Bella Ciao

Bella Ciao Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Moderate
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
50-55 days
Climate
Warm environment
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
100 – 120 cm
Flavors
Pine, lemon, kush

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Bella Ciao Marijuana Seeds Information

The potent Bella Ciao is the result of Northern Lights being crossed into one of its own. This independent crossing gave birth to the strain with more rapid and denser foliage. It also formed indica dominant genes. With a flowering time of 7 -8 weeks, its height can span from 35 to 40 inches. Growing indoors or outdoors is never a problem because Bella Ciao is a survivor.  It can be grown by experts and especially novices. This strain was actually bred with beginners in mind. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bella Ciao?

The term “Bella Ciao” roughly translates to “goodbye beautiful”. It is an Italian song used to resist fascism. Sung during World War 2, it has been a symbol of freedom since then. This freedom is similar to this strain’s high. It tastes fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, and piney. The high is relatively short-lived but definitely remarkable that it can change history.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bella Ciao?

The indica dominance in Bella Ciao’s genes makes it a good joint for pain relief and nausea. It is also used as medicinal marijuana by some anxiety and depression patients. The relaxing properties alleviate their symptoms, keeping them calm and relieving any suicidal thoughts. The strain is also used for chemotherapy and people suffering from breathing problems due to asthma. Perfect for evening usage, you can say “goodbye beautiful” to insomnia. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bella Ciao

Excessive smoking of Bella Ciao can induce an uncontrollable cough that fits the asthma patient. There were also reports of anxiety and stress. The smoke can also keep the user up instead of relaxed. Cottonmouth and dry eyes also lead the reports.

How to Grow Bella Ciao? Some information and Tips

The Bella Ciao strain is easy to grow. It responds well to any growing techniques. It doesn’t mean you can leave it alone, though. It can surprise even the most seasoned gardener. You have to cultivate the soil as much as you can with only a moderate level and supply of nutrients.

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