Nebula, sometimes called Starcloud, is an award winning hybrid strain known for its strong effects, delivered with a sweet honey flavor. Paradise Seeds first designed Nebula in 1996, and it is reportedly a cross between a US Haze and Master Widow.
This strain is capable of affecting both body and mind. The most consistently reported effects are an intensely energizing psychedelic state and a state of euphoric happiness.
Some users feel creative and focused, while others find Nebula meditative and thought-provoking. Its milder Indica effects may stimulate appetite, calm the body, and cause inexperienced users to feel tired or lazy. While the positive effects of this strain can be stellar, negative effects are still present and may include cotton mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety.
For most, this strain can be used any time of day though because of its psychedelic and euphoric effects, it is more appropriate for times when work need not be done. Nebula's cerebral effects make it ideal for relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. It may be prescribed for mild to moderate aches and pains as well as nausea and eating disorders.
The strain grows well both indoors and out and does particularly well in a Sea of Green. Nebula requires at least nine weeks to finish flowering and can produce up to 500 grams when grown properly. To grow well outdoors, the strain needs a temperate climate.
This strain is my go-to every morning. I have PTSD, major intractable depression and severe chronic pain and Nebula helps me rise above it to a place where there is no stress, no sadness, no pain.
this flower left a smoking crater on my mind back in 89 thank you grateful dead and 412DNB. now the concentrate is just as devastaing. cant go wrong when you want to exploire the nebula of possibilities that may come to mind after you medicate or recreate. A++ would buy again.
It’s awesome, smells like chocolate, tastes like chocolate and is a fun and giggly, mellow high. Nebula helped with anxiety a lot and took the edge of pain, hope it stays around Tucson.
Have recently obtained a batch of beautiful stinky Nebula I will test the product and post my thoughts.