Sweet Nina is a tasty lady of epic proportions. This strain by Colorado Seed inc. is a cross of Hindu Kush x Nina Limone offering a bright citrus flavour and aroma. Sweet Nina hits you a few minutes after consumption, with a subtle relaxing vibe and supercharged full-body effects. Let your mind soars as your body melts, ideal for relief from nausea or stress.
Sweet Nina is equal parts indica and sativa, making it a true 50/50 hybrid. Because of its popular parents, this hybrid has a balance of sedative and uplifting qualities. Definitely a perfect combo. This strain typically has a THC content of around 20% and is a fairly potent hybrid although batches with lower THC levels can be found. Regardless of variations in potency, smokers can expect a reliable head and body high.
Sweet Nina’s buds are dark green with sticky orange and amber pictures. When consuming Nina, you’ll be greeted by scents of citrus and the earth. This strain has base aromas of tobacco, skunk, and diesel but is sweetened with citrus and floral notes. Sweet Nina’s flavours are similar and taste just as delicious as she smells. While not as sugary-sweet as some hybrids on the market, these classic flavours may make leave you feeling nostalgic. There is something special about Sweet Nina’s simple, smokey taste.
Suitable for day or nighttime use, Sweet Nina is fairly fast-acting. Wherever you are, prepare to reach the height of your high within a few minutes. Lucky for you, Sweet Nina’s high is strong enough to last and has all the best benefits of sativa and indica strains. The euphoric state will begin in your head before spreading warmly throughout your body. Sweet Nina is a cheerful lady after all and will help to elevate your mood without over-stimulating the mind. You’ll soon feel a physical release as relaxation rolls through your body. This state of relaxation is peaceful but not overly sedating, making it a great natural medicine.
Sweet Nina strain provides a great high but is also wonderful at treating medical conditions that have you seeking relief. Mentally, this strain is effective at inspiring joy and stress-relief due to its sativa component. Smokers can expect heightened moods and a break from any depressive or stress-related thoughts and symptoms. Physically, Sweet Nina is wonderful at treating inflammation and nausea. Inflammatory conditions, as well as general injuries and aches, will be relieved by the strain’s ability to relax the body and mind. If you’re impacted by nausea you’ll also love this strain for its ability to calm dizziness, discomfort and upset stomachs. Depending on your situation, you may also find that Sweet Nina is a reliable addition to your routine. Especially if you’re on any existing medications that may cause nausea as a side-effect.
Overall, Sweet Nina hits the sweet spot in terms of providing relief without impacting your productivity and ability to function. This strain has the potential to help a variety of patients – whether it be to improve mood or physical well-being. Sweet Nina may just be the woman of our dreams!
March 25, 2020 10:24 am
My gf loves this strain but I certainly am not. I tried to use some to get rid of my stress, and it sort of worked, but the chills and dry mouth were big deal breakers. I smoked this and my mouth went super dry. Like I had cotton mouth or something. The dry mouth was so bad that my gag reflex would constantly kick in, and I wouldn't be able to throw up even if I tried! It was like my stomach muscles were just too relaxed to do anything like vomit. As for the chills, I would be sitting there nice and calmly, trying to not swallow my own tongue, and all of a sudden it would be like a ghost walked through me. Not just a cold feeling either, like I've shiver uncontrollably. I covered myself with 3 blankes and it helped a little bit. If you're going to use this strain be ready for a bunch of not so nice side effects.
March 17, 2020 9:10 pm
Hey dudes, so I tried this strain to get rid of the nausea I've been feeling for the last while, and I absolutely must say that it really worked. To start off, the weed was excellent. The high was invigorating and fierce, and I was super alert the entire time. I also noticed that my body started to get really warm, but not in a bad way. More of like a relaxed and soothing way without some sort of sedation. Tasted pretty good too. Citrus and Earth. Come on man, you know you want to try this stuff. Imagine having a great high AND reducing whatever sickness you're going through. Heard it helps with the common cold too! I mean everyone around where I live says weed can cure anything, so perhaps I'm biased or something. Regardless, you should try this and think for yourself. I really liked it, and I think you'll enjoy it too! What are waiting for?! Go light up dude, get your smoke on.
March 8, 2020 6:40 pm
Sweet Nina was a pretty good stress reliever when I first tried it, and it got me really concentrated and motivated too. Usually I'm not a big fan of the weed, but eating edibles is usually fine for me. I tried Sweet Nina in edible form and by smoking it, just to clarify, and both worked for me just fine. I was motivated, energized, and super social for an hour or two. The following hour was just pure relaxation and bliss. Didn't know I could get THAT relaxed. Wasn't a big fan of the taste, but it was alright. Citrus and Earth. In my opinion it tasted like one of those tea things your supposed to drink when you're sick, but my boyfriend really liked the taste apparently. I guess it's up to the individual like most other things. One thing to note is that the edibles were much stronger than the smoke, but it was worth it because I didn't get dry mouth like when I smoked it. Just a few things to think about. Thanks!
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