Also known as Lamb’s Bread, this sativa-dominant hybrid was one of the favorite Bob Marley’s strains. If the legend himself appreciated such a herb, there must be something about it.
With a 95:5 sativa/indica ratio, the strain can produce between 16 and 21% THC; this, in turn, should get you high in no time. As for the Lamb’s Breath buds, these are large, sticky, and very dense, something which is rather not typical of a heavily sativa-dominant strain.
Apart from its dark green color, the strain is covered by trichome crystals and orange hairs. Many weed connoisseurs refer to Lamb’s Breath as a sweet cigarette that carries a spicy and dank flavor with citrus undertones.
What’s best about Lamb’s Breath is how the strain kicks in. The effects show up gradually, starting off by lifting your mood, so don’t be surprised if you suddenly burst out laughing during a convo when your friends say something unexpected. Once the euphoria gets toned down, Lamb’s Breath will let you embrace its ability to stir creativity and introspection.
Since it’s a sativa, don’t expect a strong body high, because the effects are mostly cerebral. This is why Lamb’s Breath works best when used during daytime activities. It can help you get your chores done more effectively, stay more open-minded, and simply enjoy your routine. It’s possible that you can feel a boost of energy running through your body, but then again, it’s the mental focus that stimulates your activity.
Patients using Lamb’s Breath praise the strain for its efficacy in fighting anxiety, stress, depression, and attention deficits. On top of that, Lamb’s Breath has been reported as a good strain for chronic pain, eye pressure, and migraines.
If you’re just starting off your adventure with cannabis, or you have low tolerance for other reasons, be careful about the dosage. When overused, Lamb’s Breath can cause dry mouth, dry eyes, and – due to its high THC content – anxiety or paranoia.