The sativa cannabis strain King’s Bread, also known as King’s Breath, produces a minty yet citrusy aroma and tastes of lemons and cheese. Its buds are shaped like fingers and are quite hairy as well as frosty with trichomes when harvest-ready.
The average THC content of King’s Bread is known to be around 21%, making this strain best used by veteran consumers. Its high will relax the body, simultaneously increasing focus of the mind. Normal functioning can take place if consumed correctly. It will help induce munchies and relieve nausea despite its sativa properties. King’s Bread will also surprisingly induce laziness or sleepiness as the high wears down, making this strain best consumed in the evening or at night.
Negatives of consuming King’s Bread include headache and dizziness due to its high THC content. Cottonmouth and dry eyes are normal.
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King’s Bread is believed to be a landrace strain from Jamaica, specifically the Blue Mountain region. However, exact details of its lineage remain unknown, with some believing it bares links to island’s other landrace strain: Jamaican.