BC Roadkill may have a violent name, but it will leave you feeling deeply relaxed. It was created in British Columbia by Cannacopia and it is a cross between BC Roadkill Skunk and the pure indica Deep Chunk. The result is a pungent and potent strain with THC levels of up to 25%.
The flowers tend to be quite big with a typical indica structure. The leaves are a dark forest green and they are covered by translucent trichomes, which gives them a slightly white glow. The smell is quite funky but there are hints of citrus. When ground, the smell becomes more hash-like and when burnt, the smoke is harsh.
The high from BC Roadkill starts slowly and can take up to quarter of an hour to be felt. It begins with a slight pressure in the upper face and this is sometimes accompanied by sensory distortions. Some say that their focus improves and many have reported free association occurring in their thought processes. Overall the high is smooth and quite mellow, but not one suited to physical activity. As time passes, users become more and more sleepy, making it a strain best used in the evening.
BC Roadkill may also have a number of medical benefits. It could help alleviate symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. It may also help physical pain of all types. In high doses, it is a strain that can help insomniacs sleep and it is a good choice for those who are prone to panic or paranoia.
It is possible to purchase seeds of BC Roadkill and it can be grown indoors and outdoors. The plants tend to be short and bushy, and they flower within 8 weeks when grown indoors.