UBC Chemo - Legendary British Columbian Strain for Medical Relief
UBC Chemo is a pure indica with an intriguing origin story. Rumor has it, the strain was developed by Canadian environmental activist and scientist, David Suzuki, in the 1960s at the University of British Columbia for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Since then, many breeders have preserved this BC plant, though it's still considered a rare find. Not only does it have delicious herbal and woody flavors, but it's also highly valued for its potent medical effects.
Effects of UBC Chemo
UBC Chemo packs a powerful punch, so a little goes a long way. Its effects can sometimes creep up on you before taking full force, leaving you feeling heavy behind the eyes. This strain is known to induce a sedative state, making it an ideal choice for relieving any type of bodily pain, nausea, and arthritis. It also offers feelings of euphoria and happiness, which can help ease symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression. Plus, it's known to cause the munchies, so a loss of appetite can be expected to disappear when using this strain. Since it's so potent and sedative, UBC Chemo is best suited for evenings and can even help those who suffer from insomnia.
THC Content & Origin
UBC Chemo is a pure indica, and its THC levels average at 21% potency, reaching up to 29%. Despite its mysterious lineage, its origin story traces back to David Suzuki during his time at the University of British Columbia. It's now considered a clone-only plant, and current breeders who continue its legacy include professional growers at BC Bud Depot