Black Valley Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Medium
Yield
500 grams per square meter (Indoors) 500 grams per plant (Outdoors)
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
56 to 70 Days
Climate
Temperate and Warm
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
250 centimeters
Flavors
Vanilla, Candy

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Black Valley Marijuana Seeds Information

Ripper Seeds has maximized their genetic engineering using the stable genes of two Indica strains known as the Double Glock and the Kush. They were able to fuse these buds that resulted in the Black Valley.

This cannabis strain is known to have hairy dark green nuggets that are dense and large. It stands like an average Indica at 250 centimeters and is covered with small white hairs.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Valley?

The flavor of this strain resembles a deep vanilla tone that is sweet and appealing. Its high is characterized by a full-bodied, couch locking and relaxing effects. This strain is ideal for deep relaxation around a campfire.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Valley?

This cannabis plant is a sought-after strain because of its therapeutic effects. This strain has strong sedating prowess, which eases the body of patients who has Insomnia or other sleeping problems. This strain is also an anti-depressant due to its relaxing and soothing effects. Muscle pain, chronic pain, and fatigue can easily be treated using the healing power of this strain.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Valley?

Adverse effects after consuming cannabis strains include dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness. These effects are temporary and wear off after a while.

How to Grow Black Valley?

This cannabis plant grows at a super-fast rate. Its vegetative phase is complete after two weeks. This means that the remaining 6 to 8 weeks will be for photoperiod, the stage where flowering is induced by exposing the plant to light and darkness, in a specific period of time. This may be a tedious task for beginners.

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