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Lambsbread is most popular among patients suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, chronic headache/migraines, and other head-related illnesses. This strain will bring an uncontrollable smile to your face that won’t go away. The Lamb’s Bread strain is typically considered to be a go-to Sativa strain for many patients looking to medicate all-day — especially when you are going to be working creatively, whether that is artistic or acoustic.

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Although phenotypes can differ, almost all versions of Lamb’s Bread that I have come across generate a uplifting, clear-headed feeling of content. This makes Lambsbread great for medicating during those early morning wake and bake sessions.

Lamb’s Bread (or Jamaican Lambsbread) has mysterious lineage, but is believed to have long-lasting, predominant Sativa genetics from the island of Jamaica.
Just as there is a Lambsbread marijuana strain circulating around over the past few decades, there is also a strain by the name of Lamb’s Breath that is very similar in both effects (Sativa) and origin. Because there are different phenotypes of cannabis strains, it would make sense that there are various popular versions of the Lambs Bread strain.

“Lambsbread is frequently mentioned in Bob Marley’s music; believed to be his favorite marijuana strain.”

The effects from Lambsbread tend to be instant, plentiful, highly euphoric, and are typically considered to be very exciting. It is exactly how I would expect any pure Sativa strain to smoke. Absolutely no body fatigue or heavy feeling associated with this phenotype of Lambs bread.
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Once a phenotype takes on favorable characteristics, many growers will focus on developing that strain’s unique characteristics that will eventually set it apart from the rest and allow it to become a popular strain. After all, uniqueness is what the patients want in todays medical marijuana marketplace.

Lamb’s Bread (or Jamaican Lambsbread) has mysterious lineage, but is believed to have long-lasting, predominant Sativa genetics from the island of Jamaica.Lamb’s …

Collie Weed is an indica strain with an hybrid bred. In 1999, this is one of the marijuana strains that won the High Life Cannabis Cup. The buds are sticky and spiky, giving off a sweet, musky and pungent smell. It has the undertones of an Afghanistan cannabis strain. It takes up to 65 days to go to the flowering stage, whether grown outdoors or indoors.

King’s Bread
If you are looking for a sativa landrace strain, check out the King’s Bread grown in Blue Mountains, which is located in the hills of the small island of Jamaica. This is one of the marijuana strains known for its euphoric effect. When you smoke it, you will get a mellow feeling. It is known to help with stimulating the appetite, relieving pain and alleviating stress.

Jamaican Pearl
Collie Weed
Jamaican Dream
Jamaican Pearl s also one of the marijuana strains that falls in the sativa category. It is usually grown outdoors and carries a potently sweet aroma. This particular strain was originated from Sensi Seeds. Jamaica has some of the best marijuana strains and this is one of them. You can expect high quality and potency when you select this well-bred strain, which is a cross between Early Pearl and Collie Weed. It has a nice tropical flavor.
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Jamaica has some of the best marijuana strains that you could ever imagine. We have compiled some of the most popular strains that are used in Jamaica.

Lambsbread is most popular among patients suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, chronic headache/migraines, and other head-related illnesses. This

jamaican red, pls tell me it exists and if so where might you get seeds of it?

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jamaican red, man ive heard about it since i was a kid, is it out there??

are jamaican strains good strains? I figure they must be. any one have any info on jamaican red and other jamaican strains?

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re: “psychadelic effects”

I’ve tried a lot of hallucinogens and nothing seems to work for me – I just don’t see things. however.

Around ’96 I was working with the 2 dreadlocked teenagers that had been growing out in BC. They introduced me to ‘chemo’ and 4 of us shared a generously rolled joint of the stuff. I tripped out for about half an hour – full on hallucination, more intense than my experiences with mushrooms and LSD.

It prob won’t do the same for you, but I highly reccommend the stuff. Five stars. Number one quality.

(or just swap some chronic for DMT and do the job proper)

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man I just made this thread cuz it seems that as far as strains go there are none representing Jamaica which should be to Marijuana what Cuba is to Cigars no?

anyway I want red buds from Jamaca. please help.

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I will do more indepth research and post

Jamaica – 12 Cannabis Seeds

This well-known pure lambsbread ganja from the Blue Mountains was Bob Marleys inspiration. The Rastafarians declare that this is the best strain on the Island. It grows to medium height and makes you feel Irie. Grow this early flowerer outside or use a windblower to make it firm and strong. Very attractive bushy ganja plant. THC = 12%
Tuesday 8 May 2007

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A real innovation in cannabis breeding – Caribbean ganja adapted for the European climate! Jamaican Pearl is a sweetly potent outdoor Sativa whose presence will bring a taste of the South Seas to any garden and can even make the northern latitudes seem a touch more tropical.

Jamaica is home to Sativas of astounding quality and potency, selectively bred for countless generations, so it seems strange that Caribbean genotypes are relatively rare in modern breeding. The enthusiasm which greeted Marley’s Collie showed Sensi Seeds that growers everywhere are keen to sample the delights of genuine sinse. The years of breeding work behind our Collie strain had produced some very interesting possibilities involving Jamaican gene-stock, the most promising of which was the project to develop a hybrid with dominant Jamaican qualities that could succeed in the northern summer,

Starting with the exquisite female parent of Marley’s Collie, the perfect pollen donor was found in our favourite Early Pearl male. Known for producing tough, fast-flowering offspring, this sweet Sativa was also less likely to dilute the Jamaican’s breezy cerebral high or interfere with her tropical flavours. As with Marley’s Collie, the new f1 crossing impressed Sensi’s breeders straight away. Test-grows produced consistent, powerful plants with a rapid mostly-Sativa growth pattern and the desired combination of weight, flavour and potency. Jamaican Pearl was added the Sensi Seed Bank collection and has quickly become one of our most popular outdoor strains.

As a plant that can flourish in the European summer, Jamaican Pearl can therefore perform brilliantly in almost any climate or situation. Indoor growers who may be put off by the higher prices of tropical strains should consider adding this variety to their room. When treated like any other indoor Sativa, Jamaican Pearl will give fantastic results under lights.
Flowering: October 1

Height: 200-300 cm

Yield: up to 400 gr

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The legend of Panama Red” (by anonymous)

jamaican red, man ive heard about it since i was a kid, is it out there?? are jamaican strains good strains? I figure they must be. any one have any…