Howling at the moon? No need to fear, Supa Dawg is here! #Marijuana #PTSD

Supa DawgIf you have PTSD, you probably wake up in the middle of the night and howl at the moon quite a bit.

It’s normal.

So when I find a cannabis strain that really hits the spot for me (someone with pretty bad CPTSD when not controlled with marijuana, exercise and mindfulness) I like to share the news.

Supa Dawg is one such strain.

Wow. Positive Fun. Stoney!

I had become triggered on Twitter, which is a daily occurrence. And yet, given my situation, I feel if I ever ceased to Tweet it would be curtains for me. I have to get my story out to continue to feel safe until some powerful people are locked up.

I always say, until they lock up the elite, I will continue to Tweet.

So what makes Supa Dawg so special? For starters, I like anything that smells piney. At many Denver-area dispensaries, such as Emerald Fields and Smokin’ Gun, you’re encouraged to smell the weed before buying it.

What’s more, at Smokin’ Gun they label the weed as to which terpenes (medicinal compounds) they contain. I loaded up on several pinene strains on a recent visit, and Supa Dawg was one of them.

Here’s what Cannafo says about Super Dog:

“Super Dawg is an indica strain , This strain’s genetics include:Chem Dawg (Chemdog), and Amherst (Mass.) Super Skunk.It originates from: Afghanistan, Colombia, and Mexico. It may taste fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, piney. When smoked, this strain can make you feel euphoria, creativity, calm, numbness, appetite gain, and pain relief. Negative side effects can include: slight anxiety and slight dry_mouth.”

No anxiety here. I’d say it has brought me serenity, confidence, and stoniness.

Praise Jesus.

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