An evenly balanced mix of Sativa and Indica created by combining a Brazilian Sativa with a South Indian Indica hybrid, Black Widow may have an ominous name, but it’s an awesome weed.
Black Widow weed has a heavy, sweet scent with skunky notes and the flavor combines floral tones with pine and spice. Its Sativa and Indica combination mean that you get both a strong physical hit and a pronounced cerebral high. Medically, it can be used to alleviate sleeplessness, poor appetite and muscular pain.
The plants grow to a medium height of around one metre indoors and a taller 1.5 to two metres outdoors. The plants have a Christmas-tree shape with broad leaves and long sticky buds covered in orange hairs. THC content ranges from 15 to 20 percent.
You’ll find Black Widow plants respond well to the SOG method. They have a flowering time of eight to nine weeks and yields are between 350 and 450 grams per square metre.
Like all cannabis plants, Black Widow seeds will thrive outdoors only if it gets plenty of warm sunshine. Planting at the end of May should result in a harvest time of late September or early October, and a yield of 300 to 400 grams per plant.
Beginners and experienced growers and smokers will enjoy Black Widow because it’s easy to grow and it packs a powerful hit. Don’t let the scary name put you off!
Indoors or outdoors
15 - 20%
Late September, Early October
Brazilian Sativa x South Indian Indica
350 to 400 gm2 indoors, 300 - 400g per plant outdoors