Hell’s Bells

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    55-65 days
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    Sage, grape, and pineapple
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Strain Information

After a careful gene selection for the past few years, a strain similar to the effect of Kush was developed. From its parents, Strawberry Sour Diesel and a male Kuchi, Hell’s Bell were created. The result has become an accurate representation of distinctive Kush taste. Its physical features are dark with a hint of autumn colors which differs from the rest.

 Hells’ Bells is a powerhouse strain that is relative to Kush. This strain is considered a variety that allows the users to meditate and chill through its harsh- like aromas and flavors. Although relaxation is one of its usual effects, being talkative seeps in at times. To some, it can be considered as a wake- and- bake strain if you have run out of things to do.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Hell’s Bells?

The flavors are sage, grape, and pineapple, a fruity combination that it acquired from its parents. Though the aroma it gives seems harsh, the effects are quite mellow. The influence of the strain on its users is tolerable, starting with a feeling of happiness and relaxation. 

 What are the Medical Benefits of Hell’s Bells?

Due to its endurable influence to its users, it can treat mild to moderate depression and frequent anxiety attacks. Hell’s Bells is also perfect for people who have insomnia.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from Hell’s Bells

The only adverse effects you can gain from using Hell’s Bells are the dryness of mouth and eyes, and soon dizziness may follow. These effects are manageable through proper hydration.

 How to Grow Hell’s Bells?

The growing difficulty for this strain is moderate since it requires extra attention. Both outdoor and indoor cultivation is accepted. Growers would have to follow the step by step measures and be extra careful.

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