More About King’s Bread Autoflowering Strain
Type: Sativa (60%), Indica (30%), Ruderalis (10%)
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 9 to 10 Weeks
Climate: Warm and Dry
Yield: up to 400 g/m2 (indoors) ; up to 400 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Citrus, Mint, Cheese
THC Level: up to 21%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: October to Mid November
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of King’s Bread Autoflowering?
Onset, the taste buds are introduced to a mixture of citrus, mint, and cheese flavors while a body buzz takes place, starting from the back of the head then slowly reaching the rest of the body. During this time, the smoker is placed in a state of relaxation, and the mind is cleared of any worries and gloomy thoughts. A surge of blissfulness induces the body, which results in a brighter mood. What makes the King’s Bread unique is that it does not manifest the typical effects of Sativa-dominant strains. After some time, the limbs and eyelids will feel heavier, leading to drowsiness and limited movements. If your daily routine includes being physically active, you should refrain from consuming the King’s Bread as it leads to a deep slumber.
What are the Medical Benefits of King’s Bread Autoflowering?
The King’s Bread strains calming effects can be used for recreation and alleviating medical conditions. Individuals with psychological ailments such as depression, anxiety, and even overwhelming stress may take advantage of the calming effect and mood-enhancing properties that this strain provides.
Additionally, smokers who experience chronic pains and aches caused by some physical conditions may find relief in the body buzz that manifests during the high. People with insomnia can take delight in the sedative properties that the King’s Bread offers.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from King’s Bread Autoflowering
The King’s Bread strain also comes with adverse effects that may put smokers in an uncomfortable state all through the whole smoking session. The most common conditions that arise despite taking low doses are dry eyes and dry mouth, mainly when marijuana is consumed in a dehydrated body. Also, for those who have a low tolerance for THC, it is not advisable to consume an excessive amount as it can lead to nausea and headache.
How to Grow King’s Bread Autoflowering?
The King’s Bread Auto is a beauty to look at. Its nugs are painted with a green-hue mixed with a tinge of brown and purple colors. Indoors, this plant will give about 14 ounces per square meter that is ready for harvesting after 63 to 70 days. On another note, outdoor cultivation produces 14 ounces per plant when exposed to a warm and sunny environment. Growers can reap it around October or before the temperature starts dropping.