Domino is a powerful indica with deep effects that can last longer than common indicas, especially for smokers un-accompanied by a high THC endurance. Nevertheless its roots tend to be not well documented, this bud may have origins in British Columbia. But its genetic background and original breeders tend to be obscure, there’s no doubt about this strain’s value for those looking for a mellow and calming trip. Its THC content has been measured at moderate levels between 12% and 15%.


Domino’s thorough relaxation can have advantages for medical pot consumers along with recreational ones. Its almost paralyzing effects can take the sting out of the troubling indications of stress depression, anxiety, and even PTSD. Physically speaking, it may lessen pain that’s due to short-term inflammation and also chronic conditions like arthritis. Domino can also stoke the appetite, helping those who have lost their hunger to infection or to chemotherapy treatment. In a correctly comfortable set and setting, the strain may even help insomniacs find some sleep. Because it doesn’t come with several powerful transcending effects, Domino is a perfect alternative for users who tend be at risk of panic; although, its powerful body high may offer disorienting and those accompanied by a low THC endurance may aspire to consume the strain with caution.

Domino Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects

Happiness 79.68% of users reported feeling happier.
Uplifted 59.68% of users reported feeling uplifted.
Euphoria 39.63% of users reported feelings of happiness.
Anti-Depressant 39.58% of users felt uplifted after consumption.
Pain Reduction 39.25% of users noticed a reduction in pain.
Stressed 99.62% of users reported reduced stress.
Dry Mouth 33.02% of users reported a dry mouth.
Dry Eyes 99.48% of users reported dry eyes.
Muscle Spasms 19.43% of users reported fewer muscle spasms.
Insomnia 59.34% of users reported trouble sleeping.
Headaches 66.11% of users reported headaches.
Sleepy 99.62% of users reported feeling sleepy.
Tingly 59.34% of users reported feeling tingly.