Bordello

Written by KindReviews on November 24th, 2010. Posted in Anxiety, Appetite, Blog, Body Relaxation, Indica-Dominant Hybrid, Mood, Muscular, Pain, Pains, Strains, Vision

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BORDELLO STRAIN INFORMATION

General Information

Type:  Indica-dominant hybrid

Genetics:  Blackberry Apocalypse x TRC Alexis F2 pollen (Blackberry Apocalypse is Tony (*bagseed clone) x Blackberry from Memy’s Finest Seeds, while Alexis is Sweet tooth #3 x Lavender)

Geographic Origin:  Texas, USA

Seed Company/Clone: Texas Resin Company (original breeder: “Lonestar”)

Description: An Indica-dominant hybrid that is comprised of some special and rare genetics, Bordello is known for turning wonderful colors (likely due to the Soma’s Lavender part of the equation) and packing quite a punch, both in flavor and potency.

History

Story: Originally created by “Lonestar”, the founder of Texas Resin Company.

Awards:

Growing Information

Flowering Time: About 7 weeks

Preferred Growing Medium:  **If you’ve grown this strain and have more information, tell us about it!**

Patient Expectations

Scent: Sweet (on the berry side of things) and slightly skunky

Flavor: Depends on pheno, but generally it’s slightly sweet and herby

Effects: Though it’s heavily Indica in its makeup, Bordello tends to be relatively light overall, never feeling overwhelming or bleary-eyed.  It has a very solid body relaxation component, but keeps the mind relatively clear and functional.  It tends to have rather strong ocular effects as well, making it a good choice for glaucoma, etc.

KindReviews:

Bordello – Green Belly Co-Op – June 2010

Bordello – Cherry Creek Health – March 2010

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