This rather obscure and potent bud was created through the blood, sweat and tears by the talented professors at RedEyed Genetics. By crossing the Huckleberry Hound and Guard Dawg strains, they have unleashed upon the world, Bloodhound, a bud possessing a wickedly high 24% average THC level that will catapult the user into the sky with its energetic high before settling them into a blissed-out state of tranquility.
Bloodhound buds have fluffy popcorn-shaped dark olive green nugs with thin light amber hairs and a coating of tiny, frosty white crystal trichomes. It has an earthy aroma with powerful notes of sage. Breaking its buds apart reveals delicious hints of chestnut, fruit, and chocolate. The flavour is super sweet, complimented by fruity berry, with a lightly citrusy and chocolatey exhale.
Bloodhound doesn’t ask questions, as evidenced by its immediate onset. The pure joy and euphoria is instant. This upbeat and energetic disposition often inspires a knack for storytelling and sharing jokes with friends. Thus, it should come as no surprise that one become a little more sociable while under this strain’s influence. These wonderful sensations eventually travel through the entire body, finally leaving you in a blissed-out and relaxed state.
Thanks to these effects and its high 19-24% average THC level, Bloodhound is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, depression, appetite loss or nausea and chronic pain.
Bloodhound can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Indoors, growers can expect it to flower in 8 to 9 weeks. Outdoors, it will flower between the second and third week of October.
For an easy going high that often leads to fits of giggles and good conversation, try taking Bloodhound for a walk.