More About Black Haze Feminized Strain
Type: Sativa (60%), Indica (40%)
Genetics Parents: Colombian Gold, Colombian Black, Purple Haze
Flowering Period: 11 to 14 Weeks
Climate: Warm, Sunny, Dry
Yield: 350 – 400 g/m2 (indoors) ; ≥ 400 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Sweet, Berry, Cherry, Earthy, Woody
THC Level: 14% to 22%
CBD Level: 0.07% to 0.08%
Height: 80 cm to 100 cm
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Hard
What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Haze Feminized?
Onset, the Black Haze releases a distinct earthy and woody smell blended with subtle hints of berry and cherry fragrance that it took from its Purple Haze parent. When the buds are cut open, it emits a musty scent. Once lit, the taste buds are engulfed with a smooth smoke composed of a fruity and earthy blend.
The Black Haze offers a great balance between cerebral stimulations and physical relaxation. Although its potency is above the average level, the effects do not overwhelm consumers and are great for those who are starting out. Initially, this strain starts with a mental buzz that brings mood-enhancing properties, which clears the mind from any worries. After a couple of minutes, the senses and focus are heightened, which can be a great time to do any task. Artists experiencing creative blocks will notice the easy flow of ideas rushing in. It can also be used for problems that need to be analyzed with excellent attention to detail.
Once the cerebral buzz melts, it is now time for the Indica effects to take over. The muscle tensions are loosened, leading to a state of tranquility. As the effects are quite mild, the Black Haze does not lead to a couch-lock which is a great strain to use during day-time as it does not interfere with any physical or mental activities.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Haze Feminized?
As the Black Haze is a less intimidating strain, it is excellent for those who do not seek any recreational benefits from marijuana. This strain’s uplifting effects can remove any gloomy thoughts that most individuals with mild to moderate anxiety, depression, and PTSD experience frequently.
Its analgesic properties can be used as an alternative to the synthetic pain-killing medicines on the market today, which help reduce any chronic pains and aches. Once consumed by individuals with insomnia, the sedative component can help them have a better and undisturbed sleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Haze Feminized
When taking cannabis, it is always recommended to go low and slow as higher doses may put consumers in an uncomfortable state, or worse, serious adverse effects can happen such as dizziness, headache, and anxiety. Dry eyes and cottonmouth lead to itchiness and irritations, but a hydrated body before and after smoking can prevent it from occurring.
How to Grow Black Haze Feminized?
The Black Haze is one of the most unique and attractive-looking plants in the cannabis scene. The medium to large-sized buds come in dark purple hues that almost resemble the color black. Although the leaves are flimsy, which makes them fragile when not monitored properly, the purple leaves blend perfectly well with the buds, thanks to the high amount of anthocyanin present. Adding to the vibrant colors are the pistils’ autumn-like hues with red, orange, and yellow tints.
When grown, the Black Haze can flourish both indoors and outdoors. In a controlled environment, expect to harvest around 12 to 14 oz/m2 after 77 to 98 days. When exposed outside, this strain can thrive in temperatures around 72℉ to 80℉. Thanks to its lineage, the Black Haze is highly resistant to extreme environments making it one of the plants sought out by most growers.