Black Tisa Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Average
Yield
30 to 150 grams
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
70 days
Climate
Warm and Temperate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
120 to 150 cm
Flavors
Spicy with Sweet after taste

Where To Buy Black Tisa Marijuana Seeds

Black Tisa Marijuana Seeds Information

The discovery of Ruderalis variety has led to a giant leap in cannabis breeding. This wild variety, even it is not meant for consumption, brings the magical characteristics of auto-flowering. This is why Carpathians Seeds developed their strain by crossing Ruderalis with the traditional Indica and Sativa strains.

It resulted in a tall plant that has thick buds full of resins and covered with trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Tisa?

The flavor of this cannabis plant will remind you of different spices. It also has a sweet finish as its undertone. Its effects are leaning to the Indica breed, having a full-bodied high that is relaxing and sedating. This bud is suitable for afternoon consumption.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Tisa?

Since the Indica genes influenced the effects of this strain, its medicinal effects follow the same route. Its relaxing effects are anti-inflammatory, which is excellent in treating pain, muscle spasms, fatigue, and stress. Insomniacs seek its sedating property too. It also boosts the appetite of consumers, which is suitable for anorexia or loss of appetite.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Tisa?

Consuming cannabis always has its downside, and it includes the drying of the mouth, which results in increased thirst, dry eyes, and headaches. These adverse effects may be temporary but may impose problems when the dose is not regulated.

How to Grow Black Tisa?

Despite having a long flowering period, this plant has the auto-flowering attributes. It means that you don’t have to induce flowering using the light and dark cycles. This trait makes this strain suitable for experienced and novice growers.

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