Black & Red

Black & Red

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700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
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Strain Information

The Black & Red strain was created by cross-breeding Black Crush with Juicy Alaskan and has a very tall structure with heavily built colas. This strain is an Indica dominant Hybrid whose genetic origin remains unknown. 

It has white trichomes and gives off sweet scents when it buds are broken. This strain has a very strong pungent aroma with a very creamy smoke. This strain has different varieties of phenotypes with a well-built orange, white hues, and a thick coating of resinous undertone.   

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Black & Red?

Known for its soothing effect, which helps in improving focus and concentration, this strain, at the same time, will give a sharp uplifting, energizing, and light effect. It leaves you with a euphoric, calming, and relaxing effect and has a diesel-like berry and pepper that has a long-lasting flavor even after your last exhale. Sedative effects will follow after a heavy dose.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black & Red?

A dose from this cannabis will help you fight post-chemotherapy disorders like vomiting and nausea. Patients with low tolerance to panic will find this cannabis very useful. It is beneficial to people suffering from anxiety, chronic insomnia, seasonal and non-seasonal depression, fatigue, and chronic pain. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Black & Red

An enlarged amount of this marijuana tends to cause some health issues due to high THC levels, such as dizziness and restless. This strain can cause dry mouth, headache, dry, itchy eyes, and paranoia. 

How to Grow the Black & Red?  

For the best yield of this strain, good lighting and normal pH soil are required. The Black & Red strain grows very fast, and its planting method is complicated due to processes involved. It has small to medium-sized stems, which makes it ideal for indoors planting only. Flowering starts from 7 to 9 weeks.