Black Spice

Black Spice Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15 to 23%
15 -18 ounces per square meter
Flowering Period
60 to 65 days
Temperate and Sunny
Growing Difficulty
Lemon, sour, spicy, and sweet

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Black Spice Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain has been a mystery for some due to limited information about it. Its origin is unknown, but its lineage comes from the Silver Spice, G13 and Black Widow.

This strain has equal genes of the Sativa and Indica families like its parent Black Widow, which won multiple awards in the past globally.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Spice?

This cannabis strain has an active gene of the Sativas, its parents are mostly Indica, but its traits are Sativa leaning, which indicates that it is likely to have the qualities of its Sativa ancestor having earthy flavor as its base. Its high is cerebral due to the traits that run on its bloodline, which has high THC potency.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Spice?

Sativas are known to have therapeutic properties when it comes to treating symptoms of patients who are suffering from mood disorders, like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, and even stress. Its high is responsible for uplifting the spirit of consumers, providing a blissful mindset. It is also used for treating appetite disorders.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Spice?

Using cannabis strains at any sort provides adverse reactions that are inevitable, such as drying of eyes, cottonmouth and may also induce paranoia. These symptoms are temporary.

How to Grow Black Spice?

This strain has an average flowering period of 60 to 65 days, which indicates a Sativa flowering cycle. Sativas are known to have a tall structure that may require knowledge on trimming branches to direct valuable nutrients to a promising branch that will result in a better yield. This strain can be cultivated indoors where artificial lighting is used and also outdoors, which has a natural setting.

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