SFV Headband

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

SFV Headband is a reported cross of SFV OG and Headband, bred by High Level Health in Colorado. Recognized as the 11th-strongest strain on earth by High Times Magazine in 2012, this strain is reported to reach THC levels that range between 21% to 31.48%. This strain is versatile in either outdoor or indoor grow environments, but can be sensitive to stress caused by high temperatures and insect damage. The strain grows to medium height and displays a large amount of side branching, making it ideal for Sea of Green applications. The flowering process can last anywhere from nine to 10 weeks. The buds often have a golf-ball-like structure and come in high yields under the optimal growing conditions. According to a head grower at High Level Health, the strain’s effect starts with a cerebral “headband” sensation, then moves to a heavy body high. The breeder also reports that SFV Headband has a sour, gaslike flavor profile and the presence of multiple terpenes, including myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene, and linalool.

SFV Headband is a reported cross of SFV OG and Headband, bred by High Level Health in Colorado. Recognized as the 11th-strongest strain on earth by High Times Magazine in 2012, this strain is reported to reach THC levels that range between 21% to 31.48%. This strain is versatile in either outdoor or indoor grow environments, but can be sensitive to stress caused by high temperatures and insect damage. The strain grows to medium height and displays a large amount of side branching, making it ideal for Sea of Green applications. The flowering process can last anywhere from nine to 10 weeks. The buds often have a golf-ball-like structure and come in high yields under the optimal growing conditions. According to a head grower at High Level Health, the strain’s effect starts with a cerebral “headband” sensation, then moves to a heavy body high. The breeder also reports that SFV Headband has a sour, gaslike flavor profile and the presence of multiple terpenes, including myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene, and linalool.

References

High Level Health