Black Mamba strain

Black Mamba

Strains

Black Mamba is an intense Indica-dominant hybrid strain (70% Indica and 30% Sativa) created by crossing Granddaddy Purple and Black Domina. The weed strain is named after a deadly African Snake to warn novices of its potency and escalated cerebral stimulation. Its THC content averages 20%, with CBD of about 2.5%.

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FLAVORS


GRAPE
VIOLET
PLUM
PINE
WOODY
FRUITY

USAGE


STRESS
INSOMNIA
ANXIETY
DEPRESSION
APPETITE LOSS
MUSCLE SPASMS

EFFECTS


SLEEPY
RELAXED
HUNGRY
HAPPY
EUPHORIA

GROWING INFO


BLACK MAMBA HAS A FLOWERING TIME OF ABOUT 13-14 WEEKS. IT CAN BE GROWN BOTH INDOORS AND OUTDOORS.

THC

20%

CBD

2.5%

SATIVA

30%

INDICA

70%

Black Mamba Strain Review

Black Mamba grows tall up to 6 feet, producing forest green leaves and dark purple flowers. This seemingly unique appearance is due to anthocyanin concentration. The leaves are narrow-shaped with purple hues, making them very attractive. Its medium-sized buds are covered with frosty white trichomes.

Black Mamba is easy to grow at home, as you can use any preferred method with a generously high yield. It does well indoors and outdoors, but you will have to wait for a long time to reap your rewards. It takes about 13-14 weeks to flower indoors and up to late September to early October outdoors.

Black Mamba has a memorable aroma that matches its attractive buds. It exudes a sour yet sweet, grape-like scent with pine notes. Its smoke is tasty, giving grape, pine, and woody flavors. However, the smoke can also be pungent.

Black Mamba’s high hits hard and fast. The effects start by compiling pressure at the forehead and around the temples before bursting into elevated sensory abilities. Despite being an Indica-leaning hybrid, Black Mamba has uplifting, creative, and energizing effects. It will make you more talkative and ready to run your errands. However, it is not for novice smokers.

Adverse effects

  • Dry eyes
  • Dry mouth
  • Headache

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