Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Incredibly danky, spicey and lively on the inhale with a piney exhale that has an undertone of skunk. The effect doesn't necessarily kick in immediately, but this bud is by no means a creeper. Provides an upbeat, positive, but down-to-earth high.
Suitable for growers of all skill levels, Lambsbread grows to a medium height and produces an equal yield. Flowering between 62 and 70 days when grown in an indoor environment, this Sativa-dominant medication will also be ready for harvest before the middle of November when cultivated outdoors.
Crossed with the famed Skunk and mediocre Ruderalis, Lambsbread has become a favorite among those fortunate to try it. Although the strain Ruderalis is known for being mediocre at best, in terms of potency, it was bred with the legendary Skunk for it’s favorable growing traits of early flowering and natural resistance to disease and pests. Lambsbread, while not readily available at most dispensaries, is a great way for patients suffering from depression, migraines and even ADD/ADHD, to find relief. This strain has a notably spicy and danky flavor, with a woodsy, skunky exhale. The medicated effect lasts anywhere between 1 ˝ and 2 hours, providing patients with upbeat cerebral stimulation. The buds are quite dense and smell of skunk, pine and dank. Covering these beautiful nugs are a thick layer of amber-colored tri-chromes and long orange pistils, sparsely littered around the bud. You won’t see it at your local dispensary often, but when you do, grab it if it seems like it would suit your needs.
BUT nice plants :) and i smoke a lamsbread now
As soon as the buds are collected, they are held over a silk cloth and shaken ONCE. As a result, the purest, sweetest, and most potent concentrations of cannabinoids fall first, this produces the best hashish - known locally as Lamb's Breath.
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Once I find this strain as a clone, I will be all over that....