Black Light

Black Light Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16%
Yield
400 to 500 per square meter 
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 weeks 
Climate
Outdoor and indoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average 
Flavors
Licorice, hash, spice, 

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Black Light Marijuana Seeds Information

Breeders have been improving strain for a decade just to come weeds with traits like no other be it in potency or yield. Northern Lights has been one of the strains used for improvement every now and then. While this might be a bit difficult task to do, some breeders still successfully made new strains from this lineage. As phenos of Northern lights were crossed with Afghani landrace, the result was quite good. 

Black Light offers monstrous buds which many cannabis growers were surprised about. This bushy weed gives you an intense aroma surprising you in every hit. 

What are the Flavors and Effects of Black Light?  

This weed offers the licorice sweetness with punches of spice and hash. As you smoke Black Light, you’ll notice the juniper aftertaste. Its effect is non-narcotic yet you should be prepared for some explosion feeling. These effects usually last giving you a relaxed feeling after. There were users recorded the long-lasting effect of Black Light for about 45 minutes. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Light? 

This lad is recommended for people suffering from chronic pain. It is also suitable for treating asthma and cancer patients having their chemotherapy sessions. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Black Light? 

Black Light’s adverse effects include dry eyes and mouth. Consumers must have a pitcher of water with them while using to prevent a dehydrated feeling. 

How to Grow Black Light?  Some information and Tips

This strain is not burdensome to grow. It thrives in either indoor or outdoor environments and does great in Sea of Green method too. Just give your weed plants the basics in Marijuana growing and it will give you higher yields during harvest season.  

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