Nova Marijuana Seeds Information
The Canadian version of Pennywise, Nova is a combination of Jack the Ripper and Harlequin. Produced by Canadian LP Tweed, the buds have medium-sized airy bright neon green nugs with rich brown hairs and stunning blue crystal chunky trichomes and sweet sticky resin. It produces a fragrance of fresh peppery coffee with a hint of lemon bubblegum as the nugs are broken.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Nova?
Nova is a savory concoction of delightful berries on the inhale. Accented by hints of sweet lemon, a cool but spicy pine aftertaste is revealed on the exhale.
Its potent cerebral high brings an uplifted energized, clear-headed and focused effect. It gives you a sense of complete well-being and utter ease. A creeping body onset starts before leaving you completely relaxed and numb in both mind and body. Not sedative, it is perfect for daytime use.
What are the Medical Benefits of Nova?
Indica leaning, Nova makes you pain-free and free from all muscle tension in the body. It has similar effects to that of an analgesic, anti-depressant, and relaxant. It can benefit patients who have arthritis, chronic pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, PTSD, and tremors.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Nova.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Nova is reported to have its users experience cotton and eyes when using it. As a remedy, downing on a few glasses of water than your usual intake will reduce the effects. For the eyes, you can keep an artificial tear drop handy.
Rarely, greening out may also occur. This is characterized by anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia. Overconsumption is to blame. To prevent this, remember to take responsibly.
How to Grow Nova?
Nova survives both an indoor or outdoor environment. Sad to say, seeds of this strain are not available for sale online. Aspirant home growers should get clippings from a trusted source to grow identical clones. It prefers warm outdoors. It grows tall like a Sativa but is sturdy like an Indica. It is best practice to trim and cut early on to promote lateral branching.