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Fat Nelson Strain

Hybrid Willie Nelson x Gupta Kush
  • 22.0% THC
  • 0.3% CBD
  • 0.0% CBN
medicinal use Fatigue FATIGUE
medicinal use Depression DEPRESSION
medicinal use Inflammation INFLAMMATION
medicinal use Citrus CITRUS
medicinal use Earthy EARTHY
medicinal use Skunky SKUNKY
medicinal use Euphoric EUPHORIC
medicinal use Focused FOCUSED
medicinal use Relaxed RELAXED

Fat Nelson is a bright bud created by crossing Willie Nelson and Gupta Kush. It's potent by nature. This strain provides terrific cerebral effects and focus. But don't think you'll miss out on its relaxing technique. With a high THC content, many people find this strain has multiple uses beyond only consuming cannabis; its an experience both fun and lofty. Fat Nelson is Colorado-bred and, like most Kush strains, this flower has a pungent smell leaving a sour, herbal scent behind. Its flavor reminds people of fresh earth with a bitter undertone. Fat Nelson's high comes on quickly.

Overview of Fat Nelson

Many details of Fat Nelson have remained elusive. Bred at Colorado Seed Inc., Fat Nelson has a THC potency reaching 22%. This strain is a bright green thick bud covered in dark orange crystals and orange hairs. Fat Nelson is known to be a hybrid strain.

Potential Positive Effects of Fat Nelson

Fat Nelson has mainly cerebral effects. Its euphoric characteristics help with motivation providing the ability to remain focus and energized. Its indica side, however, uses relaxation effects to bring you down from the high. Body effects are minimal. It is excellent for daytime use.

Potential Negative Effects of Fat Nelson

Some adverse effects include dry eyes and mouth, headaches, anxiety, and paranoia.

The Lineage of Fat Nelson

Willie Nelson is an entertainer who didn't care that everyone knew he liked weed. Due to this relentless weed-friendliness, Willie Nelson had a strain named after him. It's a landrace hybrid with a THC content of 22% and a CBD level of 1%. This strain's flower is a pale green and is covered with trichomes, making it look almost white. It also has patches of orange hairs.

Willie Nelson can grow both indoors and outdoors with it reaching an above average height. Indoor growing takes 10 to 12 weeks yielding 18oz per square meter. If grown outdoors, Fat Nelson needs harvesting by November. It's easy to grow and will do well in hot and sunny outdoor climate. Willie Nelson is resistant to common molds and mildew.

Gupta Kush is named in honor of Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Dr. Gupta is a physician turned advocate of medical cannabis. Colorado Seed created this strain as a 50/50 hybrid with a THC average of 20%. Its buds are long with a full bottom having orange hairs and crystals of the same. Gupta Kush will have your mind in a dreamy state followed by extreme relaxation.

Growing Fat Nelson

Information not available currently.

Where to Find Fat Nelson

Fat Nelson is rare and may be found in Colorado, California, and Arizona if you are lucky.

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