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About this Hybrid Strain
Hell’s Bells is an Indica dominant hybrid with devilish effects and bag appeal. Bred by crossing Kuchi with Strawberry Sour Diesel, Cultivating Hell’s Bells is moderately easy, producing high yields in about 55 to 65 days.
The dark purple and resin-coated buds of Hell’s Bells are saturated with snowy white trichomes that hint at its Indica dominance. Stringy brown pistils wind their way through the buds, adding some brightness to its darker hues. Breaking apart the buds releases a fruity and herbal aroma, with a sweet hash undertone.Its unique flavor is floral and earthy when combusted, with a mixture of cedar, pine, and citrus.
With its reputation for soothing Indica effects, Hell’s Bells has many fans raving about its intense euphoric uplift that they say leaves them stress-free and in a better mood. As a euphoric calm starts to settle in on the body, users reported a heavy body stone that left some sleepy and others stuck on the couch. Many also noted that after a quick nap and some laziness, Hell’s Bells’ narcotic high lessens up, giving them a euphoric boost that left them cheery and ready to tackle the rest of their day. Those suffering from chronic pain, insomnia, and tension-related grievances say they found therapeutic relief while consuming this strain.
Over medicating on Hell’s Bells can happen due to its potency, so it is recommended to start low and slow with this strain. With dominant terpenes of Limonene, Beta Myrcene, and Beta Caryophyllene combined with a THC level averaging around 23%, it has the makings of a great helping hybrid.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hell's Bells
- What is Hell's Bells?
Hell's Bells is an Indica dominant hybrid that users say produces a powerful euphoric and sedating experience along with THC levels in the low to mid twenties.
- Where does Hell's Bells come from?
Hell's Bells is a cross between the Kuchi and Strawberry Sour Diesel strains.
- What does Hell's Bells smell like?
The scent of Hell's Bells is herbal, with a sweet hash overtone.
- What Hell's Bells taste like?
The flavor of Hell's Bells is a soothing blend of fresh earth, wood, and flowers.
- What color does Hell's Bells have?
When cultivated properly, Hell's Bells produces dark, purple and green flowers, coated in white trichomes and long brown pistils.
- What effects does Hell's Bells have?
Users have reported that Hell's Bells' effects start with a powerful euphoric uplift that is followed by heavy sleepiness or couch lock.
- Is Hell's Bells an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Hell's Bells is an Indica dominant hybrid cannabis strain.