Lamb's Bread

95% - Sativa
Time of use: MORNING
95% - Sativa



Lamb's Bread is an almost entirely Sativa strain with a Jamaican heritage that was smoked and well loved by the great Bob Marley. Some even going so far as to state it was his strain of choice.

This strain starts out by lifting moods with a strong sense of euphoria that can lead to introspection and raise creativity.

Being a heavy Sativa strain it's effects are primarily cerebral rather than body. In fact, the mental stimulation this high offers is nearly devoid of any bodily effects all together. Many users also report feeling energized and focused with this strain. Lamb's Bread tastes of spice and pine and may bring on the common negative side effects of cotton mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, anxiety and dizziness.

This strain is especially good for morning medicating but can generally be used all throughout the day. It is most often used to relieve stress and anxiety though Lamb's Bread may also alleviate the effects of depression and ADD/ADHD. Some patients use it to stimulate their appetites and a few patients use it to manage migraines, glaucoma and inflammation.

Lamb's Bread is a Sativa that originated in Jamaica and is said to be a variety of skunk. Able to be grown indoors or outdoors with relative ease by growers of any experience level it produces yields of up to 400 grams per square meter after finishing in nine to ten weeks, Lamb's Bread is often hard to find. There is another strain that is similar called "Lambs Breath" which may be a hybrid or in some cases even the same strain.

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