Bella Donna

Bella Donna

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14 - 26%
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Strain Information

Bella Donna roughly translates to “beautiful lady”. It is a sativa dominant strain which flowers in just 63 days. True to its name, the plant itself is like a beautiful lady that you want to stare dreamily at. It produces cute flowers clustered together tightly. The mix of dark and light green leaves curl inward with brown or red pistils. It also looks snowy with its frosty white trichomes. 

This potent strain delivers energetic and relaxing effects from its Nebula and Delahaze parents.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bella Donna?

Bella Donna tastes just like how it smells. It is fruity with an appropriate amount of pungency, balancing the berry and peach notes. If the nugs are ground well, it even gives a distinct note of cheese. The smoke is smooth and pleasing to the lungs. The effect occurs in the snap of a finger. It will penetrate your head, awakening your focus and creative juices. The indica genes will also relax you, but not to the point of couch lock. Your uplifted spirit results in more productivity, thus, helping you conquer the day.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bella Donna?

Due to its delectable sativa and indica mix, Bella Donna is used as a medicinal herb by many patients. Since it increases focus, it can be smoked by people with Attention Deficit Disorder. Its relaxing quality is also perfect for depression and anxiety patients. It can also soothe many types of pain, such as muscle pain, headache, back pain, and even for conditions such as lupus and fibromyalgia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bella Donna

Because Bella Dona targets the cerebral aspect, it is not recommended for people experiencing paranoia. It can make them more jittery, and they might even experience hallucinations. A heavy dosage can couch lock instead of energy.

How to Grow Bella Donna? Some information and Tips

While Bella Donna has a high resistance to molds and fungi, it still requires a controlled feeding of nutrients, temperature, and water. It loves a warm environment with an adequate amount of sunshine. Regarding the growing method, it fits a Sea of Green setup.