Colombian Black Marijuana Seeds Information
Proudly bred by Breeder Choice Organisation, Colombian Black is a classic pure sativa variety. The strain was first discovered way back December 2002 in a field at Ilanos Orientales, Colombia by a Breeders Choice member named Aldous. This first seed was preserved properly and reserved for crossing, hence the hybrids that we know of now. Believed to have been brought by African slaves, Colombian Black can be grown either indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Colombian Black?
Colombian Black tastes and smells like earthy and fruity with hints of apple, anise, and licorice. A recommended daytime strain due to its pure sativa qualities, it delivers an energizing euphoric high. You may feel a bit of pressure around your eyes or temples at first, a proof of its potent effects. It stimulates the ideas in your mind while kicking away unhelpful thoughts, making you more creative, talkative and productive.
What are the medical benefits of Colombian Black?
In terms of mental conditions, its psyche soothing effects can help people with ADD, ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic stress and bipolar disorder. In terms of physical pains, Brave Unicorn can kick away muscle pain, muscle spasms, inflammation, back pain, neck pain, and arthritis. It also soothes migraines, headaches and can induce hunger for appetite loss patients, as well as a sleep for insomnia.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Colombian Black
Colombian Black has the same downsides as with other potent and promising strains. It can dehydrate the user if dosages are taken excessively. This dehydration can lead to cotton mouth, dry and irritated eyes, and a parched throat. There are even times that these are accompanied by a bit of drowsiness, migraine, and hallucinations.
How to grow Colombian Black? Some information and Tips
Colombian Black thrives well in the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. Due to its height potential, topping, pruning and trellising is required to maintain adequate light and air exposure. This can also help to avoid molds and powdered mildew. Its flowering time may be longer than most pure sativas, but you can shorten it by scheduling the light at 11/13 or 10/14 setup.