Banjo is a hybrid cannabis strain and, for those who would prefer to keep things on the down-low, quite pungent. It is also very well-balanced.
It has a very distinctive, and ultimate divisive flavour, but the therapeutic and entertainment values cannot be ignored. Its THC content has been measured at between 18% and 28%.
Banjo’s leaves are an intense and vivid lime green and are involved in a leaf dalliance with a few curly orange pistils. The gorgeous flowers themselves are exceptional in their size and solidity, with the buds twisting tightly inward on themselves, creating an impressive core. You will, most likely need a grinder to properly break up these flowers.
Banjo has a very unique and sharp aroma. With your grinder, when breaking up these flowers, you could be exposed to some bitter and skunky odours. Eyes may water and sinuses may be challenged by Banjo’s sour-tasting smoke. On the flip-side, the exhale offers a mildly fruity taste.
There is very little time wasted before Banjo starts plucking the strings and getting things going. Initial reactions and sensations can range from stimulation of the salivary glands to a gentle deep-house gig in the temples. A cerebral stimulation can lead one down the road to a place of intense chattiness, especially if shared in social settings. Banjo can also, in it’s free-wheeling way, simply provide a mellow background amusement.
Smokers of Banjo could quite easily find themselves free from all or any nagging or upsetting pain, or soreness and might find themselves able to breathe more easily and deeply.
The later stages of consumption are better enjoyed in a lounge-setting, surrounded with snacks and a movie. Banjo, with its strengths is, recommended for late afternoon and evening enjoyment.
Banjo’s elevated mood effect can possibly aid focus for those affected by attention deficit disorders. It can also give relief to those suffering from mild to moderate stress and depression. Because of its risk of hyperactive and, or paranoid thinking, Banjo is not recommended for those who fall in the category of panic or severe anxiety or who have a low THC tolerance.
Seeds of Banjo are unavailable online. To cultivate your own, obtain clippings from mature, healthy plants of the strain. They can be grown in controlled indoor conditions or in a humid and hot outdoor environment. Flowering maturity is usually within 8 to 9 weeks.