Barbara Bud is an indica with a strong subjugated body and a surprisingly tropical aroma. The creation of the breeders of the House of the Great Gardener based in British Columbia, Barbara Bud, is a cross between the tasty Shiskaberry and an indigenous breed that indicates Afghan. The therapeutic sedative effects of the strain and the attractiveness of the bag have earned him several European and Canadian cannabis awards. Its THC content has been measured between 10% and 19%. Some Barbara Bud phenotypes are also raised for high levels of CBD.
Barbara Bud flowers are typically medium to large in size and have an elongated, almost cylindrical shape. These long buds clarify their indica heritage with compact and densely compacted leaves that are firmly rolled inward towards their central stems. The leaves themselves are pale sage green and are twisted with hairy copper-colored pistils. Finally, a blanket of translucent white trichomes covers the surfaces of these flowers and gives their pale leaves a white, almost silver glow when viewed from afar.
When well cured, Barbara Bud carries a fruity tropical essence. On closer inspection, there is also a soft tone with some moist and earthy notes. Meanwhile, grinding Barbara’s thick buds emits a spicy and spicy aroma that reveals the double dose of Afghani at the bottom of the strain. When burned in a pipe or in a joint, the flowers are burned with a soft and pleasant smoke. This smoke tastes like spicy citrus when exhaled.
Barbara Bud’s height creeps over the user with initially subtle effects. Smokers begin to detect the effects of Barbara after a few minutes as a tingling around the eyes and temples. At the same time, many consumers also notice a general improvement in mood, with previous tensions or concerns that fade into the background. Barbara Bud works primarily in the body, sending feelings of relaxation through the nucleus and limbs. Consumers can feel relief from any muscle pain; Several can also breathe more deeply and easily. Fortunately, it is not known that this variety is a coup de grace and can be savored without incapacitating users by sticking them to the couch. There is also a relative lack of intense brain stimulation, although an increase in freely associative thinking can help keep the conversation flowing in bustling social situations. As such, Barbara Bud can be a pleasant background accompaniment in a variety of settings, helping you take advantage while working your way up a mountain of work or setting the stage for a quiet time alone. As this effect progresses, the physical effects become somewhat more intense and can make susceptible smokers go to the closest and most comfortable environment in which a load can be removed. In general, however, the smooth balance of physical and mental stimulation of this strain is a good treatment at the end of the day that allows fans to function as they normally would. Because her feelings of relaxation are pleasant but not overwhelming, Barbara Bud is appropriate for consumption between evening and night.
The versatile effects of this strain may also have potential uses for patients with medicinal cannabis. Its properties that alter mood can temporarily improve symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. Barbara Bud can also relieve physical discomfort, ranging from pain related to injuries to chronic pain that comes from conditions such as arthritis or fibromyalgia. Meanwhile, anti-inflammatory properties can soothe common irritations such as headaches. Finally, Barbara Bud can stimulate hunger, making it a useful complement for those who experience a decreased appetite due to diseases or treatments such as chemotherapy. Because it is not known to produce the kind of intense and obsessive thinking marked by more dominant strains of sativa, this outbreak is a good option for those who are prone to panic or paranoia.
Fortunately for home growers, Barbara Bud seeds are available through several online retailers. It can be grown indoors or outdoors, although outdoor cultivation requires a semi-humid climate, similar to the Mediterranean. Plants tend to grow short and bushy and can easily be accommodated in indoor growing environments. Barbara Bud blooms in a short 7 to 8 weeks when grown indoors.