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- Classification: Sativa (100%)
- Parents: African IBL
- Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor/Greenhouse
- Flowering Time: 8 – 9 weeks
- Height: Medium
- Yield: Moderate
- Medical Uses: Migraines, PTSD, inflammation
- Breeder: Tiki Seedbank
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Prepare your mind to be completely blown away, in an upbeat, cerebrally intoxicating high that has that “all day” effect. There’s about an hour of cerebral stimulation, before a gradual comedown invokes a slightly sedating body high for several more hours.
Bambata produces fairly large, somewhat airy buds that are chock-full of resin and have an unmistakable smell of oranges and spice. The exotic aroma is nearly identical to the flavor, but the flavor has a lingering aftertaste of citrus and berries. These buds have very long, but sparsely distributed pink pistils and can be quite sticky to the touch. This unique strain is best ingested through a vaporizer, where the flavors are incomprehensibly enhanced.
Despite being a 100% sativa variety, Bambata has a very brief flowering period of just eight to nine weeks, when cultivated indoors. These ladies can also do very well outdoors or in a greenhouse, where they will be ready for harvest by the middle of October, in the Northern Hemisphere. Soil cultivation is highly recommended, although they will do well in hydro, but won’t have the potency of those plants grown in soil. Growers should ensure they flush this strain at least two weeks, prior to harvesting.