Black Widdow Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15% to 28%
Yield
350 to 450 grams per square meters (Indoors) and 300 to 400 grams per plant (Outdoors)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
63 to 70 Days
Climate
Warm and Temperate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
72 Inches
Flavors
Skunky, Nutty

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Black Widdow Marijuana Seeds Information

This controversial strain had been the headline of gossip amongst cannabis enthusiasts. Its ownership was questioned in the past, and a lot of rumors surfaced regarding its origin. But one is for sure it is a true champion for winning the 1995 High Times Cannabis Cup.

This cannabis plant has green to purple buds that are covered with super dense trichomes. This is a medium-sized plant that has Indica leaning genes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Widdow?

This plant has an earthy and skunky base flavor that has a nutty and fruity undertone. Its high has intense psychoactive effects at the beginning and will conclude with couch locking experience that lasts for hours. This strain is not recommended for novice and for smokers that have a weak heart.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Widdow?

This strain is notorious in terms of its effects, but on its mellow side, its healing abilities are unparalleled. This strain is known to provide relief to depressions, Post-traumatic stress disorders, and anxiety. Its paralyzing effects acts as a pain killer that is suitable for chronic pain, arthritis and body pains. It is also excellent in treating sleeping disorders like Insomnia.

Negative Effects you can expect from Black Widdow?

This strain has a wicked nature. It can cause a panic attack, Paranoia and dizziness. Aside from these, adverse effects like dry eyes, dry mouth and headache may also be observed.

How to Grow Black Widdow?

This strain is highly adaptable almost anywhere, due to its resilience to mold, fungi and pests. It can thrive outdoors, but rainfall has a significant effect on its yield. Farmers used greenhouses and hydroponics for this strain.

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