Red Heri Fruit Bud

Red Heri Fruit Bud

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Hybrid
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and slightly dry environment
  • Yield:
    Heavy
  • Flavors:
    Fruity, Tropical, Cherries, and Hash
  • THC Content:
    High
  • Height:
    Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Difficult

Strain Information

The overall look of this cannabis will take you back in time with its prehistoric style and details on her fan leaves that looks like a claw. Da Bean Co-created the Red Heri Fruit Bud by mixing their own Red Herijuana and their interbred line of Herijuana F19. This medicinal weed has a great number of resins that are great for extractions and colorful buds that catches anyone’s attention. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Red Heri Fruit Bud?

This marijuana will bring you to an exotic island with its tropical fruit profile. The first smoke will be very fruity with some cherry undertones, and a hash exhale at the end of your puff.

Either recreational or medical users can enjoy the effect of this beautiful cannabis. It has a calming yet potent enough to give you a full-body stone that lasts for a while. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Red Heri Fruit Bud?

For those who may be suffering from muscle spasms, fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and migraines, they will find the use of this hybrid strain helpful in easing the pain for their respective illness. Additionally, it can also benefit people living with mental health issues such as mood swings, anxiety, and depression. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Red Heri Fruit Bud.

Users of this specific cannabis may often experience sleepiness and laziness, especially when overused. Having a dry mouth and red eyes are the most common adverse side effects for this strain, that is why its essential to stay hydrated and have some eye drops on hand. 

How to Grow Red Heri Fruit Bud? 

The Red Heri fruit Bud is a great candidate for LST and Topping since it is expected to grow as tall as 18 ft. Outdoor breeders must take note that the best time to harvest her flowers is around mid-October. For indoor cultivation, it is vital for this plant to have height room to let her stretch, or you can apply low-stress training to manage her height and yet maximize the yield. 

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