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Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
The tangy tasting and pungent cannabis strain Banjo is a cross between Boost and Tangelo. The Banjo is known for its usage in a variety of settings like parties, gatherings, couple retreats, simple conversations, discussions and solo introspection. The strain has both entertaining and therapeutic properties with THC levels ranging from 18% to 28%.
Banjo is one of the strains that starts showing its effect even before the smoker realizes it. The user only comes to know its punch when he starts experiencing pulsation in his temples and later stimulation in the salivary glands.
Once the initial effects start fading, the picture slowly becomes clear and the user begins to perceive his surroundings more intensely. This intense feeling allows him to take interest in things, which he would have found boring or ignored earlier. The strain keeps the mind engaged in a particular task for longer duration helping the user to finish it quickly.
Banjo’s entertaining and therapeutic usage helps in treating most of the psychological disorders. Its property of enhancing cerebral activity is helpful in treating attention deficit disorder. Since it boosts mood it can temporarily give relief from mild stress, anxiety, and depression. It also used to relieve pains, cramps, spasms and aches both mild and severe.
The tangy cannabis strain Banjo is a cross between Boost and Tangelo. The strain has entertaining properties with THC levels ranging from 18% to 28%.