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Ed Rosenthal Super Bud

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud

4.2| 31 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Introduced in 2006 by Dutch breeder and seedbank Sensi Seeds in honor of their dear friend, Ed Rosenthal, the layering of indica and sativa qualities in this hybrid is a rare accomplishment. A superb balance of the best traits from each end of the cannabis spectrum has been achieved through expert selection over countless generations. The blend of tropical genes in this strain's multi-faceted background is especially wide-ranging, representing sativas from all around the equatorial zone: Africa, South East Asia, Central America, and the Caribbean.


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Strain Attributes

Muscle Spasms
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes

Strain Data

Parents of Ed Rosenthal Super Bud
Flowering Days
Average Yield
Average Height
Outdoor Finish
Early November
Recommendations & Notes
  • Prefers a hot climate and moderate to generous amounts of fertilizer
  • Suitable for sea of green (SOG)
  • Sativa-dominant phenotypes grow best as a multi-stem plant


  • 1. Citrus
  • 2. Flowery
  • 3. Sweet

Review Highlights

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“Got a bit of this weed for my birthday, and i have to say i was really impressed with this strain. You feel happy, willing to do something, not smashed but really stoned. You can still work and is a really nice for idea's growing. High THC Level, strong and fruity taste. Actually one of the best weed i've ever tried. Strongly recommended.”

Most Recent

“Have you ever had a bowl of fruity pebbles's infront of the TV on a Saturday morning? Well I can't turn on the toons or poor the milk but I can direct you to ERSB. This would be the MOST over looked power-house Hybrid that has ever existed. Genetics that span the entire globe there is nothing to compare to this strain. The high can only be called "a perfectly played Symphony of psychoactive chemicals with complementi...”


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