CBD Black Widow

CBD + Black Widow Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
400g/m² indoors, 300g to 500g/m² outdoors
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
55 to 60 days
dry, indoors or outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Woody, Spicy, Fruity

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CBD + Black Widow Marijuana Seeds Information

CBD + Black Widow is an indica dominant strain produced by Positronics seeders/breeders. It is the result of the combination of its parent strains Quimiotipo CBD and Black Widow. It does not grow tall, but is a fast flowering plant, with thick branches and broad leaves.

This strain offers the classic flavors of woody, spicy and fruity flavors. When consumed, it lets you smell its very sweet honey aroma then hits you with a mild cerebral effect, leaving you calm and relaxed. It also offers medical benefits such as an analgesic. Perfect for evening and night time usage.

What are the Flavor and Effects of CBD + Black Widow?

CBD + Black Widow offers the tasty classics woody, spicy, and fruity flavors. When consumed, it leaves you euphorically high, relaxing, and calming feeling is sent throughout your body.

What are the medical benefits of CBD + Black Widow?

CBD + Black Widow helps as a treatment for a lot of kinds of pain. It can also help with anxiety, depression, and certain types of stress.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from CBD + Black Widow

CBD + Black Widow has no known adverse effects recorded. But do note that when taking cannabis, it could hinder your usual activities, so it is recommended to smoke only when you have free time and are trying to relax.

How to Grow CBD + Black Widow? Some information and Tips

CBD + Black Widow should be cultivated either indoors, outdoors, or in greenhouses. Safety from molds, pests, and other wild animals is advised. Also, proper LED lighting and fertilizer for its growth to be of high quality and perfect yields. If you desire height and volume, you may trim its branches and prune its leaves.

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