Red Dragon


Red Dragon is one exotic flower.Red Dragon’s exotic flavor and interesting psychoactive effects are what make it a one- of-a-kind hybrid.



Red Dragon is one exotic flower. A Barney’s Farm cross between a West Himalayan Kush and Utopia Haze (a Brazilian sativa), this hybrid is a strain for connoisseurs. Featuring a sweet, fruity aroma, Red Dragon offers consumers a truly different cannabis experience. Slightly sativa-dominant, this strain is giggly and upbeat. Great for those suffering from depression or stress, Red Dragon has a very happy and uplifting effect. Unfortunately, this strain may cause some to feel quite paranoid. If you’re prone to anxiety, Red Dragon may not be the best strain for you. This hybrid grows best indoors and has a flowering time of 8-10 weeks. Red Dragon was first seeded at Barney’s Farm from its two parent plants, West Himalayan Kush and Utopia Haze. It is famous not only for its delicious taste and smell, but also its unique psychoactive effects. While it is slightly sativa-dominant, there are enough indica-like qualities to make for a new high that you have never felt before. Red Dragon has an interesting flavor profile, featuring sweet berry notes accompanied by floral undertones. This complex flavor carries into the scent of the plant as well, making for a unique experience for anyone that uses the herb. Since Red Dragon is sativa-dominant, the user may experience the giggles, as well as an increase in appetite. That translates to a fantastic medicinal strain to combat stress, depression, nausea, inflammation, and even ongoing anxiety. However, you may still feel a slight bout of paranoia, especially if you are prone to feeling paranoid after using marijuana. Tread with caution, because that is one of the most common severe complaints regarding Red Dragon. Less severe side effects include dry mouth and dry eye, which are both much more common than reports of paranoia or dizziness. The unique hybrid strain takes about sixty days to flower, though it sometimes takes more or less time. It is generally a two-week window. The plant does best when grown indoors and, as the name suggests, it takes on some red coloration in the hairs once it is harvested. It grows to be a moderate height—somewhere between tall and short—and its leaves are generally long and spindly. All in all, Red Dragon’s exotic flavor and interesting psychoactive effects are what make it a one- of-a-kind hybrid. If you get a chance to try it, take it, because the strain can be difficult to find. However, if you are prone to paranoia, perhaps, Red Dragon is not for you.

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Energetic, euphoric, Happy, relaxed body, Uplifted


Depression, head aches, Lack of Appetite, Pain, Stress


Earth, Tree Fruit, woody


Dizzy, Dry Eyes, Dry Mouth, Headache, Paranoid


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