Black Gorilla

Black Gorilla Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
25% to 32%
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
55 to 63 Days
Temperate and Warm
Growing Difficulty
Diesel, Herbal, Berry, Sweet

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Black Gorilla Marijuana Seeds Information

One of all-time favorite strain which won 6 awards for being the best strain was used for breeding an animal. Gorilla #4 was crossed to a Bright Berry and resulted in one of the spookiest strains that have the highest THC content. It is the Black Gorilla, tamed and domesticated by the Farmhouse Genetics.

It is an Indica-dominant strain, but it also has its Sativa resemblance coming from its father. This cannabis strain is mean no novice and to the weak.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Gorilla?

This cannabis strain has a diesel-like, herbally aroma that has fruity and sweet undertone like berries. Its THC level is skyrocketing at 25% to 32%, which is not suitable for the new enthusiasts. Its high is slightly cerebral and mostly heavy on the body. It relaxes the body to a narcotic state, numbing and sedating.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Gorilla?

This strain serves multiple medicinal solutions. It is excellent in treating depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. It alleviates pain from chronic pain, muscle pain, and chronic fatigue. It also works as a pain reliever for menstrual cramps. Its sedating property is sought-after by patients who seek comfort from Insomnia and other sleeping problems.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Gorilla?

Adverse reactions are common in using cannabis strains; these effects are mostly temporary; it includes lethargy, drying of mouth or cottonmouth, headaches, and dry eyes.

How to Grow Black Gorilla?

This cannabis plant is adaptive in indoors set up and thrives outdoors. It is a heavy yielder due to its Indica genetics, skills in trimming and pruning may be necessary for optimal yield. Growers tend to use the greenhouse to protect the plant from pests and also for temperate environment setup.

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