Big Sur Holy Bud Strain Review

Cannabis experts believe that Big Sur Holy Bud is a descendant of Zacatecas Purple, which is a popular strain in California. There are also those who believe that this strain comes from Afghani Skunk Roots. Created by Bodhi Seeds, the breeders are not sharing information about its specs. This is one of the most delicious yet mysterious cannabis strain available today. Big Sur Holy Bud is considered to be a rare strain that has a well-balanced flavor and long-lasting effects.

Type: Sativa-Dominant Hybrid, 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

Flowering: 7 to 9 weeks

Climate: Warm

Yield: Medium

Flavors: Spicy, pine, sweet, citrus, sweet licorice

THC Level: 22% to 26%

Height: Medium to tall

Growing Difficulty: Moderate (some experience needed)

What are the Effects of Big Sur Holy Bud?

Big Sur Holy Bud is great for people who want to have a positive mood. This strain can also make you feel more energetic. Artists are also using it in order to boost creativity and come up with great concepts and ideas. Big Sur Holy Bud is known for improving one’s focus. It can also make the user feel more relaxed and at the same time energetic. Big Sur Holy Bud induces a clear-headed high.

What are the Medical Benefits of Big Sur Holy Bud?

Big Sur Holy Bud offers numerous health and therapeutic benefits. This strain is perfectly useful to people who are suffering from epilepsy or those who are prone to seizures. Recent studies also suggest that Big Sur Holy Bud is great for helping people combat PTSD and depression. Big Sur Holy Bud is can also effectively alleviate pain.

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Big Sur Holy Bud?

Negative effects of Big Sur Holy Bud include dryness of eyes and mouth.

Tips for Growing Big Sur Holy Bud

Big Sur Holy Bud can be grown indoors or outdoors. If you are novice marijuana or cannabis gardener, then we do not recommend you to cultivate Big Sur Holy Bud. This is because Big Sur Holy Bud requires a lot of care and maintenance. Be sure that you seek advice from the experts first before you start cultivating Big Sur Holy Bud