All About Banjo Weed Strain
Banjo is a well-balanced hybrid with a pungent aroma and combines a blend of cheese and tangerine zest flavors with gasoline hints. It is a cross of Boost and Tangelo cannabis strains. Its THC content spans from 16% to 20%. Its unique terpene profile gives a mouthwateringly scrumptious herbal (Myrcene), citrus (Limonene), and peppery (Caryophyllene) taste.
|Banjo strain recommended by Troy Meadows, founder of Legion of Bloom. Read more about Legion of Bloom in Grower Stories #50|
This weed’s effects may treat ADHD symptoms, some aches, and pain. It has a cerebral effect that helps to counteract mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, and stress.
The euphoric and creative state comes first, after that consumers tend to feel relaxed and sedated. Banjo weed strain mental effects may allow consumers to finish their to-do list or to get the work done. Due to its moderate sedative effect, it is better for evening use.
However, Banjo strain could lead to negative side effects, once consumed too much it leaves users to feel paranoia, dizziness, anxiety, dry mouth, and eyes.
Banjo weed strain reaches its flowering maturity within 8-9 weeks, but its seeds are not available in online stores.