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Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular has a relatively swift flowering time of 55 to 65 days. When grown inside, the plants are usually compact, and reach around 80 to 160 cm in height on average. Outdoors, they’re likely to grow much taller; to heights of around 250 to 300 cm.

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular is 50% sativa, 50% indica. This balance is reflected in the high, which offers the classically indica ‘body-stone’, combined with the uplifting, happy qualities of a sativa. Users often praise the unique blend of relaxation and mental alertness that this strain provides.

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular is notable for perfectly balancing both sativa and indica genetics (it is a 50% split of each). This results in a plant that produces extremely large harvests, with a fairly rapid flowering time. The height of this strain can be kept compact indoors, but can reach 300 cm when unleashed outdoors. The scent is of a pure sativa; pineapple-tinged, spicy and sweet. Expect a high that’s both calming and uplifting, with a sense of euphoria.

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Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular cannabis combines genetics from around the world; Africa, Central America and South East Asia, to name a few; and some of the sativa parentage is top secret.

Growth pattern of Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular thrives best in Mediterranean climates, with plenty of exposure to warmth and sun. Alternatively, the plants can be grown indoors all year around, in any location around the world. The strain responds well to both lollipopping and supercropping.

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Regular is 50% sativa, 50% indica. Like an indica, it has densely packed buds, and produces extra-large yields. However, the buds are often pure sativa; massive and sweet-smelling. The plants can be compact when grown inside, but outdoors, may grow as tall as 300 cm. The scent they produce is distinctly fruity, with a strong note of pineapple. Users particularly appreciate the clear-headed, euphoric, relaxing high.

When you plan to grow this strain outdoors, be sure you live in a region with sunny and Mediterranean weather. Indoors, AKA Rosenthal Super Bud reaches an average height. Expect a 150% height increase when switching to the 12/12 cycle. Although the variation in phenotypes with this strain is relatively small, there are some that lean to one or the other side of the spectrum. More sativa-like phenotypes tend to produce huge oval calyxes that result in a pyramid of buds. Be sure to support the branches with these! The indica-like phenotypes form rich, snow-white pillars full of buds. A main cola as thick as an arm is nothing special with this phenotype. But all of them have the dense, indica-like flower structure and the sativa tendencies that make the buds swell in every direction. The plant can be harvested after 55-65 days.

Yes the development and structure is large enough to bend into sweet aroma of pineapple actually an incredibly sweet aroma of this indica and sativa strain.

Sensi Seeds named this one after the famous author and cultivator Ed Rosenthal. Every grower knows his “Marijuana Grower’s Handbook”. He is one of the true greats of cannabis cultivation, so it makes sense to tie his name to such an outstanding strain. The AKA Rosenthal Super Bud is a perfect blend of representing sativas and indica qualities, resulting in a 50%-50% mix in most phenotypes a blend of tropical genes with the aroma of pineapple punch. This strain is a professional selection of the finest genes found in Africa, South East Asia, Central America and the Caribbean. Influence through subtle variations, with the sativa tendency resulting.

Our Breeders were able to recreate the Ed Rosenthal Super bud without losing any characteristics.
The sativa or indica influence through subtle created the strong and incredibly sweet of the indica phenotype

While the high is super balanced, the aroma is strong and unbelievably sweet. It smells like pineapple and packs a real punch. AKA Rosenthal Super Bud will make you feel happy and euphoric, to say the least.

All females exhibit a flower structure bursting with Indica density that is made even fatter with the running Sativa tendency, resulting in buds that swell upwards and outwards to crazy sizes. A strong and incredibly sweet aroma of pineapple-punch is the dominant flavour across the strain.

The Sativa-leaning females make great multi-stem plants and produce huge oval calyxes which spiral into crooked bud-pyramids large enough to bend branches. The Indica phenotype`s flowers are distinct and impressive, building into voluptuous columns of snowy bud with main colas as thick as an arm. Their gorgeous snow-covered effect comes from a unique pistil formation – where the oversized antennae sprouting from each calyx are covered with a visible fuzz of tiny hairs – and (as always with a Sensi strain) from a stupendous covering of full-sized resin glands.

Basic / Breeders Info

Ed`s PEHT (Potent Evolved Hybrid Type 1)
"In 1981, Ed Rosenthal gave some seeds to a breeder-grower. They consisted of Afghani-Durbans, Afghanis, Kush, Mexicans, Thais and equatorial Africans. All of these seeds were from pure, potent strains. During the next five years more than 12 generations of seeds were grown. Crosses between the strains were made on the basis of potency and yield rather than configuration. According to Ed "there`s not a plant there that you wouldn`t want to smoke, and their heterogeneous background makes it possible to discover some real winners. Only 1500 seeds are available."

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 Ed Rosenthal Super Bud`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.

Sensi`s breeders had plenty of fascinating new possibilities to explore in those years, due to the expansion of our breeding-stock into a truly comprehensive collection of traditional cultivars and legendary hybrids, and the PEHT program continued quietly in the background. With occasional infusions of promising new genetic material and dozens more generations of crossing and selection for yield and resin production, the program yielded several rarefied plants which proved to be valuable intermediate parents in complex hybrids.