BC Black Velvet

BC Black Velvet Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Growing Difficulty
Citrus, Fruity, Pine, Sweet

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BC Black Velvet Marijuana Seeds Information

BC Black Velvet is a hybrid cannabis strain that came from the crossbreed of black-purple Indica combined with the citrus-scented Burmese. Before thinking of smoking this strain, make sure to take it easy because this can be extreme, especially for those with low tolerance. It is highly suggested for evening consumption.

What are the Flavor and Effects of BC Black Velvet?

BC Black Velvet has citrus, fruity, pine, and sweet flavors that can give stimulating effects and uplifting your mind and body. It boosts the moods and creativity of the users and finishes off calmly leaving you in a state of pleasant relaxation. The effects could be sturdy and long-lasting, with its THC level that increases up to 20%.

What are the medical benefits of BC Black Velvet?

People tend to look for this cannabis train as a treatment for various medical conditions such as depression. Some conditions can be helped by BC Black Velvet in reducing stress, chronic pain, and migraines.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from BC Black Velvet?

There are reported cases that people experience dryness of the mouth and eyes when consuming the strain. Others have also experienced trouble sleeping and feeling nauseous. These particular effects are relatively common and experienced by any person using cannabis.

How to Grow BC Black Velvet?

If you are a fan of the effects and benefits that BC Black Velvet gives you, then do not hesitate to try to cultivate it. This strain may only yield low, and it takes much love for it be a choice for cultivation. Good thing they are not picky in growing environments and can sustain either indoor or outdoor.

Aside from that, you will wait for a period of 9 to 10 weeks before the flowering cycle happens. Along the way, it might need a little bit of your attention, but do not worry because the strain is easy to manage and would not take over your whole growing area.

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