Big Bud is most frequently used medicinally to treat common illnesses, such as lack of appetite, sleeplessness, anxiety, or stress.
The Big Bud weed was one of the first strains available as commercial seeds; it is a medium-sized plant with large leaves and big buds, and it was developed for maximum yields. The plant may need some branch support to prevent tipping over from its own weight. The best way to grow Big Bud is hydroponically or indoors, but with a little luck and the correct warm temperature, you might be able to make it work outside as well.
resulting in a stone with strong physical effects that are enlivened by Skunk’s Sativa relatives’ uplifting high. Despite the strength of growth, it is simple to forecast and manage height gain. If bloomed as seedlings, finished plants can be kept around 30 cm, whereas enormous plants can be easily created with a longer vegetative period.
When kept small, feminized Big Bud is a natural SOG strain; but, when grown to medium or large sizes, it makes an excellent candidate for topping due to its low levels of lateral branching and high concentration of output on the main stem. The key characteristic of feminized Big Bud is tremendous production, much like the regular form.
Flower clusters on both small and large plants are enormous, dazzling, and amazingly solid!
Characteristics of Big Bud
|Variety||85% Sativa 15% Indica|
|Strain Genetics||Afghani, Northern Lights, Skunk No. 1.|
|Flowering Time||10 weeks from the seed|
|Where to Grow||Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor|
|Effect||physically relaxing, social, long-lasting cerebral high|
|Taste||sweet and spicy with a Skunk background|
|THC Content||15% to 18%|
|Difficulty||Easy to grow|
|400 – 500 g/m²
700 g / plant