Bell Ringer Strain Review

Bell Ringer is among the least popular strains out there but it doesn’t mean that it is a weak strain. In fact, Bell Ringer is considered as one of the heavyweights out there. Aside from stimulating your appetite, Bell Ringer is known for knocking users out. This is a rare Indica-dominant strain that is a cross between Pre-98 Bubba Kush and Hindu Skunk. It can give you a head-ringing high that you won’t experience in any other strains. The fragrance of Bell Ringer can be very sour and earthy.

Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

Flowering: 9 to 10 weeks

Climate: Warm, temperate, dry climate

Yield: Medium to High

Flavors: Earthy, woody, lemon, citrus, herbal, sweet

THC Level: 25%

Height: Medium

Growing Difficulty: Easy

What Are the Effects of Bell Ringer?

Bell Ringer can make you feel sleepy and hungry at the same time. As mentioned earlier, this strain can indeed pack a punch and can give you buzzy cerebral effects. It is not good for making art or creative projects since Bell Ringer can leave you totally sedated. It can ruin your focus and can make everything feel hazy. Although, this strain can make you lazy and unfocused, it also can make you feel happy and euphoric.

What Are the Medical Benefits of Bell Ringer?

This strain is used to treat nausea and insomnia. It is also given to patients who are suffering from pain and has lost their appetites. If you search on the Internet, you will find out that there are medical practitioners and institutions today who are prescribing Bell Ringer to patients who are suffering from seizures. Bell Ringer is also commonly used as a treatment for cancer, spinal cord injury, and chronic pain.

What Are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Bell Ringer?

Negative effects of Bell Ringer include dry eyes and dry mouth.

Tips for Growing Bell Ringer

It is recommended that you cultivate Bell Ringer in a warm and temperate environment. For best results, it is essential that you are able to control and manage the temperature and humidity properly. Consider the climate in your area if you are planning to cultivate Bell Ringer outdoor.