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About Buffalo Bill
Buffalo Bill is a sativa-dominant bud that medical users love for its ability brighten up your mood without leaving you with a hurried or racing mind. Originally it was created by Doc at Yeti Farms in Washington, however, due to popular demand, it has since become a staple strain of New House Seeds. This interesting double-breeder strain was created by bringing together Willie’s Wonder and Killer Chem in an amalgamation of flavor, intensity, and effects.
The THC levels of this strain are mind-bogglingly high with averages landing well above 27%. Users are sure to have an uplifting experience whether you are one who gears toward medicinal or recreational use. The buds of this strain are dark, dense, and are completely covered in crystals. They are accented with rich blues and deep greens and a forest of fiery orange hairs. The flavor profile of Buffalo Bill is a mix of all the things you love about kief: earthy, spicy aromas and flavors, all complemented by citrus and tree fruit undertones.
This stimulating high wakes you up with an initial rush of cerebral energy and will have you feeling uplifted and happy right from the jump. Slowly but surely the tingles begin and relax every muscle in your body, bringing you to an utterly blissful albeit sedentary place. Buffalo Bill is social in nature and will have any conversation spinning, though at times it is somewhat body-heavy so you may need the party to come to you. As the laziness sets in on the comedown, giggle fits are not uncommon.
As mentioned above, medicinal users absolutely love this strain for its wake-and-bake status. Because of the sativa side of the strain, Buffalo Bill is great at bursting through fatigue without all of the racing thoughts that sometimes accompany strains like this. Additionally, this bud is great for appetite loss and is often used to treat mental health disorders such as depression or stress. Those prone to paranoia or anxiety, including those who suffer from PTSD, are cautioned away from this strain.
Buffalo Bill plants are strongly recommended for an intermediate grower or above, as the finickiness of the plant tends to overwhelm most novice green thumbs. The plant has a flowering time of 10 to 11 weeks for indoor cultivation with a late October harvest for outdoor grows. The yield is above average in the right conditions and does best in warm to hot climates.
If you are an all-day smoker, this is a perfect strain to start your morning with. The flavors will have you thinking of a fresh bowl of fruit and granola, while the effects kick you into high gear and have you ready to take on the day. We recommend that users hit this in the morning to early afternoon because the effects are long-lasting and may keep you up at night.