lambsbread seeds


Lambs Breath Strain Seeds,В 3RD Place Peoples Choice, 2015 High Times World Cup

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Jamaican LambsbreadВ

AKA Lambs Breath

3RD Place Peoples Choice, 2015 High Times World Cup

An uplifting cerebral treat wrapped in an Earthy sweet herbal bouquet best describes this Old School Connoisseur’s delight. Legend has it the original InBred Line (IBL) goes all the way back to King Solomon, having made it’s way to Jamaica via seeds by non other than H.I.M. Haile Selassie

This strain represents the relationship Reeferman Geneticsв„ў has been cultivating with Accompong, a recognized self-governing nation located on the Island of Jamaica. RMGв„ў has developed fruitful inroads, in taking an active role in working with the village community where Ganja has long played a part of the local culture.

This strain grows strong and upright limbs that develop into long spear like bright green buds that glisten with a matting of fine resins at maturity.В The experience is very happy and motivational, making it of considerable value for potential therapeutic applications; as well as for anyone looking for an uplifting and comfortable long lasting buzz.В A great day time choice that lends itself well to creativity.

Ideal for indoor growing, and may be a good candidate for greenhouse cultivation.В Does not require long amounts of vegetative growth in order to reach a respectable size after around 12 weeks of flowering in a 12/12 lighting cycle.В Indoor growers can finish plants at around two and a half to three feet at maturity by starting seed under 24 hours of light for just two to three weeks before inducing the budding phase.

With strong light levels good bud density can be achieved with fairly high yields in an overall manageable length of cropping time.

Great vigour, good yields and truly spectacular smoke are just a few of the many great reasons to give this unique and important heritage strain a try.

Lambs Breath Strain Seeds, 3RD Place Peoples Choice, 2015 High Times World Cup