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900 gr/sqm
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Strain Information

Blackout is a hybrid of sativa and indica genetics. The Yardie Seeds is a crossbreed of Jamaica Mountain Bush strain with Northern Lights strain. These selections of cannabis at indeed very renowned and have created reputations of their own. Hence the cross-breeding of the two is considered to be successful and this cannabis strain can deliver the best of the two parents’ individual qualities all in one strain. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blackout?

The cannabis strain, Blackout has great terpene profiles. It composed of flavors and scent which you are reminded of the odors of the Middle East side. It has a combination of pepper, with incense undertones and hints of blackberry. The strain also has balance effects of the sativa and indica. It could be anticipated that it has dominant impacts that can be enjoyed right before going to bed. It could also make you feel uplifted and put you in a state of euphoria. The strain is basically able to generate stimulation and sedation.

What are the Medical Benefits of Blackout?

Medical personnel is looking for this strain due to its therapeutic effects on people consuming it. It can treat pain and muscle spams. It can also easily deal with depression and anxiety attacks. The capability of the strain can also extend up to inducing hunger and improve the appetite of the consumers. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blackout?

The Blackout strain can make your mouth and eyes feel dry and itchy. It could lead to further consequences like paranoia when the strain is consumed at a level that cannot be tolerated by a person. 

How to Grow Blackout?

The Blackout cannabis strain can be cultivated either indoor or outdoor growing setup. The strain is very easy to grow which is why most beginner growers with little experience of cultivation sought this strain to thrive. With little exerted effort, you will still be able to achieve a favorable outcome by the end of the cultivation cycle.