Black Congolese IX Marijuana Seeds Information
This weed has an earthy and sour diesel aroma. When its buds are broken, the soil-like witty liquid is seen, and its combustion will produce milky smoke with skunk aftertaste. This hybrid is a Sativa dominant strain with great medicinal potent. It is one of the few hybrids which are descendants of Willy’s wonder.
Best consumed during the day for that maximum satisfaction. With different phenotypes with sticky, thick, and resinous buds, this strain has white trichomes. It has a delightful buds coloration of mossy green, light purple, and orange. With a crystalline in shape leaves, the curing of the flowers will produce thorn in texture leaves.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Congolese IX?
After your first hit, you will experience a sharp uplifting effect, which will trigger untold happiness, making you forget your sorrows and pains. Flavours to expect from this cannabis are berry, earthy, cheese, and citrus flavours.
The sedative effects of this strain are less when in comparison with other hybrids. You will also get euphoric, relaxing, and energetic effects of this wonderful cannabis.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Congolese IX?
It is useful in the treatment and management of mood-related illnesses like depression, anxiety, bipolar, and stress.
People suffering from attention disorders, eating disorders like anorexia, movement disorders like arthritis will value this hybrid.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Black Congolese IX?
Excessive use of this weed can also cause dry-itchy eyes and high blood pressure. It will present you with the following negative effects such as headaches, fever, dizziness, restlessness, and dry mouths.
How to Grow Black Congolese IX?
Trimming is advised. The Germinating period of this marijuana is within 10 days of painting it, and its harvesting period is between 7-8 weeks. New growers of this hybrid should bear in mind it’s growing processes are difficult. This strain is best grown indoors, but in some cases, it might be grown outdoors depending on the type of soil and weather condition of the place.