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A Sativa Dominant Hybrid

The genetics of this sativa-dominant hybrid are quite obscure, but Big Sur Holy Weed has long been rumored to be a descendant of Zacatecas Purple, an original Mexican sativa, and Mazar i Sharif, itself a combination of Afghani and Skunk strains. All these secrets and rumours make this strain a mysterious legend in the cannabis community.

The buds of Big Sur Holy Weed are big and green with bright gold hues and hairs that change from orange to red with undertones of purple and pink. It tastes like sweet licorice and spicy peppers, and it has a sweet, herbal melon aroma. These suggestions of melon hit your nose and tongue for an evenly-balanced flavour.

You can expect a delicate yet tingly high that’s long lasting and somewhat sprightly. Since it is so tepid and smooth, it is perfect for newer users. It definitely has the ability to sharpen a user’s focus and so is perfect for tackling to-do lists and chores.

Because there are no test results for its CBD content, it is not recommended for any ailments that require CBD for treatment. However, it can be an effective form of treatment for anxiety, low mood, chronic pain, and stress.

Any information concerning the growing of Big Sur Holy Weed is few and far between. What is known is that the flowering time is between eight and ten weeks with an average yield and it flourishes in both indoor and outdoor settings.

It is not a straight-forward task to come by this bud in its native state of California. But for those in search of a delicious flavour and a very smooth high, then Big Sur Holy Weed ticks all those boxes.

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