It has a very high CBD profile, which makes it give a sharp, unforgettable experience. It has small, densely, and whitish buds. It has white trichomes that look like that of sugar. This strain produces smooth and gives you a dank-pine taste when smoked.
This strain has one unique characteristic of being odorless and has leaves of having sliver white appearance, and its buds give earthy smoke when ground and combusted. It has the same structure as OG while having the same medicinal potency as OG kush.
Flavor and Effects of Big Bottom
It has a sweet, nutty, blueberry, diesel, and skunk flavor, making it delightful for consumption. This powerful strain will make a start to think creatively immediately after your first exhale and will present you with effects that will motivate you to face any task given to you each day.
Just a hit, will leave you energized, uplifted, and relaxed while staying focused and active. This strain will offer you euphoric and happy effects while dealing with your mood changes and also has some sedating effects.
Medical Benefits of the Big Bottom
It has a soothing effect on the body which helps to minimize insomnia, migraine, movement disorder and bipolar. It is very effective in the management of aches, chronic pain, and anxiety. This strain is used by people who suffer from depression and mild to moderate stress.
Negative Effects of The Big Bottom
There is the development of paranoid, high fever, dry mouth, dizziness, and sleeplessness due to high THC content. This can cause the following: headache and dry, itchy eyes.
Growing The Big Bottom
The Big Bottom strain grows very fast, and its planting method is difficult. This strain does well if planted indoors because of its short stem structure requires good lighting, good (50 to 70 Fahrenheit) and fertilizer applications can be used to improve the yield of this strain.
Starting from the first to the fifth week of planting, it is advisable to water it at least twice daily and monitoring should be done to checkmate the attacks of pests. The leaves should be trimmed every week to make sure that they don’t overgrow and harvesting starts from 7 to 9 weeks.