Garlic Breath Weed Strain
This may not be the most attractive strain name I’ve ever come across. However, I digress.
Maybe Dragon Breath would be better? Who knows.
Garlic Breath is an Indica dominant strain that is a cross between GMO and Mendo Breath.
This strain has a pungent, savory taste profile with spicy undertones.
Garlic Breath produces relaxing effects, which slowly become sedating with continued consumption.
Let’s get into why this strain is such a powerhouse.
Garlic Breath Weed Strain: Effects
People report this strain’s top feelings are sleepy, relaxed, and talkative.
While this strain is Indica-dominant, it has many Sativa attributes to it. This is likely due to the high THC percentage at around 25-25 percent. The Garlic Breath weed strain is very potent, so proceed with caution, especially if you are a beginner.
Additionally, this strain helps patients with anxiety, pain, and insomnia. Garlic Breath also has CBG levels around 1 percent which helps move this strain out of indica into more of a balanced hybrid space.
CBG is helpful in boosting energy levels and relieving pain.
This strain is highly potent and effective for medical and recreational patients. If you know someone who could benefit from this strain, share this article with them!
Flavor and Aroma
The name is a dead giveaway for the aromatic profile. While Garlic Breath is not the most attractive name ever, it is pretty fitting for this strain as it is relatively pungent.
The flavor profile is reminiscent of freshly peeled garlic with spicy and peppery undertones.
Furthermore, the dominant flavor profiles are coffee, pepper, and pungent.
Additionally, the dominant terpene is limonene which has mood-boosting and balancing effects.
Limonene is a powerful terpene present in lemons, hence the name.
Garlic Breath Additional Information
ThugPug genetics are the original breeders of this strain.
Many growers say that this strain has an average flowering time of 8-10 weeks and can be grown indoors or outdoors.
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