About Honey Buns
Honey Buns is an evenly balanced (50/50) Indica/Sativa hybrid bred by Seed Junkie Genetics and Cookies. The parents, Gelatti and Honey B, provide the terpenes that give Honey Buns the bright-tasting mental and physical lightness you’d expect. Breeders have trouble finding seeds on the market and strain information is a little slight. But if you can get your hands on some sticky Honey Buns, you’ll find focused creativity and a vibrant taste to match.
Growers who manage to obtain some Honey Buns seeds will want to grow it outdoors – even the plant has a pungent odor that will knock you flat if you keep it cooped up. The plant grows bushy and low to the ground, with a high yield and an equally high growing difficulty. However, the strain is resistant to pests and mold and flowers in 7-9 weeks, if you can hack it. The plant grows in fat buds, like dark olives, with thin hairs and even smaller white trichomes.
GROWING TIP: The secret to cultivating Honey Buns is to get the right mix of water, air, light, and nutrients. You’re going to have to research your individual phenotype and the experience of other growers in your area. But in general, we recommend using carefully controlled warm temperatures and humid conditions to get the most from your Honey Buns. Prune it often for better results.
For users, Honey Buns has a nutty, sweet flavor packed with pleasant aromatics like floral scents and lavender. The taste, like creamy, nutty bread that evolves into a spicy herbal exhale, smells a little skunky and fuely but nothing too pungent.
As you smoke, you’ll feel tingly and relaxed, boosted mentally into a sense of focused ease and creative calm. Honey Buns helps people feel uplifted, partly from deliciousness and partly from relaxation. This strain is much easier on the head than it is on your gardening hands.
With its relaxing powers, Honey Buns will get you ready to accept an evening of serenity, banishing chronic stress, pain, and depression out of your mind. This makes Honey Buns a great snack for people who suffer from muscle cramps and spasms, anxiety, and other depressive disorders. Insomniacs welcome the strain’s slightly sleep-inducing effects, though we wouldn’t call Honey Buns a straight-up sedative. It’s a gentle good time, the kind you’d expect from a strain that tastes of pulling apart vanilla-scented bread and washing it down with flowers.