Created by the Canadian Breeder, Tweed, Inc., Birds Eye is a distinct phenotype of the popular Jack Herer strain. The hybrid cultivar contains Northern Lights, Shiva Skunk, and Haze genetics and features Jack Herer’s sweet citrus-forward aroma and flavors.
Flavonoids are one of the lesser-known compounds in cannabis, and little is known about the flavonoids present in each strain because they are rarely tested. Like terpenes, flavonoids add to each strain’s flavor and fragrance profile.
Studies have shown that the major flavonoids present in all cannabis plants are cannflavins A, B, and C.
Birds Eyes has been reported to have the following effects:
The following adverse effects have also been reported:
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Birds Eye’s effects come on quickly, providing its users with the energy and focus needed to tackle the tasks ahead of them. This makes Birds Eye a great strain for daytime use, especially for creative projects.
The Birds Eye strain features a stimulating mix of good moods and lighter thoughts, making it handy for individuals seeking to relieve the burden of depression or being trapped in stressful thoughts related to PTSD.
Birds Eye is also handy for its mental clarity and creative energy, with stimulation that empowers those with ADHD to focus more clearly on a single task.
Those who need help managing and triggering their appetite, such as users undergoing chemotherapy, turn to Birds Eye for its ability to stimulate hunger.
Bird’s Eye also offers patients seeking to relieve pains and aches a daytime use option. Despite its lack of CBD content, Bird’s Eye can help reduce inflammation and swelling and soothe stomach aches, headaches, and muscle cramps.
Tolerance and cannabis experience affect how much you need to reap Birds Eye’s medical benefits. Birds Eye is a potent strain with higher THC levels, meaning new users should approach dosing with caution. Experienced users can even feel anxiety or paranoia by consuming too much of this cultivar.
We recommend starting with a low dose of Birds Eye, waiting about 30 minutes for the green buds’ effects to kick in, and then evaluating whether or not to consume more.
Tweed, Inc. keeps its growing strategies regarding Birds Eye on the down low, so specific growing information on the cultivar is difficult to find. Cultivators believe that the strain grows similarly to Jack Herer, forming tall, bushy plants that may require structural support to keep them from collapsing.
Tall, branching, and heavy.
Humidity and Temperature
Warm climate with limited humidity.
Nine to ten weeks indoors, mid-October outdoors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Birds Eye Good For?
People turn to Birds Eye for its ability to help with depression, lift low moods or energy levels, manage chronic stress, and moderate body pain sensations.
How Does Birds Eye Make You Feel?
Birds Eye produces a euphoric, slightly psychedelic high that energizes people with an uplifted, happy mood. The energy from this great strain is helpful for social situations, accomplishing tasks, or carrying out your day without depressive slumps.
THC 24%CBD 0.5%
THC 17%CBD 0.1%-1%
THC 12%-18%CBD 0.02%-0.29%