Lamb’s Bread, also known as Lamb’s Breath, is a heavily Sativa hybrid from Jamaican Island. It consists of about 95% Sativa, making it referred to as pure Sativa. There is a lot of mystery surrounding the genetic lineage of this strain. Regardless, it was received well in the streets. It was popular in the 90s among reggae artists, including Bob Marley. Lamb’s Bread is a mildly potent strain with a THC level of about 16-21%.
Lamb’s Bread marijuana strain produces buds with open, fluffy calyxes typical of the traditional Sativa varieties. The nuggets are long, cone-shaped, and lighter. The bud’s colors vary from light-green to forest-green and are covered by a layer of milky and amber trichomes. Rusty-orange pistils stick out, summing up the appearance.
Lamb’s Bread is classified as moderate-difficult to grow. If you are a beginner, try other marijuana strains. The plant needs enough space to branch out and spread its leaves. Fortunately, Lamb’s Bread can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. It does well in equatorial and hot regions, the reason it thrived in Jamaica. You will be ready to harvest in mid-October and mid-November and expect a yield of 14 ounces per plant.
Lamb’s Bread serves users with skunky and cheesy aroma with undertones of spice and gas. Its flavor is, however, different from the impression the smell gives. The smoke is somehow sweet and creamy. You will enjoy its smooth and pleasurable taste.
The positive effects of Lamb’s Bread kick in immediately after smoking it. It begins with an uplifting head-high and a feeling of euphoria. There is also a surge of energy and improvement in creativity, making it a daytime strain. You can choose it when you want to do arts and crafts or other activities such as going out or housework.
Lamb’s Bread can help bring peace and contentment to patients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADD, chronic stress, and other mood-related disorders.
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