Red Libanon was once known as the Red Leb, which came from the Middle East and
somehow made its way to Europe and the US after the hash business went down due to war. It
was Flash Seeds who crossed the Libanon to a Mexican Ruderalis that gave this weed
vigorous characteristics to survive outdoor breeding outside of the Middle East. This cannabis
has long, and thin forest green fan leaves have a striking red midrib, and her buds exhibit
purplish-red hue with white pistils.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Red Libanon
The intense incense flavor of this weed is due to its added kick if spicy herbs that tickles the
buds as the smoke brushes your tongue. The exhale exudes a hash and earthy aftertaste that
makes you want to dive for another puff.
The high is intense and lasts long. Surprisingly, for an indica dominant strain, this weed will
boost creativity for a while. However, as soon as it wears off, the strong physical buzz will
dominate your whole body and put its users in a repose state.
What are the Medical Benefits of Red Libanon
With this cannabis’ relaxing effects, patients with anxiety, chronic stress, fatigue, bipolar
disorder, depression, ADD/ADHD, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder will be greatly benefited.
It can also decrease feelings of nausea and can help in regulating one’s sleep.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Red Libanon.
The most common side effects that one may get from using the Red Libanon are dryness of
the mouth and eyes. It can also trigger mild anxiety to new patients, while many regular users
experience dizziness before the start of the high. Due to the high potency of this weed, it is highly advised to take her slow to avoid paranoia.
How to Grow Red Libanon
It is effortless to breed this hybrid strain, and it can thrive indoors or outdoors. However, this
weed requires some string support or stake to make sure that it can support the heavy buds