Black Cherries

Ratings
5/5
  • Type
    Indica Dominant
  • Flowering Period
    7 - 9 weeks
  • Climate
    Warm and slightly arid environment
  • Yield
    500-550gram/m2
  • Flavors
    Vanilla, citrus, and berry 
  • THC Content
    16 %
  • Height
    100-130 centimeter
  • Growing Difficulty
    Difficult

Strain Information

The Black Cherries strain has different variations of phenotypes, which are heavily branched specimen, and its buds have hues of green, yellow with candy-like red hairs underneath its leaf. It is an indica strain with Afghani genetics, winning the 2014 High Times cannabis cup Amsterdam, category “Black Cherries strain” 

The combustion of this strain produces a soil-like smoke with a creamy aftertaste. and it has a berry and skunk aroma. When properly cured, its leaves are curled. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Black Cherries?

This hybrid strain has a euphoric effect, which helps to stimulate the brain presenting you with deep relaxation while helping to enhance focus and concentration.

It has a vanilla, citrus, and berry flavors, which makes it perfect for maximum consumption and satisfaction. This strain will leave you with energized, uplifted and happy effects. 

What are the Medical Benefits of the Black Cherries?

People suffering from vomiting, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, loss of appetite and inflammation will find this strain very helpful. 

It is helpful in the management of the following; Auto-immune diseases, loss of memory, and Anorexia. This strain is known to be very effective in the treatment of chronic pain, insomnia, nausea, depression, mild to severe stress, and movement disorders.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Black Cherries

Another side effect caused by the intake of this strain fever, mild to severe paralysis and dizziness. It can cause the following: headache, dry, itchy eyes, dry mouth, sleeplessness, paranoia, and headache.

How to Grow the Black Cherries? 

The Black Cherries strain can be planted indoors, but it can also be grown outdoors depending on the type of soil and weather condition. Fertilizer application can also be used to achieve the maximum yield of this strain. 

Harvesting starts from 7 to 9 weeks after planting and mulching is used to prevent direct ultra-violet rays. It grows very fast, and this strain requires good lighting and average humidity for optimal growth. Adequate attention should be given to checkmate the attacks of pests. After growing this strain, watering should be done at least daily after the first week of planting until the fourth week to keep the soil moisturized.

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