"Come on come and rock your boat / because it's a pinky reggae party / and it's tonight"
With its light earthy taste and uplifting effects, sativa-dominant Lamb's Bread is almost as legendary as the artist most closely associated with the strain - Bob Marley. The reggae superstar gave his stamp of approval when he referred to Lamb's Bread as "good herb" in a 1976 interview with High Times magazine. Apparently icons have a thing for Lamb's Bread - the strain also got a shoutout from icon Tupac Shakur in the unreleased track "Set it Off." Fast-acting and euphoric, this strain is often used to treat depression and anxiety. Perfect for early mornings and social gatherings, energizing Lamb's Bread will put you in the mood for a "Punky Reggae Party."