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Biker Le’Blanc’s buds are a stunner. It is massive in size but dense instead of fluffy. It is also quite resinous, thickly covered in a sparkling white cast as a result of its impressive trichomes. The same milky quality of its nugs are also indicative of its high cannabinoid content, a THC of 23%.
Karma Genetics used The White to secure desirable growing traits in the Sativa-leaning bud. From it, Biker Le’Blanc gained its high THC, shimmering white dust, and high trichome production. However, to counter its infamous lack of flavor, the breeders added a biker cut of Hell’s OG. It influenced its offspring’s strong herbal flavors and earthy scent. Not to mention, it also helped shorten the growing period.
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Apart from its impressive growing profile, Biker Le’Blanc also delivers a notable head-to-toe high. It uplifts the mood for hours with its euphoric buzz while easing the muscles beginning from the temples. At the comedown, users will likely trudge through a deep, stress-crushing relaxation.
Information About Biker Le’Blanc Strain
|ORIGIN||The White and Hell’s OG|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Energetic – 6
Euphoric – 6
Giggly – 3
Focused – 3
|FRAGRANCE||Pungent, skunky, earthy, sage, herbal, spicy|
|FLAVORS||Herbal, sage, skunky, earthy, spicy|
|MEDICAL||Cramps – 10|
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||9 to 11 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Mid-October to early November|
|THC CONTENT %||23%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
At 23%, Biker Le’Blanc is among the most potent strains in the market. It is quick-acting too, with effects that begin almost immediately after the first two swigs of its herbal smoke. During the onset, it delivers a light buzz of euphoria that intensifies as users take a few more puffs of the bud.
The behavioral change is immediately visible in users. Smiles form from ear to ear and a sense of happiness, that seems to come from within, radiates from the inside out. Giggles escape the mouth too, as cheerful memories flood the mind. Without a doubt, the upbeat disposition is best savored among like-minded friends.
After about an hour or two, a soothing sensation trickles down from the temples. It relaxes the body as it frees tense muscles from the tightness that keeps it from being limber. Like a well-oiled machine, users move freely while completing tasks or projects. In all likelihood, the newfound freedom from bodily inhibition paves the way for light physical activities.
In spite of its Sativa-dominant structure, Biker Le’Blanc’s effects taper down to a heavy body high. If used in the morning, users should make sure to consume a moderate amount. Otherwise, it can turn the streak of productivity into a lazy day lounge around the couch instead.
Biker Le’Blanc has a pungent scent that permeates all throughout the room once a bag of its buds are opened. Complementing it are notes of skunk and earth that develop into an herbal sage once the buds are broken apart. Combusting it releases a spicy smoke.
In the palate, Biker Le’Blanc’s herbal overtones take center stage. It tantalizes the senses with its flavors of sage and skunk. On the exhale, it leaves an earthy aftertaste accentuated by a spicy undertone.
Dryness in the eyes is a common phenomenon while smoking cannabis. It is usually accompanied by a cottonmouth as cannabinoids begin to interfere with saliva production. However, the two are mild side effects that can be easily mitigated by making sure to stay hydrated throughout the day. Avoiding caffeine and alcoholic drinks also helps prevent the symptoms from exacerbating.
Although rare, it is possible for Biker Le’Blanc to trigger anxiety in users. It may come with a keen awareness that dizzies the mind or leads to a subtle feeling of paranoia. Apart from the initial disposition before the high, a major factor that can lead to the issue is dosage. Hence, one should always use the strain with caution.
Most likely, Biker Le’Blanc is a recreational strain. It has high levels of THC that induce a stimulating head to toe high. However, it is the same happy high that manages symptoms of mental health issues as well as reduce chronic levels of stress.
Users can rely on the strain with regard to calming fast-paced worries, uplifting the mood, and appeasing turbulent emotions. As such, it is a source of comfort for long-sufferers of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. The mental clarity also helps patients with ADD or ADHD center on a task without distractions.
High levels of the psychoactive compound also effectively reduce pains and aches with its analgesic properties. It relaxes the muscles thoroughly to prevent it from contracting or cramping. Meanwhile, a soothing buzz invigorates the body from fatigue or exhaustion.
Biker Le’Blanc is a sensitive plant with a lanky structure. Thus, it may not be well-suited for first time growers. It is sensitive to cold weather and has a strong preference for a Mediterranean climate. In the northern hemisphere, where the days are shorter and the temperatures are cooler, it takes a longer time to flower. Because of this, many growers opt to nurse it in a controllable growing environment where factors like lighting, temperature, and humidity are adjustable.
Topping it early indoors is a must. The strain is thin, tall, and will grow out of proportions if left unattended. Managing its height is not only important for keeping it short but also for avoiding the growing area from being cramped. In this way, it helps improve air and light circulation among the lower nodes while redirecting nutrients to healthier budding sites.
It is well-suited for the Screen of Green method. Through it, users manage its height as well as create an even canopy by weaving its branches through the screen situated a few above. Yields are significantly higher due to the creation of multiple budding sites in spite of utilizing a small growing space.
Biker Le’Blanc, like other Sativa-dominant strains, has a long flowering period of 9 to 11 weeks. However, the long wait is well rewarded. Patient growers can expect between 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
In the northern hemisphere, Biker Le’Blanc flowers around the middle of October to the early days of November. It yields at least 16 ounces of buds per plant at harvest. However, growers may need to extend the blossoming phase by a week to make the most out of sunlight.
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