Jamaican Lambsbread(Aka: Jamaican Lambsb)

Jamaican Lambsbread(Aka: Jamaican Lambsb)

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    8 weeks
  • Climate:
    Tropical outdoor climate
  • Yield:
    High
  • Flavors:
    Herbal, Peppery, and Citrus
  • THC Content:
    16.5%
  • Height:
    Short
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

Said to be a favorite by the one and only Bob Marley himself and Peter Tosh, the Jamaican’s Lamb’s Bread provides an extremely uplifting sativa effect. It is sometimes referred to as Lamb’s Breath of Lambsbread, too. The nugs of this plant are large and are filled with golden-green pistils and crystalline trichomes. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jamaican Lamb’s Bread (aka Jamaican Lambsb)?

This marijuana strain gives off an amazingly fresh, lemony, and citric scent. It also gives out a classic flavor of herbal, peppery and citrus. This weed has a popularity that is unmatched by another strain in Jamaica, and with its amazing flavor profile and trippy effects, this comes as no surprise. The long-lasting effects when smoking this weed is really euphoric that gives you a rush of uplifting cerebral energy. The mood boost is simply unparalleled.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Jamaican Lamb’s Bread (aka Jamaican Lambsb)?

Thanks to its uplifting properties, this weed is great for treating stress, anxiety, depression, headaches, and bipolar disorders. It can also help patients who are struggling with eating disorders as it helps boost their appetite, digestion, and energy.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Jamaican Lamb’s Bread (aka Jamaican Lambsb)

When used in high dosage, this marijuana strain can easily cause agitation and paranoia.

How to Grow Jamaican Lamb’s Bread (aka Jamaican Lambsb)?

This plant is suited for indoor and outdoor cultivation. The plant is short and compact; thus, it is important to create a schedule of occasional topping to ensure that the lower flowering nodes get their needed nutrients too. When grown in an outdoor setting, this plant requires a tropical climate similar to that of the small island where it comes from.

 

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