The indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain named Ladyburn 1974 bares buds that emit a pepper-like odor with chemical undertones as well as pine and lemon (often being described by consumers as unpleasant, but with a pleasant high).
Ladyburn 1974 produces THC levels ranging between 21-24%, making it highly potent and not for the faint of tolerance. Its high will immediately create a cerebral transcendence, uplifting the spirits and creating an effect described as psychedelic. Both motivation and energy will surge before a body high takes place and eases the muscles of pains and spasms. Depending on tolerance, it will take some time for the final stages of the high to become apparent, inducing the consumer into sedation and laziness – making this strain best consumed in the evenings.
Ladyburn 1974 may cause paranoia or anxiousness when higher doses are consumed.
It takes roughly nine weeks for Ladyburn 1974 to flower and become ready for reaping. It has success in both indoor and outdoor environments.
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This strain’s genetics stem from a cross between the sativa Jack Herer and hybrid Ice Dream. Ladyburn 1974 first blossomed under the care of Green House Seeds