiting their potential for you’re not seeing many people of color in the industry.” upward mobility. And this dynamic continues to play out even in the post-legalization world, where, in many cases, minorities are For a while, James helmed the only black-owned marijuana still prosecuted at a vastly disproportionate rate for a substance business in the city. Though she’s proud of being a pioneer, “being that white people now make millions growing and selling. the only one is a start—but it’s not a positive thing,” she points out.

60 High Times April 2017 Beyond the Battlefield Cannabis provides comfort and healing for our military veterans. At Desert Bloom in Arizona, it also provides opportunity. Story & photos by Dan Skye Working in a grow op has been hugely therapeutic for Ricardo Pereyda (left). A er finishing his tour in Iraq, Ricardo Pereyda was from post-traumatic stress disorder. But he balked at the diagnosis. redeployed to Germany and became aware of changes in his behavior. “I was like, ‘No, no—not me! That’s a career-killer. I told you I couldn’t sleep!’ So they gave me a bunch of Valium, and that’s Something was wrong. He was in a constant state of aggrava- what I used the whole time I was in Germany.” tion and couldn’t sleep. Negative thoughts filled his head. When he returned to the States, Pereyda was stationed at Pereyda had served in the Military Police Corps of the Fort Huachuca in southern Arizona—and his mental state dete- US Army, part of a quick-reaction force that conducted IED riorated further. He was surrounded by people who had ridden sweeps, provided convoy security, and escorted VIPs and desks and dodged deployment. “I was angry,” he says, “and I “high-value” individuals. “It was a rough deployment,” Pereyda was losing all military bearing.” admits. “In addition to combat, we lost an individual to a heart attack before we even got to the Iraq theater. And at the end of Pereyda was placed on the temporary-disability retirement my tour, a 19-year-old private committed suicide in his bunk.” list. For the next three years, he was treated for severe PTSD, undergoing myriad evaluations at a Veterans Administration Even before arriving in Iraq, Pereyda was already suffering facility where he was prescribed a host of pharmaceutical a fair amount of anxiety. Back home in Tucson, AZ, his brother drugs—which only worsened his predicament. had been shot, and he’d lost a close friend to a tragic accident. Once Pereyda was stationed in Germany, “I knew I really was “Whatever I said was bothering me, they had a pill for,” he off,” he says. At the Army hospital, he was told he was suffering recalls. “Amitriptyline, Xanax, Paxil… but worse was the PTSD

(Afghanica) Nausea, pain
(Afghanie x Haze) PMS
(AK-47) Pain, nausea, depression, insomnia, headache
(Alien Train Wreck) Asthma
(Apollo 13) Back pain
(Auntie Em) Crohn’s Disease, MS
(Aurora B) Nausea, joint pain, arthritis
(Berry-Bolt) Insomnia, joint pain
(Big Bang) Used to sedate and relieve stress & anxiety amongst sufferers of severe anxiety,etc.(EDITED/ADDED by Apprentice.Source Greenhouse Seeds Co.)Cannabis cup winner, the reviews mention its medicinal properties.
(Big Kahuna) Herniated disc pain, arthritis
(Black on Blue Widow) HIV, back pain
(Black Vietnamese) Nausea, muscle spasms, pain
(Blue Fruit) Crohn’s Disease, muscle spasms
(Blue Moonshine) Anxiety, depression, insomnia
(Blue Satellite x Jack Herer) Depression, nausea
(Blue Satellite) Pain, nausea, insomnia, anxiety, muscle tension
(Blueberry) Nausea, insomnia, pain
(Bog Sour Bubble) Pain, anxiety
(Bonzo Bud) Body pain, migraine
(Budacolumbia) Nausea
(Burmaberry) Migraine, depression
(Burmese kush) Anxiety, depression
(C99 x Great White Shark) Anxiety
(Cali-O) Nausea
(Catalyst) PMS
(Cinderella 99) Nausea
(CIT) Pain, nausea, insomnia
(Citral) Insomnia
(Cripple Creek) Ankylosing Spondilitis, Hepatitis C, Degenerative Disc Disease, IBS, Interstitial Cystitis, Chronic Rotator Cuff Disease
(Deep Chunk) Joint pain, insomnia
(Dynamite) Asthma, Crohn’s Disease, Hepatitis C
(NYC Sour Diesel) Edema, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, radiculopathy
(El Nino) Nausea, insomnia
(Fieldale Haze) Anxiety, back pain
(Fig Widow) Back pain, psychosis
(Firecracker) Anxiety, depression, nausea
(G13 x HP) Nausea, joint pain, insomnia
(G-13) Depression, pain, ADD, ADHD
(Grapefruit) Arthritis, Hepatitis C, pain, nausea
(Green Queen) Epilepsy, neck/spine pain
(Green Spirit x Timewarp x Herijuana) RLS, insomnia, migraine, joint pain
(Green Spirit) Nausea, headache, body pain
(Herijuana x Trainwreck) Diabetic neuropathy, joint pain, insomnia, MS
(Herijuana) Pain, nausea, insomnia
(Ice Princess x Bubblegum) Migraine
(Jack Herer) Anxiety, fibromyalgia
(Juicy Fruit) Insomnia, joint pain, anxiety
(Kali Mist) Nausea, depression
(Kal-X) Body pain
(Killer Queen) Depression, back pain
(Krinkle x Kush x Freezeland) MS muscle spasms
(Leda Uno) Insomnia
(Legends Ultimate Indica x Herijuana) Muscle spasms, pain
(Legends Ultimate Indica) Insomnia, IBS
(Lemon Chemo) Insomnia, back pain, migraine
(Lemon Haze) RLS, chronic fatigue
(Lifesaver) Nausea, headache, pain, insomnia
(Lollipop) Cachexia, degenerative bone/disc disease, edema, general pain, general seizures, glaucoma, migraine, MS, nausea, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
(Lowryder) Nausea, pain, headache
(LSD) Nausea, anxiety, depression, headache
(M-39) Depression
(Magic Crystal) Migraine, PMS, depression, SADS, mania, nausea
(Mango x Northern Lights # 5) Pain, nausea, insomnia, anxiety
(Mango) Back pain, nausea
(Masterkush) Nausea
(Medicine Woman) Diabetic neuropathy, general pain, general seizures, glaucoma, Hepatitis C, muscle spasms, nausea, radiculopathy
(Misty) Hepatitis C, back pain, insomnia, nausea
(Motarebel Oguana Kush) Nerve Pain, muscle spasms, back pain, headache, insomnia
(Mountainberry) Insomnia, migraine, pain
(Northern Lights # 1) Arthritis
(Northern Lights # 2) Nausea, insomnia
(Northern Lights x Jamaican) Arthritis
(Northern Lights x Cinderella 99) Depression
(Northern Lights x Shiva) Body pain, back pain, toothache
(Northern Lights) Anxiety, radiculopathy, insomnia
(Northernberry) Pain
(Oregon 90) Insomnia, joint pain, RLS, pain, nausea
(Original Mystic) Epilepsy
(OG kush purple)
(Phaght Betty) Cachexia, degenerative bone/disc disease, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
(Queen Bee) Neck/spine pain
(Sensi Star) Migraine
(Shiskaberry x Dutch Treat) Migraine, anxiety, insomnia, nausea
(Shiskaberry x Hash Plant) Anxiety, nausea
(Skunk # 1) Nausea
(Snow White) PMS
(Sour cream) Insomnia, joint pain, nausea
(Stardust 13) Pain, nausea, insomnia
(Strawberry Cough) Back pain, depression
(Super Impact x AK-47) Pain, insomnia
(Super Impact) Nausea, insomnia, muscle pain, depression, anxiety, SADS, mania
(Super Silver Haze) Nausea, depression
(Super Thai) Depression
(Sweet Blu) Degenerative bone/disc disease, diabetic neuropathy, edema, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, nausea, neck/spine pain
(Sweet Tooth # 3) Depression
(Trainwreck x Herijuana) Nausea
(Trainwreck) Anxiety, arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, depression
(TW x LUI) Arthritis, nausea
(TX) Arthritis, asthma, general pain, general seizures, glaucoma, MS
(Ultra Green) Insomnia
(Wakeford) Anxiety, nausea, insomnia
(White Rhino – aka Medicine Man) Body pain, back pain, joint pain, insomnia
(White Russian) Pain, nausea
(White Widow x Big Bud) Depression
(White Widow) Cachexia, Hepatitis C, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Insomnia: Social Awareness, Emotional Stability: Black Domina, Butterscotch Hawiian, Trainwreck, Afgani, William’s Wonder, Blueberry.
MS Neuropathic Pain Urinary Incontinence: Trainwreck, Super Silver Haze), NYCD and Sour Diesel. For severe pain, concentrates may be required.
Digestive Disorders: Blueberry, Blackberry, Black Domina.
Nausea, Diarrhea & Cramping (including Menstrual): Blueberry.
Social Anxiety: Romulan, NL#5, Hindu Kush, OG Kush, Bubba Kush.
Stress: Heavenly Man.
Sleep & General Relaxation: Sonoma Coma, Lifesaver, Matanuska Thunder Fuck, XXX, Legends Ultimate Indica, Sensi Star.
Alert: AK-47, Dankouver, Cambodian X Orange Peako.
Anti Anxiety/Sleep: Blue Moonshine, Jack Herrer, M-39, Herijuana.
Chronic Pain: Romulan, Shiskeberry.
Appetite Stimulant/Spasms: Northernberry Herijuana.
Joint and Muscle Pain: Legends Ultimate Indica, UBC Chemo x Grapefruit.
Chronic pain: Blueberry, Hashplant
appetite stimulant: Catalyst
Joint and muscle pain: Blueberry
White Russian-ak-47 x white widow-excellent for chronic pain and insomnia-M39 for chronic pain-Peace BigD
Catalyst: is good for Anxiety and Depression.
Purple Kush: helps my stomach and bleeds off my stress/anxiety.
Slow train: ruins me for a good long while and my back pain just melts away
Romulan-munchies, sleep inducer
AK-47-pain relief, day dreaming, anti stress

Romulan: Pleasant slight mental high. *Great painkiller*/minor muscle relaxant. Aided sleep. My heart doesn’t race at all on this stuff! Apparently, it has a lower THC content than many, and this may account for it’s mellowness. Yeah! It also doesnt make me feel ‘stoned’ or stupid.
Blueberry Kush: Medium pain control. Medium body high, STRONG sleep inducer. Knocked me out. twice.
Peak 19- Too strong! 1/4 of a puff made my heart race for about a half hour, and made me feel like I was going to be ill. I hate this crap!!
Mango+Durban cross: Decent painkiller, euphoric feeling, ‘couch-lock’. Slightly ‘stupid’ high, and munchie inducer. Makes my fingers feel numb occasionally.
Trainwreck: Anti-anxiety. Muddled my thoughts a bit but not too much to be disturbing. Good painkiller. Slight heartrate elevation. Extreme munchee inducer.
The Skunk#1 that was grown on the PainPal system is VERY relaxing for me, it numbs my chronic back pain and is a real easy on the throat smoke. Two reasonable sized bowls and I’m off to "la la land"
Nevilles Haze is really good for psychiactric conditions, mood, and anxiety. I love Sensi-Star for it’s ability to control muscle pain and nausea. It also has a wonderful aroma and taste to boot.
I had a friend (RIP) who used to swear by Super Silver Haze cookies for his troublesome RLS and arthritic spinal problems. I have a couple of people I caregive that gave the strain a trial. Both of them said that the SSH cookies worked better than Rx medication and that Indica’s did nothing for them.
They also are very good for neuropathy and spasms from Multiple Sclerosis.
I eat 2 strong cookies a day – like clockwork – and dropped the Rx meds for spasms. This works well for me and it’s the first thing I will give to someone
who has MS or bladder problems that come with MS. Nothing I’ve used works better.
I have said it before, the Amsterdam Bubble Funk has a way of getting rid of my HEADACHES when the pinched nerve in my neck acts up with those top of the cranium gems of PAIN. Without a doubt, better than any asprin ever taken, and with immediate relief. As a general pain reliever, this strain does little for my FIBROMYALGIA. For that pain, i rely on Bubble Gum, or Blueberry to get me the relief i need, for the most part.
BUBBLE GUM, LIFESAVER, AMSTERDAM BUBBLE FUNK, & Kali Misty definitely help me to cope with my FIBO flare ups, by the way
AK-47- A more ‘active’ high, pretty decent munchie factor after a few minutes, and a very pleasant mental haze. Pain relief is definitely also a good plus with this one: an 8 for neuropathic pain, and a 9 for muscular pain. Effects are felt instantly, and although it’s very potent, it doesn’t make my heart race at all.
New York City Diesel- This strain tends to put a bit of ‘tightness’ in my chest. A 7-8 for pain control, and an odd discernable head buzz. This tends to come on slowly for me. Small munchie factor.
Trainwreck (further thoughts)- This is a really great strain to be active with. I’ve been using Trainwreck in the morning, followed by small hits of AK-47 throughout the day for pain relief, and it’s very effective.
Medicine Man- Excellent for neuropathic pain. I’ve been told by some that this is another name for White Rhino. although it doesn’t seem to have as ‘active’ a quality as I expected from this strain. More than any other strain, this cannabis creates a fogging mental haze that can be shaken off if necessary, but really helps with perception of pain. I give this a 10 out of 10 for pain control and general anti-anxiety/mood elevation, however, I’d save it for the night- it’s not the most motivating thing in the world, although it is possible to become productive if you push yourself enough.
Afgooy. Great for stomach stuff as well. Serious couch lock. This stuff will make your face numb.
M-39- Very happy, decent bodily relaxation, excellent anti-anxiety, and good for cramps.
Silver Haze- AMAZING for pain- it’s a very even head/body buzz, but it’s an alert, cerebral one. I want to be busy when I’m on this stuff.
RomSpice- This is the strongest body high I’ve ever felt. It literally makes my whole body feel numb and tingly. I give it a 12 out of 10 for pain. It surpasses Romulan by at least half. AMAZING and wonderful! It not only kills my pain- without massive amounts of opiates, but it also helps withdrawl symptoms- VERY well. It brought my aches down to being barely tolerable with advil (as opposed to me lying on the floor aching, shaking and vomiting).
I highly recommend the club on 9th St. (10th st. is okay too, but the staff isn’t nearly as knowledgable) in San Francisco. They know exactly what strains suit which ailments. Apparently, Cindy99 is supposed to be excellent for MS- they make bhang out of the most potent strains they have (RomSpice and Cindy99 for this batch), and many MS patients haven’t needed anything more than an occasional advil. AMAZING stuff.
Anti nausea strains: (I have BAD nausea due to a bad liver, kidney disfunction, and mental trauma/PTSD) RomSpice, Silver Haze, Romulan, NY Sour Diesel, M-39, Blue Moonshine, are ALL excellent- their effectivness is in order from greatest to lesser- but all of them work very well.
Sour Diesel is excellent for anxiety, as is Bubblegum. SD gives an almost tangible sense of relaxation in the head- it killed a developing migraine before it started.
my personal preference for treating MS, is ANY strong Indica. i stay away from any/all pure Sativas.
the reason is the effects from Sativas- energetic up buzz,, activates my spazticity with this disease.
it turns on my shaking in plain terms, makes me shake more,, it makes me vibrate, -try drinking coffeee i end up wearing it.
so for me,, an Indica,, a very very strong Indica, is what i need to treat my issues with MS- Neuropathic pain,, spazticity.
indicas turn off my spazticity.
so for Ms in conclusion,, with my needs specifically,, i would have a list with only this-
NO SATIVAS. Indicas Only.
Papaya: really helps chronic insomnia esp kief in cooking.
White Rhino: eases some chronic pain and assisted with hunger issues through chemo
Grapefruit: Great for depression but not so good for anxiety issues.
White Widow: Found to be good for depression and lessens anxiety (again personal opinion here)
Northen light x big bud: Good for moderate pain and late picked found to give a relaxing buzz. good for stress through pain, anxiety and long term chemo fatigue.

Originally posted by darkngimpy at Michigan Medical Marijuana Association