Bora Bora

Bora Bora Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
4-5%
Yield
500 - 800 gr/m2 (Indoor Yield) 18 ounces or more per plant (Outdoor Yield)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
56 - 65 days
Climate
Warm climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
unknown
Flavors
Wood, citrus and herbal spice

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Bora Bora Marijuana Seeds Information

Bora Bora from Sin City Seeds is an Indica Dominant Hybrid that can be developed inside and outside. It is a cross between the stunning Tora Bora and ACDC. This medicinal cannabis shows extraordinary life during the vegetative development stage and radiates an exceptionally sweet, impactful scent. This is delectably smooth and light smoke. It is best utilized during the daytime and evening.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bora Bora?

On the off chance that you taste notes of sweet natural pine upon breath out, don’t be shocked. This cannabis strain actuates a run of the mill indica high with a quieting, narcotic impact that will assist you with getting the chance to rest around evening time. It is prescribed for experienced clients and anybody experiencing joint pain, sleep deprivation, or aggravation.

What are the medical benefits of Bora Bora?

It can help calm the manifestations of interminable agonies and muscle fits. It’s a given that by inciting a significant body unwinding, clients are additionally going to nod off even before the impacts of the strain at last leaves the body. It turns into a helpful guide for patients and even restless people who need quality rest.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bora Bora

While dry mouth is run of the mill, as is dry eyes, the other potential conditions brought about by the strain is by all accounts progressively articulated contrasted with others. These incorporate discombobulation or having a migraine. Now and again, a couple of individuals may likewise encounter nervousness.

How to Grow Bora Bora?

These buds are likewise secured with a thick layer of clingy gums. Developing the plant is enjoyment, and the best part is that it is very tolerant and versatile, settling on it a perfect decision for first-time producers.

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