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Sweet Bilbo Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indoor 450 to 500 g/m2, Outdoor 1000 to 1300 g/plant
Flowering Period
50 to 55 days
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Short to Medium
Peach, Grape, Earthy

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Sweet Bilbo Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Bilbo is more of an Indica dominant hybrid. It is such a lovely heavy producing cannabis. Its buds are intact and have magnificent resins. It has been thoroughly selected and preserved to produce an all-around strain.

Its origin falls under the combined strain from Sweet Tooth variety. It grows with many good branches and in medium size. It is commendable to any growers and is suitable for any growing technique. It is an easy to grow strain with a fruity scent.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Bilbo?

This strain puts off a good combination of flavors. It has a strong fruity flavor such as peach and grape that are very aromatic. You can also taste a good amount of earthy hints. With its high Indica content, this strain relaxes and calms your body and mind without that heaviness and anxious feeling.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Bilbo?

The medical effects of this marijuana plant can treat neuro stress and imbalances. It helps people relieve stress, insomnia, and cope up with depression, PTSD, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, social anxiety, and body pains.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Bilbo?

The negative effects can stay for quite some time and can give a hangover. You can feel a heavy, dizzy feeling and blurry vision. It makes you act strangely and experience paranoia or hallucination.

How to Grow Sweet Bilbo?

The Sweet Bilbo is good for indoor cultivation. It only takes 50 to 55 days until it reaches its flowering stage. It grows in a short to medium-sized but bears heavy buds when setting at a balanced temperature. It also needs a close lighting cycle. Normally, it is recommended for this strain to take 12 hours every day and 12 hours of darkness.


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