More About Black Widow Autoflower Strain
Type: Sativa-dominant (65%) / Indica (35%)
Genetic Parents: Black Widow x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 Weeks
Climate: preferably indoors or greenhouse
Yield: 350 to 400 g/m2 (indoors) and 175 to 210 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: sweet, woody, chemical, nutty
THC Level: 10% – 15%
CBD Level: Low
Height: 50 to 90 cm (indoors) and 70 to 110 cm (outdoors)
Harvest Period: Late September to early October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Black Widow Autoflower?
Black Widow is known to give you a massive punch so strong that it is not suggested for beginners and those with very low tolerance. This is among the most powerful marijuana strains with THC levels that peak as high as 15%. In connection, worrying and stress make it harder to concentrate, which is why Black Widow can help through toking in tiny doses. However, if you start taking more, the mental high it provides may keep you glued to the sofa. The mild bodily comfort provided by Black Widow is sometimes overshadowed by the magnitude of the head high. Based on how you handle the strain’s strength, you’ll either be more attentive and invigorated, or you’ll get locked up on the couch, devouring that state of tranquility. On the other hand, Black Widow is observed to have a skunky and pungent but sweet stench with accents of tropical fruits. If the aroma appeals to you, you’ll be pleased to learn Black Widow tastes just like its smell, but with a nutty flavor that lingers.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Widow Autoflower?
One of Black Widow’s advantages is that it can improve your attention while also reducing exhaustion, allowing you to operate more efficiently. However, you have to be careful about your dosage for it to work. The cognitive high that Black Widow generates is now the most common medicinal application of the drug, as it improves one’s temperament and brings a high degree of joy. Moreover, it aids in the treatment of stress while assisting the alleviation of symptoms to certain mental illnesses like anxiety disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and bipolar disorder. And because it still contains some Indica quality, it aids in the relief of recurring aches. Lastly, Black Widow might also assist patients with sleeplessness, since it has a tranquilizing effect.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Widow Autoflower
As repeatedly stated, Black Widow is not advised for individuals with a limited threshold or who are new to cannabis. The rapid surge of exhilaration and unexpected sensations might cause fear in some people. Although rare, paranoia and dizziness are some of Black Widow’s undesirable side effects that are to be mindful of. Furthermore, common and frequent side effects such as bloodshot eyes and cottonmouth can also be observed. It is important to be aware of your level of tolerance and consume Black Widow moderately to avoid negative consequences.
How to Grow Black Widow Autoflower?
Black Widow is quite simple to grow. It’s also pest-resistant, mildew-resistant, and mold-resistant, making maintenance a breeze. During flowering, thick, brilliant green buds surrounded in purple and amber hairs with icy trichomes and thick resin should be expected. You may also cultivate this plant in different environments; outdoors, indoors, and greenhouses. While it may reach a height of one foot when planted in a closed space, Black Widow can reach a height of three feet in the open.