Rumor has it, the Big Sur Holy was grown only around the Sierra Madres by a guy who abandoned his life and lived like a monk, His son found him years later, and brought it to civilization. and its fairly rare since only a few people have the zatecatecas (sp?) purple mom, good luck ever finding or smoking this unless you're the biggest stoner on the planet, the reddish purplish phenotype has a euphoric psychedelic effect, and a flowery aroma to the nose. this one tests 17.8 THC with a lot of THCV as well, about 1% a lot of them are the green phenotype, which is good, too.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid -70% Sativa / 30% IndicaThe genetics of this sativa-dominant hybrid (70:30 sativa/indica ratio) are obscure, but Big Sur Holy Weed is rumored to be a descendant of Zacatecas Purple, an original Mexican sativa, and Mazar i Sharif, itself a combination of Afghani and Skunk strains. THC test results are hard to come by for this medical strain, but its modest popularity and limited availability suggest it's moderately potent at best. That makes it a good choice for part-time smokers and newcomers. It can be an effective form of treatment for anxiety, low mood, chronic pain, and stress. But because there is little public data on CBD levels in Big Sur Holy Weed, it's not a good choice for patients with seizures or other conditions that require CBD. The rainbow bud of this strain has gold-tinted leaves and orange, red, and yellow hairs. It tastes like sweet licorice and spicy peppers, and it has a sweet, herbal melon aroma. There are few reports of side effects, but cottonmouth and dry eyes are safe bets. Despite its name, Big Sur Holy Wood sells better in Oregon than in California. But it doesn't sell terribly well anywhere.
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Incredible effective for euphoria and climbing out of depression. Enlightening, deeply beautiful, absolutely earns the name holy weed. My go to for 2+ months, only issue is availability.
It came out very good I really like the smokeI rated four stars