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Heavy Bud

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Created by Advanced Seeds, it comes from a top-secret line of strains. It gives off a delicately fruity and sweet scent. Its dense buds are light and dark green hues surrounded by tangerine pistils and dusted by beautiful white trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of Heavy Bud

Heavy Bud is a flavorful blend of citrus, sweet, and fruits. Its cerebral kick ills your mind with euphoria and happiness. Its body high is a tingling sensation that puts you in a couch lock, makes you hungry and leads you off to slumber. It is ideally used in the night when you just want to relax and sleep.

Medical Benefits of Heavy Bud

Heavy Bud is medical marijuana proven to be beneficial to those who experience pain, stress, depression, spasms, eye pressure, nausea, insomnia, and loss of appetite. It is a remedial analgesic, anti-depressant, appetite booster, and muscle relaxant.

Negative Effects of Heavy Bud.

Regardless of the strain, marijuana causes dehydration. A parched mouth and dry eyes will cause some inconvenience.  Drinking lots of fluids will diminish the mentioned negative reactions. A good eye moisturizer drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated, red eyes. You may experience greening out with Heavy Bud. Dizziness, along with anxiety, may happen in rare cases. Don’t worry, this is temporary and disappears after some time. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a beginner to cannabis.

Growing Heavy Bud

Heavy Bud is a fairly easy plant to cultivate. It survives both indoors and outdoors. It prefers a Mediterranean climate. It grows short and bushy with strong lateral branching patterns. Pruning is recommended to have better air and light circulation. You may also want to apply for support on the thick stems to avoid drooping due to the weight of the flowers. Overall, Heavy Bud is a good start for first-time growers because of its resiliency to the wind, changes in temperature, and mildew.