About B. Lee
Bruce Lee was a master of martial arts. He could send his opponents flying with just a one-inch punch!
Lee consumed cannabis, which, Shortly after his death in the 70s, created rumors that Lee died from an allergic reaction to the herb. No such evidence was found of course, since, according to Bruce Lee: Fighting Spirit, cannabis was ultimately ruled out as a cause of his death.
Not quite as powerful as its namesake, the B. Lee strain is nonetheless a major hitter that sends its users soaring because its THC count is up to 20 percent.
The cerebral effects eventually fade to a subtle body buzz that can leave users feeling sedated. Kannabia Seeds, the strain's creator, wanted to take the flavor and psychoactive properties of their Citrus strain and make it an auto-flowering variety. That is how they came up with B. Lee. The Citrus strain, B. Lee's father, is mostly a Sativa cross consisting of Lemonade 2000 and Rosetta Stone from the Brothers Grimm.
Tasting like the fruit its mother is named after, B. Lee can be an effective medication for anxiety, stress and depression. However, because its psychedelic effect lasts approximately half an hour, it may not be the best choice for everyone. B. Lee can also be used to calm nausea, minor pains and muscle spasms.
This auto-flowering strain is easy to grow. Kannabia recommends an 18-20-hour photoperiod. Ranging between 50 and 60 centimeters in height, B. Lee is a short and speedy plant that needs just 60 to 65 days to reach harvest. When grown outside, the strain will bush out more and can reach up to 75 centimeters. These plants may produce up to 50 grams per plant and can flourish in a Sea of Green setup.
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