Red lebanese strain
I saw Red Leb at the local shop and got excited. Little to be found online about it, though we used to smoke the Red Leb that came in through Fishguard DECADES ago, so how nobody knows about it until now is funny! The young kids think they’ve got all these new-fangled, high-tech, environmentally unfriendly, great weed-growing skills but those of us that were born before 1997 know differently. There is room for us all, but seeing this oldie made me smile. Then I smoked some and it made me giggle, which is just EXACTLY what it used to do a thousand years ago. Very happy. I’ll be back for more tomorrow. It sends me a little shaky initially but I know that once it levels out I will get a stable sativa-like ride for a while. No paranoia. Awake, not necessarily functional, or interested in talking to anyone OUTSIDE my head but inside my head is very busy! What I need to look out for, though, is where I am when I smoke this. This WILL put me out as the high drops off and the sedation kicks in so I need to be either at home or somewhere I can sleep or at least be still and quiet and not hassled! NOT out and about, definitely NOT driving. Don’t drive under the influence.
Red Lebanese is a slightly indica dominant hybrid strain (60% indica/40% sativa) created through crossing an unknown combination of strains that originate from Lebanon. Although the true heritage of this bud has been lost to age-old breeder secrecy, this bud is still heavily sought after for its…
This hash looks slightly reddish-brown in colour with lovely cake-like LAYERS , the structure shows that the “press” was just the right amount. Not too hard to make it oily but just enough to make the skin slightly shine.
Very fresh and minty, it had a couple people in the office thinking it was a super-polm at first . That was until. you smell the smoke! At that point, you are met with a very “pepery” scent that is very similar to a darker Indian hash.
It goes down nice and smooth with a softly chalk/earth-flavour (this seems to be a pretty consistent red leb trait). It kind of burns like it was NOT dry pressed but all other indicators say that it WAS.
The effects here are really nice and relaxed. You feel a bit like you have had a couple of beers; not TOO many so that you are acting stupid, but just enough to have a nice buzz . The way this gear makes me feel is the equivalent of having a “chillout session” with some candles and a hot bath. Aaahhhh.
For a LONG time, this type of hash was nowhere (in Europe) to be found! Now, some shipments are having the highest quality we’ve seen in daze! This one from “The Kash” is certainly running with the best.
Origin, Look, Smell and effects of Red Lebanese – Bushdocs Fieldnotes: For a LONG time, this type of hash was nowhere (in Europe) to be found! Now, some shipments are having the highest quality we’ve seen in daze! This one from