Here’s a lady who doesn’t suffer fools. The brainchild of the good people at Super Dutch Genetics, Black Betty waltzes into town as a cross between AK-47 and East Coast Sour Diesel, and she’s here to blow your mind. She will take no prisoners and will slap you around with her wickedly powerful high.
The buds are covered by crystals that glisten and glaze unlike any other strain you might have indulged with before. Though there are some hints of sugar in its aroma, the flavours are all sour diesel mixed with a pungent muskiness. These robust flavours and aromas linger long after the smoke is gone, which is an added bonus. As well as all of these positives, Black Betty tends to leave an amazing aftertaste once you have smoked enough.
As alluded to before, this lady is one not to be trifled with. Her high packs a powerful punch, one that will send you spinning before it catapults you into the sky. She offers a good body and cerebral buzz that is soon followed by an intense body sensation expected from any offshoot of AK-47. All of this will leave you leaving euphoric but weighted, barely capable of achieving body and mind coordination. Because of these mighty and forceful effects, beginners should steer clear of this impressively dangerous lady.
As a result of Black Betty’s undeniable effects, she works her magic in the treatment of pain, muscle spasms, inflammation, joint aches, and cramps. Additionally, she is helpful with mood disorders such as stress, depression, bipolar and PTSD. Avoid her gaze though, if you suffer from anxiety or paranoia.
Black Betty flowers in 8 to 9 weeks indoors or late September to early October for outdoor cultivation, and offers an above average yield,
This lady is best left to the expert smokers out there.