Big Holy Nina delivers an impressive head high that tapers into a soothing comedown. Because of this, many Sativa and Indica lovers turn to the strain after a stressful day or lazy one. Not to mention, its effects are quick-acting and long-lasting.
In creating the strain, the breeders at Colorado Seed Inc. used the iconic Nina Limone. A product of Super Lemon Haze and Rebel God Smoke, it has a tangy-flavored terpene profile that invigorates the senses. Balancing out its effects is S.A.G.E., an Indica strain that provided Big Holy Nina with its sturdy frame. From it, its offspring also gained its sedating buzz.
Although it has an intimidating moniker, Big Holy Nina is quite gentle and versatile. It has THC levels of 10% to 15% which makes it perfect for beginners. Seasoned users may also turn to the strain for a gentle, tranquilizing buzz.
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Information About Big Holy Nina Strain
|ORIGIN||S.A.G.E. and Nina Limone|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Talkative – 8
Creative – 5
Sleepy – 5
Euphoric – 2
|FRAGRANCE||Citrus, lime, lemon, sweet, honey, woody|
|FLAVORS||Citrus, lemon, lime, honey, woody, sweet|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Lack of appetite – 6
Depression – 4
Insomnia – 4
Pain – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||8 to 10 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Mid to late October|
|THC CONTENT %||10% to 15%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Clearing the mind of negativity is a euphoric rush. It improves the mood within minutes after the first two to three tokes. Without a doubt, it leaves users feeling upbeat and confident. Stories flow out of one’s mouth as one begins to reminisce happy memories.
For casual users, the mental clarity creates free space for thoughts to ebb and flow. It inspires creativity as it develops into fresh ideas. It leaves users feeling motivated too. Thus, it should come as no surprise that one works through tasks.
A light pressure eventually trickles down from the temples. It kneads the muscles as it begins to make its way down to the toes. Blanketing users is a tranquilizing buzz that soothes away tensions to make the body limber.
Eventually, the deep relaxation settles into the limbs. It makes the eyelids heavy before gently lulling users to a deep sleep. Because of this, users should be wary of using it during busy days in which one must be alert.
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Big Holy Nina has a pungent citric aroma. It has tangy aroma of lime and lemon with a sweet dollop of honey. It has a woody undertone that intensifies after breaking apart or combusting the buds.
Toking Big Holy Nina coats the palate in a tangy blend of various citric fruits. It introduces a blend of lemon and lime with a hint of honey. Balancing its sourness is a woody undertone that leaves a sweet aftertaste in the mouth.
A cottonmouth is one of the most common reactions to smoking cannabis. The same holds true for Big Holy Nina. It has moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids that interfere with saliva production. Accompanying it is a mild case of dry eyes, however, both are barely noticeable.
Stress relief is one of the many reasons that users turn to Big Holy Nina. It has an uplifting head high that completely improves the mood in spite of the many problems one is dealing with due to work. At the same time, it calms any overwhelming feelings of dread and anxiety.
Similarly, it may also work as an anti-depressant that manages symptoms of mental health issues like depression and PTSD. Its head high temporarily pushes back bad memories while bringing back an innate sense of happiness. However, users must always seek treatment from a mental health professional.
Its soothing buzz also works on the gastrointestinal tract. It eases it of cramps so the stomach can process food smoothly. Its subtle stimulation, on the other hand, encourages a hearty appetite. In this way, users dealing with eating disorders like anorexia may find comfort in the strain.
Having a good amount of rest helps assist a patients’ recovery. With Big Holy Nina, its deeply relaxing buzz engulfs users eventually lead to a deep, unencumbered slumber. It invigorates users throughout the night by enhancing the quality and quantity of sleep.
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Big Holy Nina is a Sativa-leaning strain, but its features are more Indica-like. It is not at all tall and lanky. In fact, it is rather stout while its branches are thick instead of thin.
One advantage of its short height is growers can easily cultivate it indoors. The controllable environments allow growers to optimize light, temperature, and humidity based on the plant’s current phase. Maximizing space is also easier, especially when using the Sea of Green method. The technique requires at least four plants placed in a single square meter. It not only encourages higher yields, but also a shorter flowering period.
This is not to say growers cannot apply the Screen of Green. Its malleable branches make it an impressive candidate. One will need to install a screen on top of the current canopy then weave the branches into the bet as it grows. In doing so, the plant will create more budding sites, effectively doubling bud production.
Growers may also move the plant outdoors. It has a sturdy frame that can withstand a variety of growing conditions. However, giving it ample sunlight is necessary. Thus, removing obstructions that bar the light is essential. Protecting it from the elements with a temporary enclosing also helps.
Big Holy Nina has a short indoor flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks. Growers can expect at least 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter once the plant is ready for harvest. .
Having a natural source of light has positive effects on a batch of Big Holy Nina. Each plant usually produces at least 16 ounces of buds. In the northern hemisphere, it blooms around the middle of October up to the last few days of the same month.
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