All About Willie Nelson Weed Strain
Willie Nelson is a Sativa-dominant strain of cannabis that people love to use when they need to do some creative work. The Willie Nelson strain won the High Times Cannabis Cup back in 2005, a testament to its quality. It has THC content that starts from 16% and can go up to over 20%. Its CBG content can go as high as 2.05% too. With a 16% THC content, it is suitable for consumption by beginners but be vary of products with higher values. Willie Nelson has a sour and slightly fruity taste. It has Terpinolene and Pinene, among others, as the terpenes that produce such a flavor.
Main Effects, Medical Uses, and Side Effects
The most prominent effect caused by consuming some Willie Nelson oil, wax, or buds is the feeling of positivity and upliftment. It makes users happy and very energetic. Users also often feel very creative after smoking these buds and can get a lot of work done.
Because of its uplifting characteristics, this cannabis is also used to treat medical issues such as stress, depression, and anxiety. It is also found to be helpful for dealing with pain and fatigue.
Like other Sativa-dominant marijuana strains, this one can also lead to dryness of mouth, paranoia, and headaches.
Main Taste and Aroma
The dominant aroma emanating from Willie Nelson weed is that of sourness. You will also smell some grassy and woody notes. The taste is similar to the aroma, with sourness being the main flavor along with some fruity notes. Inhaling its smoke provides the taste of pine.
These characteristics are achieved because of the following terpenes:
Information for Growers
Willie Nelson can be grown both indoors and outdoors; however, indoor growing is suggested for a better yield. When the seeds are sown indoors, the resulting plant can be quite tall and requires a lot of space. However, it comes with the benefit of a good yield. The flowering time of the plant is between 70 and 84 days so it requires some patience and care.