Black Haze (Regular) Strain Specifications
Type: Indica-dominant, Regular
Genetics Parents: Colombian Black x Colombian Gold x Purple Haze
Flowering Period: 11-14 Weeks
Climate: Warm, Sunny, Semi-humid
Yield: 350-400 grams
Flavors: Berry, Cherry, Earthy, Woody, Pine
THC Level: 22%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Haze Regular?
The Black Haze Regular scent is spicy and earthy, with hints of tart cherries and berries. The dense, creamy smoke would have a more intensified aroma of berries and cherries until the herb is lit, delightfully mixing in with the familiar damp earthy taste. When you exhale the smoke, you’ll get a touch of pine scent herbal notes as an aftertaste.
The Black Haze marijuana strain results are a combination of physically and mentally highs that provide patients with the ultimate calming strain while still allowing them to continue through their everyday routines. It begins with a ringing sensation in the brain, accompanied by an intense euphoric feeling. As the high wears off, a clear-headed concentration sets in, allowing the consumer to let their imaginative juices run and get started on a long-awaited idea that requires some in-depth research.
A jolt of energy can keep the patient on their toes almost instantly since particular weed consumers swear by the drug’s energy-boosting properties, saying that it is more than equivalent to many cups of coffee. The Indica high, which happens almost simultaneous with the emotional reaction, gives the patient a comfortable mindset and calms the nerves.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Haze Regular?
Black Haze cerebral high paired with its high THC content will help manage stress, PTSD, depression, and anxiety in patients. Although improving the patient’s attitude, this weed will promote a real sense of pleasure. When the patient is high on weed, any unpleasant memories and negativity fade away. This pressure will also help patients with severe fatigue lift their heads and give them the endurance boost they need to get through the day.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Haze Regular
Cottonmouth and dry, reddish eyes are the most prominent side effects of most marijuana strains when smoked. The same small side effect can occur if you consume Black Haze. You can effectively avoid this unwanted feeling by drinking plenty of hydrating drinks when elevated and still have a bottle of an eye drop moisturizer on hand.
How to Grow Black Haze Regular?
Black Haze is not the simplest marijuana to cultivate, and it may take some practice with cannabis production to keep it alive. They thrive in wet, semi-humid, and sunny conditions and can develop indoors and out. These plants need slightly higher than normal humidity levels to stay damp but not constantly wet.
A lot of moisture in the air and the soil will cause bud and root rot. It’s also a good idea to expose these plants to cooler temperatures just before they start flowering to encourage them to reveal their regular purple and blue colors. The potency of cannabis would also improve. They should be exposed to temperatures that are 10 degrees colder at night than during the day. They’ll begin flowering and be ready to harvest between 11 and 14 weeks, yielding 350 to 400 grams of high-quality Black Haze marijuana.