Lady Liberty is a 50/50 hybrid with reputation for potency. Its THC levels generally float between 22% and 23% but can easily soar beyond, depending on the grower’s ability and the environment it grew in.
Information about Lady Liberty:
This perfectly split herb balances the best of both Sativas and Indicas. It energizes the brain with its cerebral effects, bringing users up above the clouds. And, instead of crashing them back to earth, the bud gently cradles the user to sleep.
Despite its popularity, its past remains clouded. No one can tell which breeder masterminded this work of excellence. Adding to the blow is its undisclosed ancestry. Nonetheless, Lady Liberty has become a powerhouse in the world of cannabis.
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Information about Lady Liberty:
|EFFECTS||Sleepy – 10|
Hungry – 10
Relaxed – 10
|FRAGRANCE||Tangy, lemon, sweet, citric, earth|
|FLAVORS||Tangy, lemon, citrus, sweet, earth|
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Late September to early October|
|THC CONTENT %||22% to 23%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||50%/50%|
|INDOOR YIELD||3 to 4 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||4 ounces or more per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Easy to grow|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Lady Liberty is for people who want to enjoy the cerebral rush that Sativa delivers as well as the body buzz of an Indica. At the onset, the bud begins with an uplifting yet clear-headed high. It erases negativity and organizes thoughts so users can tap into the full potential of their creativity.
With a clear head, focusing on tasks becomes easier. The mental stimulation allows users to concentrate intensely. To some, it may even feel like time stopped to accommodate their mounting interest. It is usually best to have food around for convenience as coaxing the brain’s full potential often leads to hunger.
Gradually, a relaxing sensation begins to creep in as the head high continues. Intense, it soothes the muscles and loosens the joints. Unknowingly, a heaviness that seems to slow down movement has set in the limbs. Everything begins to seem foggy as the sedated user drowses off to dreamland.
Despite all its wonders, Lady Liberty is a Janus-faced strain. A little over excess and it will send the brain into major overdrive while gluing the body to a full-on couchlock. As such, the bud must always be used in moderation.
Lady Liberty has faint tangy notes of lemon. But, as the buds break, the sweet citric scent is overpowered by the strong fragrance of damp earth. Together, they produce a homely aroma that is reminiscent of breakfast in the country side.
The faint tanginess of lemons turns into an intense citric flavor once the buds of Lady Liberty are smoked. More than homely, it is liberating to the senses. Its sweetness in the palate is complemented by the once strong fragrance of soil which, on the exhale, leaves quiet an aftertaste.
Lady Liberty’s adverse reactions are poorly documented. Regardless, it is safe to assume that, just like every other strain, it causes a mild case of dehydration. It comes in the form of a cottonmouth but the eyes may also redden. Often, these are nothing major but, if the discomfort continues, a glass or two of water should do the trick.
Lady Liberty’s perfect genetic split allows users to experience the medical effects of both Sativas and Indicas. As such, it can be used for alleviating mental and physical discomfort.
As a mood enhancer, it lifts spirits and kills off negativity. By taking away the blues, it becomes a supportive ally to those living with depression and PTSD. Similarly, the strain can also be used to bust out stress and mental fatigue.
Its knack for sharpening the mind aids users with ADD/ADHD, or those with a general lack of focus, concentrate on finishing tasks. An added bonus is its ability to make way for free-flowing thoughts.
However, people may find its body high useful in easing muscular tension. Its relaxing buzz provides a reprieve from cramps, chronic body pain, and even gastrointestinal problems. By soothing contractions in the stomach, it restores the appetite and gets one craving.
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It takes quite the adventure to find seeds and clippings of Lady Liberty. But, the efforts are well worth it at the sight of its magnificence.
Under the sun, Lady Liberty shines – literally. A testament to its potency, its heavy layer of sticky trichomes make it so. But, just right beneath the frosted crystals is the olive and moss-like green of its buds. Its purplish undertones, only visible up close, deepen the earthy hues while its orange hairs enhance its vibrancy.
Its shape is also quite a spectacle to behold. It comes in varying sizes but retains the same popcorn cast. Placed in one’s hand, its density becomes the center of attention. Overall, the bud is fluffy and compact.
With little information to go on with, growing enthusiasts will have to get creative when it comes to caring for their plant. Elusive strains such as this lady are best cultivated in artificial environments, where they can be shielded from sudden changes in temperature as well as pests. This is not to say that the herb does not grow well outdoors. Far from it, it yields quite abundantly. However, its success wholly depends on the grower’s expertise and quick thinking.
Indoors, its lemon scent is a breath of fresh air for apartment growers. So long as neighbors remain unbothered, carbon filters are not an immediate necessity. With that said, Lady Liberty blooms between 7 to 9 weeks. Each square meter produces at least 3 to 4 of moss-colored nugs.
With the right amount of sunshine, Lady Liberty flowers relatively quick. With each plant turning harvest-ready by October and producing more than 4 ounces.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Lady Liberty? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.