Black Chery Russian

Black Chery Russian

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17.5 %
Yield
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
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Strain Information

It has different arrays of phenotypes, which are heavily branched conic specimens. The Black Chery Russian strain was originally from Northern California, and its hybrid origin is traced to OG Kush.

It has an aroma of pine and lemon with scintillating diesel aftertaste. It has nugs that are covered in light pink hairs with orange trichomes. Its buds are chunky, dense, and thick. It has a curly leaf, and the leaves of this strain have hues of green with a yellow undertone. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Chery Russian?

An inch of this stain will keep you focused, concentrated and creative while helping you to stay in charge of your surroundings. The effects of this strain are apparent within 5 minutes of consuming it. 

As a workaholic, this strain will leave you energized for the rest of the day. However, this strain will make you feel relaxed like never before, but increased use of this strain might make you lose control of vice verse. This strain has a citrus, sweet, berry, skunk, and fruity flavour that makes it delightful to cannabis fans. It has a soothing and calming taste of citrus

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Chery Russian?

This strain is also very useful for patients with attention deficit disorders, vomiting, nausea, insomnia, and migraine. 

Black Chery Russian is very effective in the management and treatment of chronic pain, aches, anxiety, depression, and anxiety. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Chery Russian

This strain, if used in excess, can lead to the following: headache, dry mouth, dizziness, and dry, itchy eyes. 

Development of paranoid, sleeplessness, restlessness, high fever, and high blood are some of the negative effects of this strain due to its high CBD/THC content.

How to Grow Black Chery Russian? 

Harvesting starts from 8 to 9 weeks after growing Fertilizer applications might be used to improve the growth and yield of this powerful strain. The growing method of this strain is difficult. This strain is best grown indoors. Good lighting, good weather temperature, and normal soil are very paramount to ensure the maximum growth and yield of this strain. 

From the first to the fourth week of growing this strain, watering should be done at least twice daily to keep the soil nourished. However, in some cases, it can be grown outdoors, depending on the type of weather and soil condition of the place.