Nuken Marijuana Seeds Information
Nuken is a Canadian strain and an offspring of Kish (a cross of two Shishkaberry parents) and God Bud strain. Famous throughout the Pacific Northwest and in the states of Oregon and Washington, it exudes a sweet marshmallow-like scent with a hint of sharp skunk. The resinous buds have large dense and furry light green nugs with dark olive green leaves encircled by sparse bright tangerine hair and a fine layer of translucent crystal trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Nuken?
Nuken has an enticing flavor of a freshly baked marshmallow pie with some interesting notes of pine and a skunk upon exhale.
Its long-lasting cerebral high brings induces a relaxing buzz in your body. At the same time, you will be happy and euphoric. Numb and sleepy, you will still be productive but distant and spacey. It is daytime cannabis in small doses and can be used in the night in larger doses for a blissful sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Nuken?
Nuken is a marijuana strain that has healing properties good for sufferers of ADD/ADHD, anxiety, arthritis, chronic pain, depression, fibromyalgia, gastrointestinal disorder, insomnia, muscle spasms, and stress. It is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and muscle relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Nuken.
You may experience greening out with Nuken. Complaints of headaches or dizziness accompanied by anxiety are anticipated. Not to worry, the feeling disappears after some time. This is normal for novice users that have a low tolerance to the hash. To avoid this, go slow with the doses and toke in moderation.
Moreover, tokers usually complain of dryness of mouth and eyes when using this strain. It is best to drink a lot of water before and during your session to reduce the effects. Buying an artificial tear drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated eyes.
How to Grow Nuken?
Nuken flourishes in the sub-tropics. Growers can choose to grow Nuken indoors or outdoors. It is short and sturdy. It has thick foliage that requires constant trimming and pruning. Indoors, you can go for soil or water as your medium. Paired with the Screen of Green technique, you can expect an increase in yields.