Nebula is an enormously popular strain of marijuana that will be familiar to all cannabis consumers. It is an award-winning hybrid that is sometimes referred to as Starcloud, first bred by Paradise Seeds in 1996 (Called “Starcloud” because it seems to twinkle with THC). It is a well-balanced 60% Indica dominant strain and a cross between US Haze and Master Widow. It affects the body and mind equally and people consistently report feelings of euphoria, happiness, and stimulation. The effects of Nebula seem to vary wildly person to person, as it makes some people calm and meditative and others engaged, stimulated and active. It is one of those strains that seems to affect everyone differently and has a number of side effects, including paranoia and dizziness. Nebula has won many awards, including 3rd place in the Sativa category at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1999 and 2nd place in 2005. It also took 3rd place at the Highlife Cup in 2004 in the Hydro category and 1st place at the Copa La Bella Flor Spain in 2005. For an Indica dominant strain, it does seem to have more Sativa than Indica effects, though some do report that it puts them in a meditative mindset and induces sleep. Nebula is many users favorite strain of all time. THC content is moderate, between 16-19%.
Why do Patients Use Nebula?
Nebula is one of the best strains available for those looking to alleviate depression, stress or anxiety. The most common attribute of Nebula is that it is a happy and uplifting strain of marijuana, providing an immediate boost to those who need it. It is also commonly used by creative types to induce creativity. This strain is common in many dispensaries and seems to tackle whatever ailments are bothering the patient the most, making it a much sought after medical and recreational strain. For chronic pain and eating disorders, other strains might be more appropriate, though it is often recommended and prescribed for those with sleep disorders. It is also reported to be good for those with social anxiety at social events, as it can make introverts more engaged and talkative.
Medical Uses of Nebula
Side-Effects of Nebula
Information about Nebula
60% Indica 40% Sativa
Reported to be a cross between US Haze and Master Widow.
Nebula has a rating of 8.9 on the stoned meter.
Moderate THC content between 16-19%.
Long flowering time between 9-10 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
The Nebula strain grows well both indoors and outdoors and does particularly well in a Sea of Green.
Nebula grows between 3-5 feet.
Nebula generates a high yield, above 500 grams per square meter when properly cared for.
Nebula requires moderate growing experience.
Nebula needs a moderate climate to grow well outdoors and needs lots of nutrients to generate good yields.