Banjo Strain Review

You will definitely love Banjo if you love sweet tangerine buds. This savory strain is a cross between Tangelo and Boost. The aroma of Banjo is also unique – it’s like tangerine zest and creamy cheese. Banjo is also for people who wanted a slow but intense body high. It is known for delivering heavy effects that can weigh down on you. Although the effects can be quite heavy, it is still possible that you end up being productive. Make sure that you start in small quantities when smoking this strain. Banjo can be used in both night and day.

Type: Balanced Hybrid Strain, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica

Flowering: 7 to 20 weeks

Climate: Temperate

Yield: Medium

Flavors: Tree fruit, mango, diesel, tangerine, sweet, cheese

THC Level: 23%

Height: Medium

Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Effects of Banjo?

Banjo is a strong strain and that can give you a euphoric head high. This also a great strain for uplifting your mood and making your thoughts more positive. The effects of Banjo can make you feel happy as well. It gives you mental energy that can help you accomplish whatever tasks or projects in front of you. Banjo is also a great strain for helping you become talkative and more confident. You can also expect bright visual effects after smoking this strain.

What are the Medical Benefits of Banjo?

This strain can help people recover from arthritis, headaches, and chronic pain. There are also cancer patients out there who are using this strain in order to combat pain and increase their appetite. Physicians all over the world are also giving Banjo cannabis strains to their patients who are suffering from hypertension. And if you are feeling fatigued and stressed out after work, then smoking Banjo is a good idea.

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Banjo?

Dryness of eyes and mouth is expected after smoking Banjo. You will also feel dizzy and space, especially if you take in large quantities of Banjo.

Tips for Growing Banjo

Banjo can be grown in both indoors and outdoors. You can cultivate them using soil mix or hydroponics. It is important that you do not overfeed your plants with water and nutrients.