Bordello Strain Information

The hybrid strain known as Bordello has a unique aroma and flavor reminiscent of coffee, pine, and freshly-churned earth. The buds of this strain are a deep mossy green color with hints of blue and purple. It is important to note that the THC levels in Bordello can vary, so it is recommended to check the potency before consuming or purchasing.

The high from Bordello is known for its ability to relieve pressure in the head and eyes, making it effective for alleviating headaches and glaucoma symptoms. It also produces a tingling sensation that starts in the head and spreads throughout the body, easing tension in the muscles. While the mind may feel at ease, it can be more difficult to concentrate on tasks. It is best to consume Bordello when there are no immediate plans or after completing important tasks.

There are some potential negative side effects associated with Bordello, including dry eyes and mouth, dizziness, and feelings of paranoia or anxiety. These side effects are more likely to occur when consuming above tolerance levels.

When cultivating Bordello, it has been observed to produce various indica-dominant phenotypes. It is recommended to use the sea of green (SOG) method for optimal growth.

Lab Data:
Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
CBD: <1%

My Review of the Bordello Strain:

I recently had the pleasure of enjoying the Bordello strain, and let me start by saying, wow! From the moment I sparked up, a wave of sweet, intoxicating aromas filled the air. As the smoke caressed my taste buds, I instantly felt a calmness washing over me, leaving me in a state of pure bliss. The high was beautifully balanced, providing a stimulating cerebral experience combined with a gentle relaxation that melted away any tension or stress. The buds themselves were dense with vibrant colors, and the potency was just right, keeping me pleasantly elevated for hours. Overall, the Bordello strain delivered an exquisite and luxurious smoking experience that I can’t wait to savor again.