Buffalo Bill

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
25 to 28%
Flavors
Sweet, berry, spicy, and herbal 
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm climate
Yield
10 to 12 ounces per square meter
Height
Medium
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
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Strain Information

Buffalo Bill is a sativa-dominant between Willie’s Wonder and Killer Ken produced by New House Seeds and nurtured by Doc and Yeti’s in Washington State. A sheet of crystal pitch covers the thick buds, almost hiding its interweaving green and lavender colors. 

Though 70% sativa by heredity, Buffalo Bill strain can hit with a force that leaves you attached to your seat while the mind freely ranges blissful euphoria. A sweet, earthy pine fragrance drifts from its kief-caked pot, transferring your senses through to a wintery bliss.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Buffalo Bill?

Buffalo Bill strain tastes just like how it smells. The first toke exposes the taste of pine and wood but the tropic flavors of citric and pineapple. Emitting the smoke leaves the herbal aftertaste of sage and sweet tea. Buffalo Bill’s strain effects usually take grip right after the first puff. As with many Sativa-dominant hybrids, it first raises users to soar heights before gently moving them down. Giving a unique pleasure that is brought about by a euphoric rush.

 What are the Medical Benefits of Buffalo Bill?

This strain’s healing benefit lies in its psychoactive attributes and cannabinoids. Buffalo Bill continues to aid users suffering from either mental or physical discomfort. Patients diagnosed with depression or PTSD but may find relief with Buffalo Bill.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Buffalo Bill? 

This strain has its fair share of adverse reactions. Often times it adds dryness in the eyes and the mouth as well as a bit of dizziness or a headache. 

How to Grow Buffalo Bill?

Patience is normally a necessity when raising Buffalo Bill. But once the flowering stage of 9 to 10 weeks is done, it rewards a decent yield. Buffalo Bill prospers in warm climates.