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Dread bread strain

Perfect blend of old school meets new school.. just a wonderful unique stank.. very uplifting kind of puts you in time out for a moment,gives you a little pep talk.. it’s like perfect for when you need a reset, kind of clears your palette right away and then does its thing. What a fun aroma, formidable if you will. Makes you write insane reviews that make perfect sense and no sense at the same time.. I’m sure none of this made sense, but if you have the chance to try Dread Bread read this again and you’ll be on the trolley

Super strong but gave me a panic attack. I’m sitting here trying to chill out as I type this. I’m an every day smoker and haber never had this happen although I tend to avoid strains like Jack Herrer because I don’t like speedy highs. This is definitely an energetic smoke. I love Lowell farms, just not this strain.

I’m in tremendous pain today due to the foul weather and years of hard living, I picked up 3 grams of DB and mixed it with some moonshine cookies I’ve been holding on to,, the pain is turning into more of a memory. Kansas City Chiefs football.

Excellent with a great movie cutter that helped my pain. And made me feel super amazing! Nice!

5 mins high Im the cannabinoid king its for balance and being healthy thats it

I wouldn’t recommend this personally but that’s definitely not to say that the strain is bad, just that it really wasn’t for me. Others seem to get a really euphoric experience out of Dread Bread, but I found it had such a heavy body load that I was just uncomfortable, and it made me super paranoid, which doesn’t usually happen to me. I do tend to prefer a higher-CBD strain so this may definitely be just me, but if you tend to get paranoid, IMO there are better strains for you.

I bought this brand recommended at the store when I said I have work to do and needed something energizing. I don’t smoke a lot and not every day. It did not make me feel stoned. It made be feel focused and lifted the dread of boring work to do. The effect of elevated mood has built up nicely over the last 9 weeks, but for me an unanticipated bonus is not having to take allergy pills; my allergy response has ceased and I am breathing better than I ever have! Maybe just an effect of any marijuana? Anyway, I’m delighted with it.

Like all Kiona pre-rolls, the Dread Bread is rolled tight: it burns even. The high is not over-whelming; it’s more an mood enhancer, a quick press of a reset button. Not every strain is supposed to deliver floor-slamming effects. Ever work outside on the first real day of spring? If you have, you know exactly what I mean. Here’s, “Hello,” from a glowingly happy, beautiful stranger.

Dread Bread is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the classic Colombian Mangobiche X Vintage Afghani strains. Hard to find on your average market, this bud is infamous for its super pungent flavor and long-lasting effects that hit hard and linge…