Big Bull Strain Review

Big Bull is for all cannabis users who like thick delicious strains. It is a potent strain that can make you feel more focused, relaxed, and joyful. Aside from giving having a very delicious flavor and potent effects, Big Bull also has a highly addictive aroma. In 2012, Big Bull won 2nd Place for Best Indica Seed in Treat Yourself Expo in Toronto. This strain is made by Kannabia Seed Company and is considered to be one of the easiest strains to grow. It also has a quick flowering cycle, which only takes 60 days. Big Bull is a cross between Skunk No. 1, Early Pearl, and Black Domina.

Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 80% Indica / 20% Sativa

Flowering: 7 to 9 weeks

Climate: Subtropic, semi-humid climate

Yield: High

Flavors: Nutty, woody, earthy,

THC Level: 18%

Height: Medium to tall

Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Effects of Big Bull?

Big Bull offers relaxing and arousing effects. This strain can put you in a meditative state and is great for spiritual exercises. You can also feel some slight tingling sensation after smoking this Big Bull. Many Big Bull users also claimed that they felt very hungry after smoking or consuming it. It also helps in getting you more rest.

What are the Medical Benefits of Big Bull?

Big Bull strains are given to cancer patients who are suffering from lack of appetite. The properties of this strain are known to increase your love for foods. This award-winning strain is also perfect for treating anxiety and depression. Big Bull is great for your muscles and body since it has a great relaxing effect.

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Big Bull?

Dry mouth is one of the common negative effects found in Big Bull.

Tips for Growing Big Bull

It is important that you know how to control the height of the plant. You don’t want your neighbors seeing marijuana plants in your garden. This strain is perfect for outdoor growing, but if you plan on planting them indoors, then it is advisable that you are able to provide them the right nutrients, temperature, humidity, and equal distribution of light.