Lamb’s Bread Strain

This unique smelling strain is something else. A near pure sativa, Lamb’s Bread boasts of golden green buds that smell pungent and cheese-like. This Jamaican native does much to earn its reputation for being in-demand and an enjoyable smoke for both recreational and medical smokers alike.

Lamb’s Bread is an excellent strain that isn’t so easy to find. This rare beauty originated in cannabis hotbed Jamaica itself, and has gathered fans from all over the world since. Rumor has it that Bob Marley himself called this near pure sativa one of his favorites, and once you become acquainted with this bud, it is very easy to see why.

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This 95% sativa strain in all about energy and positivity, and will help patients who suffer from a long list of ailments. Lamb’s Bread, also commonly referred to as “Lamb’s Breath”, is very difficult to find, as not many growers carry this moderately potent and energizing plant.

Information About Lamb’s Bread Strain

ORIGIN Jamaican sativa
EFFECTS Happy – 10
Uplifted – 10
Energetic – 8
Euphoric – 7
Creative – 7
FRAGRANCE Cheese, pungent, skunky, sour
FLAVORS Earthy, woody, pungent, herbal, pine, spicy, sweet
Dry eyes – 4
Paranoid – 1
Headache – 1
Anxious – 1
MEDICAL Stress – 10
Depression – 9
Pain – 4
Fatigue – 4
Lack of appetite – 4
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR October to mid-November
THC CONTENT % 19%-25%
CBD % 0.03%-0.2%
INDICA/SATIVA % 5% / 95%
INDOOR YIELD 14 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 14 ounces per plant
CLIMATE Hot mediterranean or equatorial climate
RESISTANCE TO DISEASE High resistance to common diseases

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest


This strain is a wonderful daytime smoke that can instantly turn your frown upside down. It is a fan favorite for so many reasons, being named as the ultimate “perfect smoke”, proudly representing its proud heritage. Lamb’s Bread is widely named as a great “wake and bake” strain, handing you a boost of positive energy to start your day with.

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Lamb’s Bread will give you a creative lift, and induce a powerful sense of positivity, making you feel happy and elated for hours. You will feel like you can do anything, and do it with a smile, and it will inspire you to be productive, all while enjoying a laid back, clear headed head high.

You will feel very motivated and empowered with this smoke, and instantly euphoric. Lamb’s Bread is all about wanting to do something, often physical activity or something else that requires you to get up and start moving. This strain is supremely enjoyable, and it will mean that no matter what you choose to keep busy with, you will do it with pleasure.

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Lamb’s Breath is a pretty flower with a distinctly tantalizing aroma. It most notably smells like a sweet cheese, mixed with a shock of skunky goodness. This strain has sour and pungent undertones that will fill a room with all its wonderfully fragrant glory.


This Jamaican beauty carries a unique blend of earthy and sweet flavors that will create a creamy and delicious smoke. Lamb’s Bread is all pungent and pine and created a sweet and woody aftertaste that is guaranteed to stick to your tongue, long after the exhale.

Adverse reactions

Lamb’s Bread has very minimal side effects – another reason why it is such a great and popular choice. This strain can cause a case of dry mouth like all strains, and sometimes this may come with a sense of dry and itchy eyes, and a feeling of being dehydrated and parched.

This hybrid can in some, very rare cases, cause a mild form of paranoia. Lamb’s Bread can also potentially cause a slight headache in extreme cases, as well as a slight bout of anxiety in a few selected users. These effects are rarely heavy or serious, making this strain an ideal fit even for new and inexperienced users.


Lamb’s Bread can heal a long list of sicknesses, and is therefore widely recommended by doctors in the treatments of their patients. This strain is great at averting symptoms of chronic stress, as it can relax your mind, without making you feel hazy or body-heavy, like other strains.

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This almost pure sativa is also an effective mood-lifter, eliminating many symptoms that add to the stress of feeling depressed and anxious, but also other ailments such as ADHD and PTSD. This is because this plant is a powerful relaxant, and can make you feel calmer and more uplifted.

Lamb’s Bread is also popularly prescribed for some pain conditions. This strain can help treat muscle spasms, back pain and even glaucoma. Patients who need an energy boost can often combat their fatigue with this uplifting strain. Long-suffering cancer patients can also find relief with Lamb’s Bread and induce appetite with this healing bud.


This perfect plant can be moderately difficult to cultivate, and will need some experience from the grower. Lamb’s Bread prefers a hot and equatorial outdoor climate, so if you aren’t able to provide that, then it is best moved into a controlled indoor environment. It should, however, be noted that you will need appropriate space for this plant to branch out.

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Flowering Time


Lamb’s Breath grown indoors can take around 9 to 10 weeks to flower and make itself ripe for plucking. You can expect to harvest an estimated yield of about 14 ounces of good and fresh bud per square meter.


This sativa can be expected to yield around 14 ounces of weed per plant during harvest. Lamb’s Breath should be ready for plucking around October to the middle of November.

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


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    1. Great read! I havent ever had Lambs Bread myself but it looks amazing. I’m a Floridian and we just legalized medical marijuana and im very happy I found you here. looking forward to your nest post!

    2. This is hands down the best strain ever and this is by far the most in depth and accurate review I have come across. Great read. Damn near impossible to find the seeds or the flower. And when I say that I mean the TRUE stuff. Not some fake immitation.

    3. I had Lambs Bread in the last century and I never forgot the sweet happy energized feeling I got after a few tokes. It lasted for a good while. I am just now growing my own for the first time in 20 years! Thanks for the great website. I just read the growing and curing tips in preparation for the fall harvest.

    4. I’m in the process of growing 2 right now, The trichome are filling in fast and the pistols have started to turn reddish. They still have a bit to go and i can’t wait. They should be cured by around Christmas. I’ll update as I go for anyone that’s interested

    5. It was a New Yorker who introduced me to Lamb’s Bread! I loved the sweet happy high. I grew my LB outside in Canada last summer. I got a decent crop but the season was short and the flowers were small but potent.
      I am growing them again but inside under 2 x 315 cmh lamps. Not finished vegging but soon to start the flower cycle.

    6. I am growing 2 rite now outdoors n they look excellent very exciting strain to grow n it grows very fast……