Cannabinoids interfere with the production and retention of moisture. As such, it is not uncommon for users to experience dryness in the eyes and the mouth. It is mild but barely noticeable at all for experienced users. However, beginners who experience discomfort may manage it by drinking water throughout the day. Headaches are also possible but temporary.
The cerebral onset’s effects also stimulate the appetite. Hence, it is highly recommended to have snacks nearby around an arm’s length away. In this way, users need not get up and go to the kitchen to prepare some food. Although, if the bud is used in moderation, one should not have a problem with moving around to perform light physical activities.
Because of its heavy-hitting comedown, Kill Bill is best used during days off or to cap the night off after a long day at work. However, users may still take advantage of the strain during the morning or afternoon by limiting it to low dosages. Otherwise, it can be counterproductive.
Its name comes from its lineage, Killer Queen. From it, the well-balanced hybrid gained its fruity undertones as well as stimulating head high. Meanwhile, Willy’s Wonder contributed to its offspring’s wonderful Indica genetics and easy growth profile.
Feeling thoroughly relaxed, users eventually feel drowsy. The eyes droop until it is eventually closed as one drifts off to a deep sleep. Its sedating properties enhance the quality and quantity of sleep so patients with insomnia can rely on the strain.
Indoors, the plant will need to be pruned and topped early. It will keep the plant short as well as improve light and air circulation around the lower nodes. Growers can also choose to train it using either the Sea or Screen of Green method. A hydroponics setup further hastens the flowering period. Directing the nutrients directly to the roots will also possibly double yields. However, growers that want to enhance flavor may want to use soil instead. After maturing for 7 to 9 weeks, it produces at least 350 to 400 grams of buds per square meter.
Kill Bill’s effects manifest immediately after the first few puffs. However, rather than a head-slamming high that leaves users feeling overwhelmed, it is a gentle rush of euphoria that starts at the temples before moving through the rest of the body.
Many fans wonder if they’ll ever get to see the return of Uma Thurman’s Beatrix Kiddo. Tarantino planted the seeds of a Kill Bill Vol. 3 ever since shooting his first two films. In a recent interview with Variety, he once again fed speculation of the third film being his next, and last, movie. When asked if Kill Bill Vol. 3 was still on the table, Tarantino answered, “Why not?”
The Matrix received the kind of mainstream attention and popularity that worried the prolific writer. And with The Matrix’s brand expanding, Tarantino was beginning to see it as competition for one of his own beloved movies.
In the same interview with Vulture, Tarantino revealed he considered Matrix Reloaded a threat while doing Kill Bill. But actually seeing The Matrix sequel eased his worries about the competition the film posed.
However, this wasn’t always the case. Tarantino admitted the last time he did feel competitive was when The Matrix came out.
Why Quentin Tarantino once considered ‘The Matrix’ as competition for ‘Kill Bill’
But there are still other ideas floating around Tarantino’s head. One of which is a comedy film.
In the same interview with Sky Movies, Tarantino admitted that he was unimpressed by the Matrix sequels. Although Battle Royale was his number one favorite film, The Matrix, would’ve been a solid number two. Unfortunately, however, sequels tainted his feelings on the original.
But although Tarantino compares himself to his contemporaries every once in a while, he insists it’s not out of competitiveness. In a resurfaced interview with Vulture, Tarantino explained there was only one person he competed against.
Quentin Tarantino doesn’t see himself in competition with anyone
“I’m not James Cameron and I could never think like that – I don’t think he could think like me either,” Tarantino once said according to MTV News. But if I could go into a time machine and think like that and be able to do what he could do, that would be great.”
“This might come across as egotistical, but I don’t really feel in competition with anybody anymore,” Tarantino confided. “I’m in competition with myself. David O. Russel can have the biggest hit of the year, and that doesn’t take anything away from me. I couldn’t have been happier that Rick Linklater was at the Oscars this year.”