About Dragon's Fire
This rare strain packs a punch of citrusy, spicy flavor that makes it a savory strain for users who love woody, herbal tones and THC on the low end. SnowHigh Seeds bred this baby from Burmese, Lemon Thai, Angola Red, Purple Thai, and Thai strains. You don’t normally see five-way hybrids, but Dragon’s Fire users love a little taste of everything. All things considered, this is a fantastic strain for novice users that want to get adjusted to the flavor profile of earthier strains as well as experience the effects of a low-stakes THC profile.
If you can find Dragon’s Fire seeds online, you’ll have a mid-difficulty strain on your hands, but nothing you can’t handle. It flowers in around 71 to 77 days, keeps a pretty mild THC level around 15%, and can grow up to 60 inches tall outdoors. The buds are bright, light green, and shaped like little cones. The trichomes are frosty and small, nestled among bright orange hairs.
The aroma is intoxicating. Dragon’s Fire mixes citrus flavors like lemon and floral tones with the taste of spicy earth. As the dragon takes flight in your brain, you’ll be able to taste its sweet side, as the plant turns spicy and musky while still retaining that unmistakable lemon feel. The aroma is an exhale from the dragon’s nostrils, a pall of spicy, herbal earth, like a scorched village. You will breathe veils of mellow power on this strain, like a treasure-hoarder in a lonely mountain.
The effects empower you with relaxing euphoria. The strain is a bright blast of uplifting energy in the front of your brain, followed by a feeling of mood-boosting synergy, like your whole world is coming together. You’ll be roaring and puffing, lifted and relaxed for hours. Negative reactions will cower under stones while the dragon soars overhead; your racing thoughts will slow down and fall to sleep. The deeply physical calm of this strain makes a mild case for insomniacs to give Dragon’s Breath a try, though experienced users may crave something a little more powerful.
While it doesn’t pack quite the punch that a Dragon brings to mind, the Dragon’s Breath strain can treat pain, depression, mood swings, and fatigue, as well as providing racing minds a little respite from their fears. An earthy, spicy Dragon is one way to strongarm a bad mood into submission. Experienced users shouldn’t expect a powerhouse, but it can still provide enough euphoria to get through a bad week.