Dance World: Equal Parts THC and CBD
Dance World produces a finely tuned cannabinoid profile featuring a nearly even ratio of THC to CBD. By combining high-CBD varieties with more balanced genetics, our breeding team created a mellow cultivar that offers smokers the best of both worlds.
They started the breeding project with Dancehall 20, a strain loved for its chilled-out high and respectable levels of CBD. This sativa-dominant hybrid combines a cerebral and stimulating buzz with moreish tastes of spice and sweetness.
RQS breeders crossed these tasty genetics with Juanita la Lagrimosa, a quintessential high-CBD cultivar that helped give rise to the prime CBD-rich strains we see today.
After stabilising this cross, our breeders created a reliable phenotype that produces dense flowers loaded with cannabinoids and synergistic terpenes.
Effects, Flavour, and Aroma of Dance World
Dance World exudes an abundance of resin during the late flowering stage. This viscous substance possesses a THC value of around 12% alongside almost identical quantities of CBD. This close balance produces a level-headed high that mellows the mind and melts the muscles.
High levels of CBD reduce any overwhelming sensations by dampening the top end of the high. This enables users to remain functional and productive while still enjoying the dopamine rush of being high, making Dance World a suitable candidate for daytime use.
Dance World’s rich terpene profile infuses every hit with delicious notes of fruit, pine, and spices.
Growing Dance World
Dance World will keep your stash jars loaded for quite some time. Indoor plants produce up to 525g/m² while remaining under 100cm tall. Prepare to harvest and trim these buds after a flowering period of 8 weeks.
Outdoor plants grow to greater heights of 120cm and treat cultivators to
yields of 450g/plant. Expect to harvest your crop during early October. She handles the cold well and thrives in raised beds.