The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain Balmoral captures the pungent scent of its parent and phenotype of cheese, emitting a skunk-like undertone. The taste is also of cheese, with some noting a flowery appeal.
Its buds are shaped like grapes and jungle green.
The THC level of Balmoral has been tested to reach heights of 21%. Those that have tried this straindescribe its high as mildly euphoric, inducing happiness as well as obscurity in the head. Following this isa body relax. Slowly, the muscles will lose tension but it won’t be too strong to couch-lock. However, itwill produce laziness as the high wears down, and in some instances, the urge to doze off. Reviewershave used this strain to help with stress, insomnia, nausea, and chronic pain. Some have noted that iscan arouse as well as cause the consumer to want to engage in conversation.
Normal side effects of dry mouth and eyes are to be expected.
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Balmoral is a phenotype of the strain UK Cheese – one of their parent strains being Skunk #1.