BC Big Bud Strain
Bc Big Bud Strain. Amsterdam does not have a monopoly on a strain that can produce massive yields.
As it turns out, British Columbia also has its version. Some say it is a cousin and that may very well be true.
At any rate, BC Big Bud brings its traits to the table and one that pleases both recreational and medical users.
The original Big Bud was first bred in the United States. At the height of the war on drugs, it found its way to Amsterdam. In a sense, that was fortunate because it ensured its continued survival.
Big Bud is an Indica dominant strain. By crossing it with an unnamed Sativa, the offspring named BC Big Bud inherited the Sativa side. In a sense, both strains are related, but they are also not the same. Where the former induces a profoundly relaxing experience, the new one takes users on a cerebral journey.
BC Big Bud is not only popular with the users. It is also especially popular with commercial growers. Besides the massive yield, it matures earlier than many others with comparable production.
Bc Big Bud Strain Effects
BC Big Bud is colossal not only in size and its yield. It is also a heavy-hitting strain.
On THC content, it does not stand out among the many new hybrids in the market. But it is the speed at which it kicks in that adds to the rush.
Most people using it initially feel an uplifting sensation surging in. It then induces a clear-headed euphoric cerebral high that leaves users feeling happy. As its effects continue to intensify, it becomes invigorating and energizing. Most people feel highly motivated to do what they need to do.
Meanwhile, the smaller Indica side of BC Big Bud complements the mental effects by putting users at ease. It also acts as some stabilizer to ensure that the cerebral high do not go out of control.
BC Big Bud Flowering time
As its name suggests, BC Big Bud plants produce colossal harvests after its 8 to 9 week flowering period that have both growers and consumers swooning. bc big bud review
The most apparent aroma of BC Big Bud’s flowers is the musky, pungent scent of skunk. Lurking underneath is a more dank, earthy odor, reminiscent of damp soil. Grinding up these large nuggets gives off a rich, spicy scent, possibly passed on from Afghani. When burnt, BC Big Bud gives off a smoke that can be harsh and acrid, stinging the palate and making eyes water. Nevertheless, this smoke carries a pleasantly sweet and piney taste on the exhaled.bc big bud yiel.