Red Bulgarian Dragon

Red Bulgarian Dragon Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average
Flavors
Musk, Skunk, Sour, and Berry

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Red Bulgarian Dragon Marijuana Seeds Information

The dark purple leaves of the Red Bulgarian Dragon have a striking lime green midrib, and rock hard minty buds are covered in resins that give her a slivery look. This weed was the creation of Dragons Flame Genetics, where they crossed the offspring strain of Blowfish and Bulgarian with the Dragons Stash.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Red Bulgarian Dragon?

Taste the excellent mix of musky and sour flavors with berry undertone that invigorates your taste buds. The Red Bulgarian Dragon has a mild skunk aftertaste makes every exhale worth it.

The effect will bring your body to a complete stone. The body buzz starts at the back of the head, flowing down to the shoulders then to the spine. Soon after it peaks, you’ll long for a nap that you deserve.

What are the Medical Benefits of Red Bulgarian Dragon?

The physical effects of this marijuana serve as a pain reliever to patients who are suffering from muscle cramps, inflammation, gastrointestinal disorders, migraines, and chronic pain related to injuries. It can also help individuals manage their insomnia, depression, or anxiety.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Red Bulgarian Dragon.

Some users feel this weed’s side effects in the morning after their night session, where they often feel sleepy and dizzy. To some, especially to new patients, they may experience an increase in heart rate, and if toked too much, it can lead to anxiety.

How to Grow Red Bulgarian Dragon?

It doesn’t matter if you prefer growing marijuana outdoors or indoors because this weed’s flexibility, she can adapt to any form of cultivation without sacrificing yield production. This is a low maintenance cannabis plant and tolerates novice mistakes in feeding and light cycle.

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