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Information about L’Eagle Eagle:
L’Eagle Eagle is among the top cannabis strains from the L’Eagle collection. It boasts a potent THC of up to 20%, as well as a mentally stimulating high, that has won hearts outside of its hometown Colorado. Not only that, its persistent mental effects are perfectly paired with a stress-reducing body buzz that helps users stay on top of things.
Nothing short is expected of the Sativa-dominant flagship strain, of course. After all, it is a byproduct of sustainable growing methods from the L’Eagle company itself. More than that, its effects truly shine a light upon the breeder’s expertise in selecting parent strains.
From Candy Haze, it garnered its sweet flavor of dessert doused with candy as well as its Sativa-dominant structure. Meanwhile, Skunk # 6 enhanced its tranquilizing capabilities and added a subtle body high to its otherwise predominantly head buzz. However, the two are quite rare which makes L’Eagle Eagle truly a gem in the world of cannabis.
Information about L’Eagle Eagle:
|ORIGIN||Candy Haze and Skunk #6|
|EFFECTS||Uplifted – 10
Energetic – 10
Creative – 9
Happy – 9
Talkative – 8
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, fruity, woody, pine, spicy, diesel|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, candy, fruit, spicy, diesel, woody, pine|
|MEDICAL||Fatigue – 10
Stress – 10
Depression – 3
Inflammation – 1
Headaches – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||10 to 12 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late October to mid-November|
|THC CONTENT %||20%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||30%/70%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
It only takes a puff or two for L’Eagle Eagle to work its magic. Setting in just a few minutes, its cerebral onset is a rush of energy that swarms the mind. It clears away negative thoughts and creates space for more positive and innovative ideas. The surge of creativity also makes one feel livelier especially while discussing theories and other profound thoughts.
The mental clarity is also a gateway to remembering happy memories or feeling more confident. And so, it is not uncommon for users to get out of their comfort zone while wanting to share personal experiences. This is true even for the shyest of people.
Gradually, as the hours pass by, the Indica effects of the bud become more pronounced. The same rush of energy trickles down from the temples and gently, like waves crashing into the shore, soothe each muscle. Eventually, users become totally enveloped in waves of relaxation. Keeping the intensity from overcoming the body, however, is the persistent mental high of the onset. As such, one remains abuzz with energy while completing tasks in spite of the heaviness in the limbs.
Suffice to say, L’Eagle Eagle is a suitable daytime companion. It has great wake-and-bake qualities that, if taken advantaged of at night, will only serve to keep users up. Unless, of course, one prefers brainstorming at night.
L’Eagle Eagle smells strongly like a sweet basket of assorted fruits. Enhancing it are woody notes of pine once the buds are broken apart. When combusted, it emits a spicy diesel undertones that fill the room.
In the palate, L’Eagle Eagle bursts with the sweet flavor of candied fruits. Enhancing it are spicy notes of diesel that intensify when the smoke is savored. On the exhale, it leaves a refreshing aftertaste of woody pine.
Like other strains, L’Eagle Eagle causes a dry mouth. It is usually due to moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids interfering with the production of saliva. This is a fairly common reaction that, due to its mildness, is often ignored by many seasoned users. However, beginners who experience discomfort due to the dryness may down a few glasses of water to ease the ache while staying hydrated throughout the day.
L’Eagle Eagle, through the combined effects of its cannabinoids, has immense therapeutic value. It is often used by patients as a temporary reprieve against various mental and physical conditions. Its uplifting effects, for instance, help diminish high levels of stress which can hasten the onset of depression if left unattended. As such, it can also be used as an anti-depressant.
The same psychoactive compound that enhances the mood is also responsible for the relaxing body high that L’Eagle Eagle induces. It soothes the muscle and, through its energizing buzz, reinvigorates users through and through. At the same time, it also relieves aches and pains beginning from the temples. Meanwhile, its anti-inflammatory properties provide relief to red, swollen areas.
Climate and location are two important factors to growing L’Eagle Eagle. As a Sativa-dominant strain, it prefers the warm, semi-humid environment of many equatorial and Mediterranean countries. Exposed to the nutrient-rich sunlight for long hours, the plant grows tall and flowers fast.
This is not to say L’Eagle Eagle does not grow well in the northern hemisphere. In fact, it remains a hefty yielder of airy, puffy buds that are resilient against problems brought about by humidity such as mold or mildew. However, it tends to take its time due to the lack of sunshine, short days, and cold weather. For this reason, many prefer cultivating the strain indoors.
Controllable environments make it easier to mimic a Mediterranean climate by adjusting important factors such as lighting, temperature, and humidity. Not only that, it provides added protection against pests especially during the vegetative stage when the plant’s stalks and branches have not hardened yet.
Growers may have to shorten the vegetative period though or top the plant early to avoid its height from towering over the grow room and limiting light. Applying special growing techniques such as Low-Stress Training and the Screen of Green method will encourage bud growth, higher yields, and quite possibly a faster flowering period.
L’Eagle Eagle takes quite a long time to flower, usually about 10 to 12 weeks, after initiating the flowering stage. Once mature, it yields at least 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
In the northern hemisphere, it flowers from the last week October to the second or third week of November. Once ready for harvest, growers harvest at least 12 ounces of buds per plant.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own L’Eagle Eagle? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.