Ric Flair 93
About Ric Flair 93
Ric Flair ’93 is a 50/50 hybrid bred by Red Bee Seeds, a breeder out of Los Angeles, California. The strain is a confident combination of Liberty Haze and Space Ghost known for what consumers have called a “power buzz.” The strain produces uplifting energy rather than sedation, which is great for those long afternoons when you have to get stuff done. If you’re stranded in the long week looking for your happy state, Rick Flair ’93 could be the calming presence you need.
This strain has some famous strains in its history, including Chemdawg and OG Kush, so you can expect a tall plant, with towers of oversized popcorn-like nugs and beautiful, slender leaves. Expect the strain to require a ton of nutrients due to the influence by Space Ghost, which gave its son a complex root system that requires a lot of space and a lot of tending. Thankfully, the strain is reported to be resistant to mild mildew and mites. The nugs will become deeply colored, olive green and purple, with dark orange pistils and thick, almost purple crystal trichomes.
GROWING TIPS: Ric Flair ’93 stretches an average amount during the flowering stages, with nugs that become big and heavy, causing the branches to strain in the bigger plants. You may need to develop a support system for your Ric Flair plants to ensure the branches stay stable.
The flavor of Ric Flair ’93 favors spicy citrus, petrol, and pungent earth. On the exhale, the strain becomes sour and pungent, with an aftertaste of earth, lemon, and chem. It’s mildly spicy, very sour and earthy, and appealing, so long as you can handle a strong aftertaste.
The effects of the strain come on gradually, producing a happy and energized state that relaxes and relieves you. The strain isn’t too sedative, but is known for a sense of calmness. We recommend this strain for afternoons at home when an air of energy can do you good. Combine Ric Flair ’93 with working or working out, taking a walk, hanging out with friends, or other relaxing afternoon things.
Sweet, spicy, pungent, and sour, Ric Flair 93’ has been around a while, but it’s no less powerful after all this time. Growers will need a little experience to tackle this strain, but any users that want to get some happy energy should consider giving him a go.