More About Black Haze Regular Strain
Type: 60% Sativa, 40% Indica
Genetics Parents: Colombian Black, Purple Haze, and Colombian Gold
Flowering Period: 11 to 14 weeks
Climate: Semi-humid to warm climate
Yield: 350-400 g/m2 indoors, 400 g/plant outdoors
Flavors: Sweet, berry, cherry, woody
THC Level: 14% to 16%
CBD Level: 0.07% to 0.08%
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Intermediate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Haze Regular?
The aromas of this weed are earthy and woody, similar to those of dried pine and cedar. At the same time, a berry and cherry scent lingers under it, most likely passed down from its ancestor, Purple Haze. It has a musty and dank tone once the buds have been cracked open. The flavor of Black Haze is pleasing to the palate. A mixture of fruity and earthy flavors can become more pronounced when smoked. Furthermore, it produces a cloud of smoke that is so gentle that it does not irritate the eyes or cause coughing.
Smoking just the right amount of this strain gives you an instant buzz in the head that lifts your spirits and puts you in a good mood. It could take up to 6 minutes for the results to show, but once they do, users can note that their senses have improved. The clear-headed concentration will last for many hours. This is particularly useful when doing tasks that require imagination and in-depth research. It would be awesome if users took advantage of the improved productivity and started checking items off their to-do list. As a result, Black Haze is a great wake-and-bake strain for overcoming the Monday blues. When the cerebral buzz fades into stillness, the hybrid’s Indica characteristics emerge. As a result, a stressed-out body with muscle tensions starts to cool down. Despite the fact that Black Haze has a powerful physical impact on the body, having the body stoned or couch-locked is an uncommon occurrence.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Haze Regular?
Black Haze is best used for pain relief due to its high analgesic potency. This strain can effectively soothe and alleviate inflammation in both acute and chronic pain sufferers. It is also beneficial for those struggling with insomnia, as smoking the Black Haze results in better sleep. Mental health problems are no match for this hybrid because it elevates the mood. There is no space for unhealthy or negative thinking if users are happy.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Haze Regular
Users of Black Haze, like most strains, can feel some discomfort. As a result, both novices and experts alike often encounter dry mouth and dry eyes. Furthermore, further puffs will trigger dizziness, headaches, and possibly anxiety.
How to Grow Black Haze Regular Marijuana Seeds?
This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors, depending on the grower’s preference. A semi-humid to warm-climate is needed for outdoor growing. It needs little maintenance and can survive in a wide range of temperatures. Growers who want to see more purple buds on their plants should expose them to a cooler climate before they begin flowering.
When the buds show stunning dark purple hues, fiery red-orange pistils, and crystalline trichomes, the plant is ready to harvest.
The strain will be in the flowering stage in 11-14 weeks. Expect a harvest of 12 to 14 ounces per square meter because it doesn’t achieve a higher yield. While Black Haze prefers a semi-humid, warm climate, know that the plant is unaffected by temperature fluctuations. As a result, its natural characteristics will not be changed. Growers should expect 16 ounces of buds per plant from this medium-yielding variety.