CATEGORY: Flower / Hybrid
TYPE: Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
THC CONTENT: 10% – 15%
CBD CONTENT: < 1%
EFFECTS: Cerebral, Energizing, Euphoria, Happy, Hungry, Sociable
FLAVORS: Citrus, Dank, Woody
AROMAS: Citrus, Dank, Earthy, Pungent
RECOMMENDED USE: Afternoon
MEDICAL USES: Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Mood Swings, Stress
DESCRIPTION: The best things in life can be hard to find, and Big Holy Nina by Colorado Seed Inc. is the perfect example. A rare sativa-dominant strain, it was developed by crossing S.A.G.E. and Nina Limone to produce a bud that’s great for social occasions and can act as your sidekick throughout your busy day.
With moderate THC levels that average around the 12% mark, Big Holy Nina is great for users of all experience levels. Nugs are a sight to behold, with minty green orbs that feature long hairs and a tiny dusting of trichomes. Definitely on the more savory side as far as marijuana is concerned, it smells and tastes of earthy pine with hints of citrus and wood.
The high that accompanies Big Holy Nina is a little bit unusual, as you won’t really feel it kick in right away. Rather than an instant effect, you’ll slowly realize that you’re feeling differently, as this cerebral strain buzzes throughout your mind. You’ll feel social, uplifted, and full of energy, allowing you to achieve whatever plaguing tasks are on your to-do list. Grab some snacks ahead of time, as this strain is said to induce quite a case of the munchies.
Many would note that this strain is more recreationally based, however that doesn’t mean you can’t experience medical relief from certain conditions. As it’s a significant mood booster, users who suffer from extreme amounts of stress, depression, or anxiety will feel their fears melt away after just one hit. Great for nausea control, it’s a godsend for patients who have a difficult time eating or keeping food down. A set of full body tingles are great for relaxing you but won’t have any sort of drowsy effect.
As Big Holy Nina is a rare strain, it would be a true challenge to find seeds or clones for you to cultivate at home, let alone nugs to enjoy. Some say that it’s a moderately difficult plant to grow, but as there is little to no information available to back up these claims, it’s really anyone’s guess. If you do happen to come across an opportunity to raise this beauty yourself, consult an expert grower for tips and tricks.