Baba Looey

Baba Looey Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Flowering Period
7- 8 weeks
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty

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Baba Looey Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain was first bred by Afghani Seeds and Extracts. With an old name which often is attributed to its African origin, this hybrid is also known as “Looey” for short by cannabis lovers and breeders world over. 

 Expect a strong spicy aroma with blends of sweet aftertaste. An attempt to break open its buds will offer you nevertheless, sweet scents. Famous for its very short sized stem features. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of the Baba Looey?

This strain also helps in cerebral stimulation and has a fruity flavour. This strain will present you with sedating and calming effects while maintaining the boundary.

 It will make you creative, whether analytically, or task-based. This cannabis will leave you euphoric and energized while helping you to stay focused.  

What are the Medical Benefits of the Baba Looey

When you are a patient of sexually related illnesses such as low sperm count, low sex drive and erectile dysfunction, then this strain is for you. It is also being recommended for people suffering from mild to severe migraine, nausea, arthritis, depression, bipolar and moderate stress.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Baba Looey

An overdose Intake of this hybrid strain tends to cause dizziness, paranoia, and dry mouth. You will also suffer from dry, itchy eyes and headaches when you abuse it.

 How to Grow the Baba Looey strain? 

When you must have decided to grow this hybrid, make sure to inlet good lighting to reach the plant strain as this will help its proper growth and subsequently yield. Its growing is best indoors as it has a unique short stem and you ought to apply daily watering which is dependent on the season when you planted this strain. Expect to flower to start from after 7 to 8 weeks of growing this strain.

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