RedBull

RedBull

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa Dominant
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and semi-humid environment
  • Yield:
    High
  • Flavors:
    Citrus, Lemon, Spicy, and Skunk
  • THC Content:
    25% 
  • Height:
    Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

When it comes to La Plata Labs’ RedBull, good things don’t just come in small packages. This large marijuana plant has retained its high quality despite its size due to the unique combination of great genes from Skunk #1 and the Ed Rosenthal Super Bud. The buds are shaped like popcorns with bright green and purple hues with frostings of white trichomes, and orange pistils embellished her already beautiful appearance. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of RedBull?

The strong skunk taste of the RedBull will never leave your mouth even after exhale. However, the spicy, citrus, and lemon undertones of this cannabis will balance its skunky profile. 

The effect of this marijuana will keep its users focused and alert all day. The creeping head high will later transform into an intense and blissful euphoria. The potency of this weed is very high and is not recommended for new users. 

What are the Medical Benefits of RedBull?

This hybrid strain is a great pain reliever that can lessen eye pressure or glaucoma, headaches, muscle spasms, inflammation, arthritis, and injury. This weed also helps patients with anxiety ADD/ADHD and depression.  

Negative Effects you Can Expect from RedBull.

Despite the high potency of this weed, the chances of getting paranoia are close to none; however, those with low tolerance may still experience such. The most common downside of using this pot is dry mouth and dry eyes. Due to a spacey head effect of this marijuana, some may experience mild dizziness at the onset of its high, but such side effects will soon disappear. 

How to Grow RedBull? 

This marijuana can be cultivated, whether indoors or outdoors, and it is straightforward to handle even for beginners. This weed can tolerate overfeeding; just make sure to flush her two weeks before her flowering cycle ends.

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