Blackberry Autoflowering Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 7 to 8 Weeks
Climate: Indoor Climate
Yield: 450g Indoor / 500g-1000g Outdoor
Flavors: Sweet, Earthy, Berry
THC Level: 16%
CBD Level: <1%
Height: 70-110cm Tall
Harvest Period: Unknown
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Blackberry Autoflowering?
Your taste buds would be overwhelmed by a rich Berry and Kushy flavor. Blackberry Autoflowering brings a joyful flavor of earthy and forest berries undertones with very few citrus flavors, making its taste very special. A brilliantly relaxed effect is provided by these Indica-dominant autoflowering seeds. You could also expect a really strong stone from your body that would last a longer time. The high begins with a strong feeling of euphoria that slowly transforms into a feeling that is more relaxing and soothing. The impact is much more physically than psychological. It is also the perfect option for relaxing in the evening. She has a powerful couch-lock if you smoke enough, and therefore can help you have a good sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Blackberry Autoflowering?
Blackberry Autoflowering is therapeutically recommended for nausea, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, back pain, arthritis, PMS, herpes, Sickle Cell anemia, rheumatism, as an expectorant, migraines, stress, AIDS, asthma, and tumors.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blackberry Autoflowering
The adverse effects of this cannabis strain that has been most consistently reported are very negligible. Blackberry Autoflowering could sometimes make you feel mildly dehydrated, cottonmouth, and leave your eyes feeling dry.
How to Grow Blackberry Autoflowering
Blackberry Autoflowering strain has the ability to produce lilac and produces vibrant red hues in its flowers is the rarest attribute of this Blackberry strain of marijuana. Although it is appropriate for both outdoor and indoor cultivation, the Blackberry Autoflowering strain benefits from the additional hours of light offered by indoor growing. Also, have at least 18 hours of light as well as 6 hours of darkness every day to get the full benefit from your plant. With appropriate care, in 8 weeks, your super plants would be ready. The output of the Blackberry could be up to 600 g/m2. Outdoors is perfect for hot climates that do not experience high levels of the overall change in temperature. You could also notice a very dark violet color 10 to 15 days prior to actually harvest, accompanied with sweet and fruity scents and a glimpse of earthy complexities.