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A Sativa Dominant Hybrid from Paradise Seeds

Developed by Paradise Seeds, Belladonna is a sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain.

Belladonna is a complex but very rewarding flower. Clustered together in dense popcorn-like fists, these buds visually, give off a structure more commonly associated with indica-dominant varieties. The leaves are peppered with light and darks greens with the odd red pistils. This is topped off with an impressive coating of frosty white trichomes, giving the impression of them being icy, if viewed from afar.

The flowers of Belladonna have a wonderful, fruity aroma that is permeated by an earthy base that enhances the peach and berry flavours. The burn from Belladonna contributes a very smooth and tasty smoke with an exhale that deposits a slightly buttery aftertaste.

The high from Belladonna takes hold quickly, and doesn’t let go, initially. The head is the first port of call, with an effect that can contribute to a cerebral and fast-paced realisation. Because of this, these initial moments can benefit the focus on analytical and more complex endeavours. After an hour or so, the prominence of the high tends to veer toward more relaxed areas. Tension in the body dissipates and brain-chatter is gently ushered away. Having said that, basic functionality and verbal interaction is easily achieved. You will still be able to cook dinner and feed the cat. Belladonna is best enjoyed in early evening. Unless your cat disagrees.

The multi-faceted qualities of Belladonna, make it a bud that benefits sufferers of mild depression and anxiety. It also has the ability to aid those who fall under the category of enduring mild to chronic pain. Due to its high THC levels (14%-26%), Belladonna is not recommended for those who are prone to paranoia or panic.

Seeds are available through many online retailers. It can be grown indoors and outdoors with a semi-humid climate. They can grow tall, so trimming may be necessary. Flowering is within 10 weeks and ready for harvest mid-October, if grown outdoors.

 

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