Garlic Breath strain

Garlic Breath

Strains

Garlic Breath is an Indica-leaning hybrid (705 Indica and 30% Sativa) bred by a Canon City breeder Cannaventure Seeds. The breeder crossed the Tennessee Hogsbreath with Chemdog D Bx2 strains to create a nighttime relaxing marijuana strain for every cannabis user. Garlic Breath is mildly potent, with a THC of about 16-18%.

FLAVORS


PUNGENT
EARTHY
PEPPERY
SPICY
PINEY
WOODY
COFFEE

USAGE


DEPRESSION
FATIGUE
NAUSEA
STRESS
INSOMNIA
CHRONIC PAIN

EFFECTS


RELAXING
HAPPY
SLEEPY
CALMING
HUNGRY
BOOSTS CREATIVITY

GROWING INFO


THRIVES INDOORS AND OUTDOORS AND TAKES ABOUT 56-70 DAYS TO FLOWER, GIVING RELATIVELY HIGH YIELDS.

THC

16-18%

CBD

0.61 – 1.06%

SATIVA

30%

INDICA

70%

Garlic Breath Strain Review

Garlic Breath marijuana strain produces dense and bright oval-shaped buds. You can also identify it with its compact calyxes, heavy amber crystal trichomes, and limited bright orange pistils spread throughout the buds. These features give Garlic Breath its bright-green color with a shiny appearance.

The Indica genetic component of Garlic Breath manifests in its structure. It is relatively short and bushy. According to the breeder, Garlic Breath takes about 56-70 days to flower indoors and outdoors by late October. Fortunately, this strain grows well indoors and outdoors and produces high yields. You can expect 15-20 ounces per plant from an outdoor garden or 1-2 ounces per square foot indoors.

Garlic Breath’s aroma is skunky, herbal, and peppery. Its overall smell is wet-dank, with garlic and room-filling stank of diesel. The same can be said for its flavor, with dominant tastes being earth, pepper, spice, pine, and wood. It also has garlic and an herbal flavor that stays on your palate long after the last toke.

Garlic Breath is one of the favorites for Indica lovers who want a nighttime strain for its calming high that lulls you into sleep. It starts with a subtle lift of spirits and a sense of happiness and easiness. These initial feelings erase all negative thoughts in your mind and invite an influx of creativity for handling artwork. The initial effects settle in a relaxing state that makes you sedated and sleepy.

Adverse effects

  • DRY EYES
  • HEADACHE
  • DRY MOUTH
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