Black Haze (Regular) Strain Specifications
Type: 40% Indica, 60% Sativa, Photoperiod
Genetics Parents: Colombian Black x Colombian Gold x Purple Haze
Flowering Period: 11 to 14 weeks
Climate: humid, warm
Yield: 12 to 14 oz/m2 (indoor), 14 oz/plant (outdoor)
Flavors: sweet, cherry, berry, woody, earthy, pine, musty, dank
THC Level: 14% to 16%
CBD Level: 0.07% to 0.08%
Height: no info
Harvest Period: late September
Growing Difficulty: moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Haze (Regular)
Black Haze marijuana dominantly has earthy and woody aromas reminiscent of dried pines. Lurking from this classic Haze aromas are sweet scents of berry, cherry. Cracking the buds gives off a dank and musty aroma. This strain’s flavor is satisfying to the taste buds. The smoke is light to the lungs and does not trigger coughing.
This strain is potent yet its effects are gentle and not overwhelming to the users. Some loyal and experienced users may even find this strain underwhelming. Smoking this strain results in a quick head rush that exudes positivity and happiness. The effects do not really show up immediately, but once they do, users’ senses will be heightened. A sense of focus is instilled in the mind for long hours. Users who intend to engage in activities that require analytical and creative thinking may find aid in this strain.
As the indica properties of this strain settle down and start to manifest, the body will gradually be led into a deep relaxation which strips users off their stresses and worries.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Haze (Regular)
Black Haze marijuana is a relevant member in the medical marijuana community. Its analgesic properties have been used by patients in alleviating their acute and chronic pains. This strain is used to mitigate inflammation with its anti-inflammatory properties as well. With its relaxing body high, it is often used by patients struggling with insomnia to induce sleep among themselves.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Haze (Regular)
It is important to remember that Black Haze can also lead to unwanted side effects especially if taken in excessive amounts. This strain, same with all other cannabis strains, is best enjoyed in moderation. When used irresponsibly, it can result in having dry eyes and dry mouth. If these conditions happen, users need to drink lots of fluids in order to mitigate their discomfort. Additionally, consuming more than one’s tolerance level can also cause dizziness, headaches, and sometimes, slight anxiety.
How to Grow Black Haze (Regular)
Growing Black Haze regular seeds requires some growing experience. Growers love this strain because it does not require high maintenance and can thrive both indoors and out. When growing outdoors, it must be noted that this strain loves the humid and warm climates. If growers want to harvest more purple buds, all they have to do is to expose the plants in a cooler environment before they start flowering. The natural darkening of the buds signals that the plant is ready for harvest. This is usually by late September. Growers can expect to harvest up to 14 ounces per plant.
Meanwhile, when growing indoors, growers only need to provide the basic conditions that the plant needs in order to thrive. Fluctuating temperatures do not really pose negative effects on the innate traits of the plants. After 11 to 14 weeks, growers can already expect to harvest 12 to 14 ounces per square meter.