Big Freeze feminized seeds
Big Freeze from Big Head Seeds is a re-worked, teeth-meltingly delicious Sweet Tooth that they discovered in British Columbia. It expressed such huge, sugary crystal production that they worked on breeding it with the frostiest White Widow imaginable, their White Knuckle SC.
- Big Head Seeds (Great Britain)
- Brutally powerful and cerebrally uplifting
- Sweet Tooth x White Knuckle Sc x BigHead#1
- 500 - 600 g/plant outdoors
- 42 - 56 days
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- 15 - 20 %
Big Head Big Freeze Feminised Seeds Info
This was finally bred with BigHead #1, resulting in creating a plant that produces enormous, dramatically dense, BigHead buds which look frozen with the abundant mass of glittering crystals that weigh the entire plant down.
Big Freeze reminds Big Head Seeds of a tall, snow covered Canadian pine when ready, with a classic Christmas tree shape and growing a dense, central kola that seems to get harder and harder towards cropping time.
The smell and taste of Big Freeze is earthy with sweet vanilla and even subtle banana. The effects are brutally powerful and cerebrally uplifting, promoting a feeling of deep purity and positivity.
Big Freeze is a great strain for the SOG method, providing a glacial ocean of connoisseur grade buds for all those who are serious about big yields and fanatical about frost.
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