Lamb’s Bread is a sativa strain with known effects to give mass amounts of positive energy The origins of this plant comes from Jamaica and it has been reported that even Bob Marley himself has encountered this wonderful slice of cannabis genealogy. The euphoria and creativity spring to life after only a few puffs and will have you getting through an artist’s block with ease. The high from Lamb’s Bread doesn’t want to slow down and will last for hours, so enjoy the stimulation as it takes you through the galaxy because you’ll feel out of this world.
Lamb’s Bread has a myriad of uses. Because of its uplifting properties, this strain is great for mental health issues such as depression, stress, bipolar, and mild anxiety. Too much of the strain, however, can at times agitate severe anxiety and is not recommended for those who suffer from PTSD. However, because of its ability to focus the mind, patients who suffer from ADHD can also benefit from Lamb’s Bread. The stimulation provided can also increase appetite, digestion, and energy, which is beneficial for those with fatigue.
Around 8 weeks, or early October, Lamb’s Bread need to wait to pack a bowl with this tasty bud. Whether you are an indoor or outdoor cultivator, you can expect a moderate grow perfect for intermediate gardeners. Grown by Buds and Roses in LA, this batch is a premium example of medical marijuana harvested using Kyle Kushman‘s unique Vegamatrix cultivation method.
Lambs Bread features a prominent THC content, conducted lab tests have returned results of this strain containing 19-25% of this component on average. The high comes on fast, impacting the mind almost immediately, while simultaneously energizing the entire body.The yields are slightly higher than average for either scenario but will do better with soil and training. Lamb’s Bread plants are short and compact, ideal for someone who has an indoor plant on their mind.