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About this Sativa Strain
Bird’s Eye is a sativa cannabis strain that bears a spicy pine or sweet mandarin scent depending on crop with similar tastes. When ready for reaping, Bird’s Eye has small pebble-shaped buds that are mint green in color and covered in golden pistils. The trichome layer is generally thin.
Bird’s Eye has three cross-bred parents: the indica Northern Lights #5, indica Shiva Skunk, and sativa Haze.
The THC level averages at about 16-18%. Its high is quite balanced despite being a sativa. It will produce a numbing effect on both the body and mind, relaxing both simultaneously. Reviewers have remarked on its ability to increase creative energy that also inspires invoking thoughts, placing your mind high in the clouds from a bird’s eye perspective. It will help focus and motivate the consumer, and is a good strain to use when wanting to get work done.
If too much is consumed, anxiousness can be an ill side-effect along with the normal dry eyes and mouth.
Frequently Asked Questions About Bird’s Eye
- What is Bird's Eye?
Bird's Eye is named after the seeds of the Bird's Eye chili pepper. It is admired for its dense buds and powerful effects.
- Where does Bird's Eye come from?
Bird's Eye is a three-way cross of Northern Lights #5, indica Shiva Skunk, and sativa Haze.
- What does Bird's Eye smell like?
Bird's Eye has a sweet and fruity aroma, with hints of citrus and earthiness. It carries hints that are floral and herbal.
- What does Bird's Eye taste like?
The flavor of Bird's Eye is often described as a combination of sweetness and fruity notes, with subtle hints of earth and spice.
- What color does Bird's Eye have?
Bird's Eye buds can display shades of forest-green, with brownish pistils. The buds are usually dense and covered in a frosty layer of silvery trichomes.
- What effects does Bird's Eye have?
Bird's Eye is known for its well-balanced effects, offering a combination of both cerebral and physical effects. Users report experiencing an uplifting and euphoric head high, paired with a relaxed and tranquil body sensation. It is often reported to provide stress relief and promote a sense of calm and contentment. Some find it great for creative endeavors while others enjoy it as a reward after a long and arduous day of work.
- Is Bird's Eye an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Bird's eye is a sativa-strain