Kettle Black

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    60 days
  • Climate:
    warm climate
  • Yield:
    Average
  • Flavors:
    earthy, fruity
  • THC Content:
    Average
  • Height:
    Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

Kettle Black is a balanced indica and sativa strain created by Pistl Positive Creations. It is a potent mixture of Pink Afgooey and Purple Urkle x Black Lime. It emits a sweet and earthy aroma and can be grown indoors and outdoors.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kettle Black?

The strain is a mix of earthy notes, the sweetness of fresh citrus and lime with hints of black pepper. The clear-headed effect hits mind like your morning coffee. This will eventually transfer to the body later on. You will find yourself brimming with excitement and happiness. A long, busy day will be full of giggles and increased productivity. Afterward, the relaxation will kick in as the energetic euphoria slowly wears off.

What are the medical benefits of Kettle Black?

The strain’s body high has proven its effectivity in providing instant pain relief. This includes soothing inflammation, muscle spasms, headache, migraine, as well as arthritis. It is also recommended for people undergoing chemotherapy. It soothes any pains caused by the side effects of the treatment. It encourages appetite as well, so it is advised for people with anorexia. Most of all, its relaxing abilities are perfect for people with insomnia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kettle Black

Any strain can have its own share of drawbacks, no matter how relaxing it is. It is still up to the smoker’s intake control. The most common negative effects from Kettle Black are dryness in the eyes, mouth, and in throat. Drinking some water resolves this right away. More grave side effects include being paranoid, anxious, and experiencing headaches and nausea.

How to grow Kettle Black?

The best growing medium for Kettle Black is through the Sea of Green (SOG). It thrives well in an area with a low humidity level. Fifty percent humidity during the flowering stage to drop at 40 percent in the last two weeks is advised. You may include Low Stress Training (LST) as it can greatly help in increasing airflow. Watering should not be overdone.

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