Salmon Creek Big Bud Marijuana Seeds Information
Originating from California, Salmon Creek Big Bud is a mostly indica strain from the powerful Big Bud lineage. A clone-only strain developed by Mystic Seeds, it produces dense, compact buds emitting a sweet and sour aroma. It can be grown indoors and outdoors, whether you are a beginner or an experienced grower.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Salmon Creek Big Bud?
The strain has a sweet and sour taste, just like its aroma. It has hints of musk, citrus, skunk, and pepper. Some users report that, like its name, it tastes like salmon eggs. A great strain to smoke at night, it provides extreme relaxation. It has sedative properties that stimulate positive thoughts inside your mind. It puts your racing thoughts in peace to enable productivity. You will be overloaded with inspiration and a happy disposition. The relaxing properties will soon weigh you down and send you off to a peaceful sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Salmon Creek Big Bud?
The sedative, relaxing, and stimulating properties of Salmon Creek Big Bud performs well for people experiencing unease, despair, tiredness, and constant worry. These properties make the strain a suitable candidate for managing anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and Bipolar Disorder. While the strain is known for inducing appetite and sleep, it is also effective in soothing nausea, headache, muscle tremors, swelling, body ache, and migraine.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Salmon Creek Big Bud
The same properties that help with recreation and medicinal purposes can be a traitor if you smoke it in excess. Milder symptoms range from dryness in the mouth, eyes, and throat. It could be one of these or a combination. More often than not, the three symptoms can manifest all at once. If this seems to be uncomfortable enough for you, increasing your intake will cause paranoia and anxiety.
How to grow Salmon Creek Big Bud?
The strain is best grown through Low Stress Training (LST) due to its bushy stature. It develops a single cola and dense calyxes, which will require staking around the fifth or sixth week of the flowering phase. Sea of Green (SOG) method is discouraged. Its aroma is potent, so odor carbon filters are recommended.