Brad Lee OG

Brad Lee O.G. Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17 ounces per square meter (Indoor Yield) 16 ounces or more per plant (Outdoor Yield)
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
56-63 days
Hot and Tropical
Growing Difficulty
78 inches
Earthy, Pine, Spicy, Herbal, Woody

Where To Buy Brad Lee O.G. Marijuana Seeds

Brad Lee O.G. Marijuana Seeds Information

Brad Lee O.G. is a strain from Roots 6.4 Gardens that is an Indica Dominant Hybrid. This strain can be developed either inside or outside. It is a cross between the works of art of an Unknown OG Kush and Lou Dawg. This strain is intense and not prescribed for fledglings. It is best utilized for morning and night.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Brad Lee O.G.?

It tastes new and natural. Its undeniable woody taste conveys a dash of zest, and sweet notes are typical and blended in with the lemon-lime citrus notes. The cannabis strain’s high is a strong and interminable daze like a mind-body soften. It will elevate you and afterward give luxurious lethargy that finishes in a love seat lock.

What are the medical benefits of Brad Lee O.G.?

It can give profound, strong help and unwinding, dependable alleviation from cerebral pains, headaches, and sickness. It is a most loved among those experiencing tension and misery, in light of its capacity to prompt a condition of quiet loosening up. It offers itself up as a ground-breaking torment reliever, for a wide range of physical just as mental torments.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Brad Lee O.G.

The normal dry-mouth issue is available here, as in most significant strains, frequently joined by a dry-eye sensation.

How to Grow Brad Lee O.G.?

It is best developed in deliberately streamlined settings, and whenever kept outside, ought to be given a hot and tropical atmosphere to empower development. This strain is marginally delicate and helpless to fine buildup. It can likewise be the casualty of bugs and sickness because of its low opposition.

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