Also called “Lamb’s Breath,” Lamb’s Bread is a bright green and sticky sativa strain. The effects have been known to give mass amounts of energy and positive introspection. Stress subsides quickly from the Lamb’s Bread buzz, which can help ease depression. The origins of this plant comes from Jamaica and it has been reported that even Bob Marley himself has encountered this wonderful slice of cannabis genealogy.

In recent years the Lamb’s Bread cannabis strain has grown to become particularly in-demand, though it is not the easiest to find. Unfortunately, not all dispensaries and recreational shops carry this magical island-derived cannabis strain, but its distribution is slowly continuing to grow. By far one of the most profound and heavily underrated marijuana strains throughout the world of marijuana, what makes Lamb’s Breath so distinct and outlandish is not just its origins, but rather some of its additional intriguing attributes.

Featuring a prominent THC content, conducted lab tests have returned results of this strain containing 19-25% of this component on average. The high comes on fast, impacting the mind almost immediately, while simultaneously energizing the entire body. Best described as a sativa that is energizing and motivating, but will not leave you jittery, anxious or nervous, like so many sativas tend to do, in addition to acting as a wake up alarm for your whole body and mind, Lamb’s Bread also allows its consumer to enter a world and state of deep mental introspection.

The flavor of Lamb’s Breath weed presents an element of spice and earth, sticking to the tongue with a frosting-like taste that features hints of piney undertones. Appearance-wise, the buds of Lamb’s Bread are equally as remarkable, not because they are some amazing or strange color, rather they radiate of pure, vibrant green. The buds can be quite large in size, with a successful harvest offering dense herb that is loaded with a thick coating of frosty trichomes all along the sugar leaves.

The typical flowering time of this plant is 9-10 weeks, with outdoor harvest falling around mid-October to mid-November. Yields are moderate to sizeable, with successful indoors harvests producing around 14 ounces per meter squared of useable bud, while outdoors harvests generate around 14 ounces per plant. Probably the most ideal factor about cultivating Lamb’s Breath; it is naturally resistant to most common diseases, keeping the level of required maintenance at a minimum, so long as you know what to look for and what to take care of.

Ideal for the artistic type who needs a little extra push to get them going, Lamb’s Bread is even suitable to bring out into the open during an art party or creative gathering, so you can share some of this energy with others.

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