Bawdy Snatcher Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 24%
Yield
12 to 16 ounces per square meter
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Climate
Warm and Dry climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Sweet, spicy, earthy, and herbal 

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Bawdy Snatcher Marijuana Seeds Information

Bawdy Snatcher strain is a reflux flowering ruderalis indica and sativa mixture from Sterquiliniis seeds. It is a crossbreed plant with Mephisto ManBearAlienPig and Sterquiliniis Blackberry Crack.

The taste is rich, with subtle notes of spices, with an earthy aftertaste. It gives a happy sensation and uplifts users after puffing this Kush, a compliment for your afternoon delight.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Bawdy Snatcher?

This strain comes with excellent earthy flavors. Bawdy Snatcher, apart from the amazing effects of its origins, also prides its taste. The sweet and spicy taste is flat to the throat. Users get focused and increase their energy, which allows them to move and complete tasks. At the same time, people enjoying this strain also feel more sociable. 

 What are the Medical Benefits of Bawdy Snatcher?

One of its most successful use in medical cannabis society is to help patients advise and manage their depression. This is achieved due to the equitable cerebral and physical highs that collude to induce users to feel relaxed and uplifted. The benefit to patients dealing with epilepsy or seizure is it helps patients in pain, inflammation, and hyperactivity.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bawdy Snatcher? 

Some people may feel dizzy, and this normally happens at the start of its cerebral high. This strain can also produce dry mouth and irritated eyes. It would help if you stayed hydrated on or after you utilizing this cannabis to reduce these side effects.

How to Grow Bawdy Snatcher?

Hybrid cannabis like Bawdy Snatcher is suitable for growing either indoors and outdoors. This strain thrives on flourishing in a typical rainy summer. 

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