Night Nurse Cannabis Strain Review
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3 Highlights of Night Nurse Strain
- A fast-hitting bud with intense effects
- Produces a hazy stone that leaves you happy and perfectly relaxed
- Highly flavorful bud with a unique coffee flavor and a spicy exhale
Night Nurse strain is a fast-hitting weed strain with oversized and super dense nugs. This indica-dominant strain is a three-way cross between Fire OG, Harmony, and the legendary BC Hashplant strains. The strain is 80% Indica / 20% Sativa, and is well-known for its lethargic stone that leaves you happy and completely unfocused.
The Night Nurse strain has green pepper-shaped buds with tiny golden crystal trichomes and tiny orange hairs. The buds have a floral aroma with hints of coffee, earthy, and sweet kush.
THC levels in this strain range between 10 to 21% on average. Despite its high THC level, it produces rather smooth high and potent sedative effects. Its powerful effects hit fast and hard, leaving you hazily stoned and unable to focus. The indica-heavy effects produced by Night Nurse creep up on you fast inducing a deep sleepy state.
Although Night Nurse is majorly an indica hybrid, it can still produce a potent cerebral head high. Its wave of cerebral high is uplifting, energizing, and promotes a positive state of mind.
We should mention that the potent high produced by Night Nurse can be a little overwhelming, especially for novice smokers. Therefore, it is advisable not to overuse as it may completely sedate and knock you completely out.
Although Night Nurse isn’t the easiest strain to cultivate, novice growers can still cultivate this bud and make it thrive. The strain can be cultivated indoors but it thrives best when grown outdoors.
Note that Night Nurse is very vulnerable to mildew and common mold, therefore, you should take proper care of the growing pot plants, especially when cultivating in an open air space. Importantly, this hybrid can be very tall. For this reason, make sure to allocate enough room, especially when cultivating indoors.
The strain has a flowering period of 7 to 8 weeks on average. Expect up to 14 ounces when you cultivate Night Nurse indoors. When cultivated outdoors, this strain can yield about 28 ounces of high-quality flower per square meter.
Medical Uses of Night Nurse
Thanks to its sizable THC and CBD percentage, Night Nurse can manage/treat a whole range of diseases. Its ability to boost mood makes it a great remedy for conditions such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
Night Nurse is also very efficient at relieving pain. The hybrid produces potent effects that help alleviate chronic pain and muscle spasms. It can also treat migraines, headaches, and cramps.
Do you struggle with loss of appetite? Night Nurse induces a strong case of the munchies allowing the user to eat more. Just make sure to have your snacks ready before lighting up your joint.
Other medical uses of Night Nurse include treating nausea, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, and arthritis.
Possible Side Effects of Night Nurse
Expect the usual dry mouth and dry and itchy eyes side effects associated with marijuana smoking. Night Nurse may also give you bloodshot eyes. On rare occasions, this cannabis strain may induce severe dizziness and paranoia.
The good news is most of the side effects mentioned above are mild and very normal. Users can also avoid some of these effects by drinking plenty of water during and after a session. Some users claim taking a cold shower or engaging in a physical activity can help ease marijuana side effects.
We recommend watching your dosage to avoid overuse as smoking past your tolerance level may aggravate the severity of marijuana side effects.
Night Nurse is a perfect bud for both seasoned and novice marijuana smokers. This predominantly indica strain, is fast-hitting and capable of producing some pretty heavy effects. Its high starts with a hazy stone before creeping up to the rest of your body. As the high intensifies, you’ll feel more relaxed and eventually fall into a deep sleep.
Night Nurse has significant medicinal value due to its sizable THC and CBD percentage. It can treat depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. It is also the perfect strain for insomnia and loss of appetite.
Despite its significant medicinal value, like any other marijuana strain, Night Nurse can induce some undesired effects. Users can expect a dry mouth situation, dry and itchy eyes. We urge you not to smoke too much in one sitting and remember to properly hydrate to avoid these reactions.
Have you ever smoked or cultivated Night Nurse? What was your experience? Please share with us in the comments section below.