This strain can produce euphoric effects so strong some people consider it practically a religious experience. Perhaps that’s where the strain’s inspired name came from. Also called Lamb’s Breath, this strain has mostly sativa effects, which makes it similar to White 99. Yet it’s unique enough to make it worth trying all on its own.
Not so sweet at all, Lamb’s Bread may remind you of an open meadow thanks to flavors like:
Lamb’s Bread Strain Information
With an average THC level that can range from 16% to over 20%, Lamb’s Bread is a moderately strong strain. The effects start off in the head, giving you cerebral effects primarily with little effect on the rest of the body. This makes it better for people with stress and fatigue issues rather than medicinal patients looking for pain relief. It won’t put you to sleep and should help you focus on your tasks when used during the day as one of the top sativa strains.
Lamb’s Bread Strain Effects
Lamb’s Bread Strain Pairings
Pairs With Music
Sidewalks and Skeletons – “Nowhere”: Witch-house music sets a slightly spooky tone for your enjoyment of the Lamb’s Bread strain.
Kylie Minogue – “On a Night Like This”: Mix it up with this strain and one of the top pop hits of 2000.
GloRilla and Cardi B – “Tomorrow 2”: A strong beat will keep you moving once this strain gives you a boost of energy.
Pairs With Food
Scottish fruit slice: A dense pastry filled with a layer of sweet raisins, this snack will sweeten up your enjoyment of this strain.
Lamb gyros: Fulfill your munchies brought on by Lamb’s Bread with a meaty gyro.
Spicy pork rinds: Try jalapeno or smoked pepper pork rinds to pair with this strain.
Pairs With Spirits
The Lion and the Lamb cocktail: Intense yet sweet, this cocktail boosts the earthy side of this strain.
Fumé blanc wine: A variation of white wine that’s slightly grassy in flavor, it’s a perfect pairing for Lamb’s Bread.
Angelica-infused vodka: With a European herb infused into the spirit, this vodka can be sipped neat to bring out the botanical side of this strain’s flavor profile.
Where The Lamb’s Bread Strain Is Grown
The genetics behind this strain is highly debated, as is its location of development.