King’s Bread

King’s Bread Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21%
Yield
400g / square meter
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
9 - 10 weeks
Climate
Warm Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
1 - 2 meter
Flavors
Cheesy, Citrus, Lemon, Sweet

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King’s Bread Marijuana Seeds Information

This Sativa cannabis strain is also known as King’s Breath. It delivers a minty yet citrusy aroma and taste of lemons and cheese. This strain is believed to be a landrace strain from Jamaica, particularly the Blue Mountain region.

Unfortunately, exact details of its genealogy remain anonymous, with some considering it bares links to island’s other landrace strain, the Jamaican.

What are the flavors and effects of King’s Bread Strain?

The bud’s scent like citrus and are covered in a crystal shawl. It tastes like a glass of minty lemonade, with a cheesy finish. The strain allows a light body buzz with a clear-headed high, which is surprising, thinking it is a Sativa strain. Moreover, users will feel softened and euphoric. Even though users feel relaxed, the strain will lead consumers into complete couchlock. Users will find it easier to focus and will be able to function normally without moving out of place.

What are the medical benefits of King’s Bread Strain?

Medicinal users will adore this bud for its soothing effects. It can treat loss of appetite, stress, headaches, fatigue, PMS, Tinnitus, spasms, and pain.

Negative effects of King’s Bread Strain

Newer users are recommended to take this bud slow and steady. Its adverse effects include the usual dry eyes, dry mouth, and headaches.

How to grow King’s Bread Strain?

There is little knowledge about growing this particular strain. The strain’s lineage is so shrouded in mystery. The only known information about it is that it produces a moderate amount of yield and prefers a warm climate. Also, the chunks are green in color with hues of light brown and purple.

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