When grown indoors (where the plants would need a blooming period of around 63 days), Bermuda Triangle is a mainly Indica cultivar from Tiger Trees. As far as we know, feminized seeds for Tiger Trees’ Bermuda Triangle were never made available.
For those who are unfamiliar, Bermuda Triangle OG (not to be confused with the similarly-named “Bermuda Triangle”) is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain that was formed by combining the Ghost OG and Triangle Kush strains. With an average THC content of 22-25 percent, this potent weed may quickly overwhelm new users because of its long-lasting effects. As the cerebral impacts rocket through your brain, you’re hoisted up with an abundance of psychoactive inclinations.
For those who like to let their thoughts wander while they’re asleep, the soothing body high will put your body into a profound state of relaxation that makes you drowsy and couch-bound at times. Bermuda Triangle OG’s long-lasting effects and high THC content make it ideal for treating illnesses including chronic pain, sleeplessness, migraines, nausea, and appetite loss. Upon exhalation, the bud’s taste is sweet and piney, with a tinge of diesel. When the nugs are burnt, they have an earthy, woodsy scent with a strong diesel undertone that becomes somewhat sweet. There are plenty of long thin orange hairs and a layer of frosty golden amber crystal trichomes on the buds from Bermuda Triangle OG.