Black Swan

Black Swan Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 23%
Yield
12 to 16 ounces per square meter
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
7 to 11 weeks
Climate
Warm and temperate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average
Flavors
Fruity

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Black Swan Marijuana Seeds Information

Using their second filial generation of strains from the Starfighter and their genetic knowledge Exotic Genetix was able to produce a cannabis strain that has equal parts of genes from the Sativa and Indica. They call it Black Swan.

It is the result of their passion for creating new strains that would be loved by many.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Swan?

It remains unpublished when it comes to flavor and effects of this strain. But checking its lineage, this cannabis plant should have an earthy, diesel-like and fruity flavor that its parents are known for. Its balanced archetype suggests that it has euphoric impacts and relaxing effects to consumers.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Swan?

This strain comprises of two highly medicinal genes. Its parent, which is the Blackberry Kush, is known to have anti-inflammatory properties that are suitable for treating pain, which suggests that this offspring shares the same attributes. Its other parent, who is The Flav, has cerebral effects that are suitable for treating mood disorders, which is a common trait of this plant.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Swan?

You can expect some adverse effects on Cannabis consumption. It may include Paranoia, Lethargy, dry mouth and dry eyes. These effects are temporary and quickly wore off.

How to Grow Black Swan?

This strain prefers a warm and temperate environment. It can be cultivated inside your home, and it also grows outside. It follows photoperiod, which it shares with most of the cannabis plant that does not have the auto flower capabilities. It means that for the plant to flower, it needs to be exposed in the light and dark cycle.

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