Another blend from PEV Seeds Bank, Piensa en Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto is a mixture of Northern Lights, Big Bud Auto, and a mystery ruderalis strain. It has 65% indica, 20% sativa, and 15% auto-flowering components. This hybrid blend will surprise you with its large compact buds with copious resin crystals production. It gives of a sweet and acidic aroma, and it can be grown indoors and outdoors.
If you are a fan of strains with acidic touches, you will surely include of Piensa en Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto in your list of favorite strains. It has a sweet, but also citric and acidic flavor, which will surely tickle your buds and lungs. It presents a balanced indica and sativa high, which will uplift your soul. It will boost your confidence, and it will be evident as you turn conversational. You will also find yourself equipped with the motivation to finish your tasks. Your body will be ridden of any pain as well.
The elated high is also good in managing depression and anxiety. Because it can control the mood, thoughts, and raging emotions, it can boost self-esteem. Tiredness and edginess are taken away, so the uplifting process will not be interrupted. This makes it great for Bipolar Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As it can induce creativity, it is prescribed for people with attention deficit disorders. With a high THC level and a CBD level of up to 2%, the strain can also be used to cure headaches, migraine, drowsiness, nausea, muscle tremors, arthritis, back pain, inflammation, neck pain, insomnia, and loss of appetite.
Given its high THC and CBD, it is no surprise that Piensa en Northern Lights x Big Bud Auto can cause a variety of negative effects. You will only get to experience the most common downsides if you take it carefully. Milder symptoms include dryness in the mouth, eyes, and throat. Excessive takes can cause anxiety and paranoia.
The Sea of Green (SOG) method is suitable for growing the strain. It should be grown under a reasonable amount of lights. As with its parents, it thrives well with proper ventilation. The cultivation is also best performed with Low Stress Training (LST).