Bright Eyes Marijuana Seeds Information
Bright Eyes is a hybrid bred by Riot Seeds dominated by indica genes. Formerly called Rocky Mountain High, it originated from Colorado. It is a combination of Mikado and Colorado Green Bud. It grows to a promising strain with purple hues and pink pistils showered with just the right amount of snowy trichomes. It can be grown indoors, outdoors and greenhouse.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Bright Eyes?
Bright Eyes smells and tastes fruity with hints of lemon, berry, and banana which is courtesy of Mikado, while it leaves a funky aftertaste courtesy of Colorado Green Bud. The euphoric high will definitely make your day brighter. The clear-headed buzz will clear your mind of any negative or disorganized thoughts. It will calm the apocalypse in your mind in no time so you can thoroughly immerse in the uplifting feeling. You will feel energized the whole day and will be fuelled with the motivation to do the tasks you have been procrastinating on. The ideas also seem to be endless, so you can’t help but be talkative.
What are the medical benefits of Bright Eyes?
Bright Eyes’ therapeutic capabilities can help patients suffering from anxiety, depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder. It can also help with physical pains such as muscle spasms, back pain, inflammation, and headache. ADD and ADHD patients’ concentration and focus will be increased as well, enabling them to handle tasks one at a time.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bright Eyes
Dry mouth, dry eyes, and parched throat are the minor side effects for overindulging in Bright Eyes’ goodness, yet due to its potency, it also presents major effects such as headache, migraine, hallucinations, and paranoia. It is best to have refreshments nearby and to stay within tolerance.
How to grow Bright Eyes? Some information and Tips
The Sea of Green (SOG) setup is recommended in cultivating Bright Eyes. It can grow bushy with wide leaves due to its indica properties so pruning is advised. This is to allow air ventilation and equal distribution of light. This can also help in avoiding the build-up of molds and mildew.