Honeybells Strain Review

Honeybells strain

Although they may not be well-known all over the country, honeybells tangelos are extremely beloved in Florida. With a taste that is out of this world, these premium fruits are considered a very special gift for those that are lucky enough to get them. However, in case you are far away from the sunny orchards of Florida, there is another way to taste this fragrant fruit.

The Honeybells strain is a citrusy strain created through the cross between Caramelo and Carmen. Delicious Seeds bred this delicious bud to produce a 1:1 THC-CBD ratio. Thanks to such commitment, the Honeybells strain is used for its medical effects and pleasant aromas. Reaching up to 11% THC and CBD levels, this strain will make you feel close to a sunny afternoon in Florida.

Terpenes

Although it has strong lemon and lime fragrance, the floral aroma of Caramelo takes over the Honeybells strain. This final blend of flavors and aromas makes it a complex, mouth-watering bud. With high levels of limonene, linalool, and low levels of caryophyllene, you will smell the rich terpene profile of Honeybells from the moment you open the jar.

Effects

This strain appeals to consumers looking for high doses of CBD, without getting high as a side effect. The Honeybells strain is only slightly psychoactive and does not leave consumers as high as other THC-rich strains. Being a sativa-dominant strain, it has a subtle, clear-minded effect that is both productive and therapeutic. For these reasons, users prefer smoking Honeybells during the day, tackling all their tasks with a motivated and uplifted spirit.

Likewise, the terpenes in the Honeybells strain also carry their own set of effects. Limonene, the terpene responsible for this strain’s lemon aroma, has anxiety and depression relief properties, being a well-known mood regulator. Then, linalool has potent anti-anxiety and stress-relieving effects, allowing you to stay calm and focused. Finally, caryophyllene interacts with the endocannabinoid system, enhancing the overall efficiency of all the compounds found in the Honeybells strain. Additionally, it has analgesic effects and regulates mood.

On the other hand, some users could experience dry mouth as a common side effect of the Honeybells strain.

Honeybells Strain Genetics

Coming from the fragrant Caramelo, also bred by Delicious Seeds, and Carmen, the Honeybells has an enticing aroma profile. Moreover, breeders chose Carmen for its high CBD content, which diminishes the psychoactive effects of Honeybells.

Lineage

Caramelo is a heavy indica hybrid with strong lavender aromas. This stimulating bud contains up to 25% THC levels, making it a great choice for those who want to feel a strong body high. Taking over your head with a mellow buzz, the Caramelo strain will soon make you feel euphoric and chill, allowing you to forget pain and stress.

Due to its low THC content, Carmen is the best strain to create new high CBD buds. This tasty and fragrant strain has strong medicinal properties. For this reason, users who suffer from conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety, and stress resort to this hybrid strain.

Growth Information

Many users love to grow Honeybells for its robust structure and exquisite buds. Best grown indoors or in a greenhouse, you will have a lower than average yield. However, this result is compensated with the strong and long-lasting effects of the Honeybells strain.

Flowering Time

8 -9  weeks.

Yield

350 – 500 gr/m²  indoors- 400 -600 gr/plant outdoors

Seeds

If you want to grow your own Honeybells strain, get your seeds and start growing here.

While the Honeybells strain sounds like a delicious treat, it isn’t an easy strain to find. To solve this, you can try Botany Farm’s flavorful sativa strains. For instance, our tasty Pineapple Haze strain will please your palate with its notes of sweet pineapple, tropical fruit, and coconut milk. An excellent choice for any time of the day, this frosty bud is a great smoke for an afternoon break.

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