The buds of this strain have hues of green, yellow with candy-like red hairs and has whitish trichomes, and when combusted, its buds produce an earthy scent with bluish smoke. The Black Cherry Breath strain has a Terpene feature that blends with its skunk and spicy aroma.
First bred by Matt Bubba and Originated from Florida, this strain has deep taproot characteristics, which makes it withstand to be all-weather resistant. When trimmed, this strain produces a curled leaves. Also known as Godfather, this strain is an indica hybrid and it has various phenotypes ranging from Ghost OG.
Flavor and Effects of the Black Cherry Breath strain
This hybrid has a fruity, pine and citrus flavors, which makes it attractive to cannabis lovers and it will offer you happy, euphoric, and uplifting effects enabling you to worry less and smile more.
However, overdose intake of this strain might lead to sedation. It enhances concentration and energizes you for greater focus and presents you with a relaxing effect, which will help give you deep sleep.
Medical Benefits of the Black Cherry Breath strain
It is very effective in the management of chronic pain, attention deficit disorder (ADD), loss of appetite, insomnia, and anxiety. This strain also has great medical potent in the treatment of depression and mild to severe stress.
Negative Effects of the Black Cherry Breath strain
Negative effects of this strain are the following: dry, itchy eyes, eating disorder and headache due to its THC content. It can cause dizziness, nausea, restlessness, fever, high blood, developing paranoia, and dry mouth.
Growing the Black Cherry Breath strain
This strain grows very fast, and its planting method is difficult and the indoor method of cultivation is used. Starting from the first to fourth week of growing this strain, watering should be done at least thrice a day.
As a first time grower of this strain, it is advisable to consult those who have planted the strain in the past for assistance. Proper attention should be given to checkmate the attacks of pest and harvesting starts from 7 to 9 weeks after growing.