Jamaica is famous for its sweet sinsemilla. It was first brought to the island by indentured workers from East India.
After Leonard P. Howell declared the prophecy of Haile Selassie, ganja became an important component of the spiritual movement known as Rastafari on the island. In its most simple form, the prophecy states that black people will gain liberation from oppression and will return to the African homeland.
During what is known as “reasoning sessions,” Rastafarians gather to smoke the sacred herb as a gateway to spiritual transcendence. Reggae King Bob Marley gave the Rastafari faith global recognition through his music.
There are many Marley-inspired strains. But Lamb’s Bread is the only one to have been enjoyed by Bob Marley himself. Descended from the original Jamaican landrace, Lamb’s Bread is a pure sativa. It has a clear-minded, energetic high, making it the perfect beach weed. The taste is spicy and invigorating, with hints of pine and grass.