|DRAGON BREATH CANNABIS STRAIN:||aka Dragon’s Breath|
|PARENT STRAINS:||Crossed Jack Herer with Northern Lights strains|
|full bodied EFFECTS:||Body high | cerebral buzz | couch lock | head rush|
|MEDICAL CONDITION:||Chronic stress| Pain relief | Muscle spasms | Appetite loss|
|SMELL:||Earthy | Spicy | Tropical | Woody|
|TERPENE PROFILE:||Myrcene | Caryophyllene | Limonene | Alpa Pinene|
|TASTE:||Citrus | Diesel | Mint | Skunky|
|FLOWERING TIME:||56-63 days|
|ready for HARVEST:||Mid October|
|average THC CONTENT%||19-22%|
|CBD LEVELS%||< 1%|
|indica or sativa:||50/50 hybrid strain|
|INDOOR YIELD:||16 oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD:||20 oz/ plant|
|GROWTH DIFFICULTY:||Easy to grow|
|SIMILAR varieties:||Dracarys strain|
What Strain Is Dragon’s Breath?
Is Dragon Breath Indica Or Sativa?
Dragon’s breath is a hybrid marijuana strain (50%Indica/50%Sativa) with high THC levels and a low CBD content. This potent and rare strain is the creation of an elite breeder. Like a sudden jolt of energy, you’ll feel like you can conquer the world! As you exhale dragon breath marijuana strain, it’s going to feel like you’re releasing every ounce of stress from your body with its calming effect. You’ll feel more confident talking to people and life will start looking up with a bright future on the horizon! With these exotic flavors and aroma, this strain is strongly recommended for the adventurous smoker. This dominant hybrid has been said to give users an energetic buzz that is perfect for their creative endeavors.
Dragon Breath Strain Info:
The lineage is a cross between strains Jack Herer and Northern Lights weed strains created by Ocean Grown Seeds.
- Jack Herer x Northern Lights strains
Large and lumpy popcorn-shaped forest green buds with orange hairs and a thick coating of trichomes crystal resin. The flower nugs are covered with deep purple sugar leaves.
Sweet tropical with pungent earth and a subtle hint of spicy citrus. Exhale is a punch of sweet citrus that turns into a spicy blast of fruity aftertaste. It will remind your taste buds of a day in the Hawaiian tropics.
The sweet smell of melon saturates the humid air, carrying with it the scent of earth. If you’re looking for a strong hybrid strain with a distinct aroma, Dragon Breath weed strain is a good option. There are exotic and tropical fruit undertones to this strain, which can mix well with other types of marijuana skunk strains. This strain will probably be hard to hide from people with a keen sense of smell.
Dragon’s Breath Strain Effects:
This bud will make you feel instantly uplifted, creative and motivated. This head rush of cerebral energy makes you feel happy and blissful. As this high continues, you’ll feel warm waves of relaxation flow over your body as your muscles become more loose. As this high comes to its peak, you’ll enter into a state of euphoria that keeps you uplifted and energetic! This herb may make you chatty and “loose-lipped,” so make sure to be in company that you trust. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effects so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
Many people have claimed to use cannabis for medicinal purposes. For instance, according to the National Cancer Institute, THC can help increase appetite and reduce nausea in cancer patients and chronic fatigue. Other useful effects of include inhibiting tumor growth and relieving chronic pain. This strain is quite popular for stress, mild to moderate cases of depression, and anxiety. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.
Dragon’s Breath Strain Grow Info:
Cannabis seed can be grown indoors and outdoors, having a flowering period of 8-9 weeks and an outdoor harvest of mid October. Growing marijuana indoors yields sixteen ounces per square meter with an outdoor yield of twenty ounces per plant. For best results we recommended to grow dragon’s breath seeds in Mediterranean climates ranges with often pruning. Suitable for the Sea of Green and Screen of Green growing methods.
DRAGON’s BREATH STRAIN YIELD:
- indoor yield is 16 ounces per square meter
- outdoor yield is 20 ounces per plant
We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips.