Bird’s Eye Strain

Bird’s Eye was born and bred to meet Canada’s ever-growing medical marijuana market. A copy of the legendary Dutch Sativa Jack Herer, it induces a euphoric cerebral high balanced by an energetic body buzz. Not only that, its terpene levels are quite high, giving it a very distinct aroma and flavor.

Sativa/Indica %Indoor YieldOutdoor YieldFlowering Period
55% / 45%8-12 oz/ m212 ounces per plant9-10 weeks indoors, Early to mid-October outdoors.

Canadian licensed producer Tweed markets a variety of the 90s staple Jack Herer (Northern Lights #5 x Shiva Skunk x Haze) as Bird’s Eye. These three are among the most influential and most powerful strains of all time. While the first two contributed to the excellent growth of the strain, it was the latter that gave it is iconic Sativa effects. More importantly, all helped create a marijuana plant that offers excellent medical benefits.

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    Information about Bird’s Eye:

    ORIGINJack Herer
    EFFECTSHappy – 10
    Uplifted – 7
    Energetic – 7
    Euphoric – 7
    Relaxed – 7
    FRAGRANCESweet, citrus, pine, peppery, herbal
    FLAVORSCitrus, sweet, pine, spicy
    MEDICALDepression – 10
    Lack of appetite – 10
    Inflammation – 5
    Pain – 5
    Stress – 5
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSEarly to mid-October
    THC CONTENT %16% to 18%
    CBD %0.07%
    INDICA / SATIVA %45%/55%
    INDOOR YIELD8 to 12 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD12 ounces or more per plant
    CLIMATEWarm climate
    GROWTH LEVELEasy to grow

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    With THC levels between 16% and 18%, Bird’s Eye induces an intense psychedelic high that sets in soon after just one toke. As a surge of energy reinvigorates the mind and enhances the mood, tired souls begin to radiate with happiness from within. Bursting with energy, motivation is not lacking when it comes to staying productive and getting work done.

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    An uplifting buzz from the temples gradually ebbs down to envelop the body in relaxation. Even though such effects are pronounced, it does not crash the soaring euphoric high. Usually, the strain’s mental stimulation and soothing body high go hand in hand to make Bird’s Eye a great wake-and-bake strain.

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    In moderation, Birds Eye is a stupendous daytime smoke. If one were to overindulge in such a potent strain accidentally, however, the effects can be quite crippling. A potent Sativa, it can cause rapid thoughts and leave users stuck to the couch.


    Bird’s Eye has a sweet citric aroma that’s accented by subtle hints of pine. A pleasant herbal scent enhances its pepper undertones.


    Bird’s Eye tastes just like oranges. When drawn in, the sweet citrus turns into a refreshing pine. On the exhale, a spicy but savory note takes over the palate.

    Adverse Reaction

    So far, there are no adverse reactions reported for Bird’s Eye, but this is because it is relatively new to the medical marijuana market. Still, users should expect the strain to cause dry mouth and eye. Thankfully, these are mild and very typical with cannabis use.

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    Another thing to note is that the pronounced cerebral high may cause some dizziness and even slight anxiety. Such side effects are usually the result of overconsuming the strain.


    When compared to other high-CBD strains, the CBD value of Bird’s Eye is not that remarkable. Instead, the therapeutic benefits it offers are the result of its high psychoactive compounds. As such, its medical benefits are consistent with that of other recreational strains.

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    The fantastic head high Bird’s Eye induces is one that is life-changing. Enhancing moods, it lightens the burden of those going through life with depression and PTSD. The mental clarity and stimulation also allow users with ADHD to focus their attention on a single task. In the same manner, it can also be used as a stress reliever.

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    Bird’s Eye can also be used to relieve stomachaches, headaches, and other body pains. While it doesn’t contain massive amounts of CBD, it has enough to reduce redness and swelling of inflammations.

    As a proven appetite stimulant, Bird’s Eye can be of great help to those with a general lack of appetite such as patients who have just gotten out of chemotherapy.

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      Unfortunately, Tweed’s proprietary hold on Bird’s Eye makes it unavailable for home growing. But, as a medical strain, it is likely that the strain is cultivated indoors as licensed producers would prefer to cultivate their products in a controlled environment. The strain, itself, is likely to flower abundantly in such settings.

      Bird’s Eye is quite similar to Jack Herer in terms of growth pattern. It grows tall and bushy. Aside from that, its branches may need to be supported to prevent them from snapping under the weight of the plant’s massive, resinous buds.

      Flowering Time


      Once its 8 to 9-week flowering period is over, Bird’s Eye yields between 8 to 12 ounces of buds per square meter.


      By the end of October, growers can harvest more than 12 ounces of beautiful buds from each Bird’s Eye plant.


      1. Jack Herer

      FAQ About Bird’s Eye Strain

      What is the Bird’s Eye strain yield?

      Bird’s Eye yields 8-12 oz/ m2 indoors and 12 ounces per plant outdoors.

      How much THC does Bird’s Eye have?

      From 16% up to 18% THC.

      What are the origins of the Bird’s Eye strain?

      Jack Herer

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Bird’s Eye? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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