The breeders of this seductive strain have chosen to remain in the shadows, but what is known is that Black Dahlia was born out of crossing the infamous Black Cherry Soda and Querkle strains. Users will be enamored by her deliciously seductive wiles that will have you socially energetic for a time before you are gently taken to a state of restful bliss.
Known far and wide for its appearance, the Black Dahlia bud appears black at first glance, but on closer inspection it becomes obvious that it is an incredibly dark union of red and purple hues. These buds are covered in sugary white crystals and are sticky with delicious resin. The aromas and flavours are a divine and subtle mixture of flowers, berry, and pine with hints of honey and sage as the smoke lingers.
After the first hit, you will be greeted by a heavy head-rush that will have you enthused enough to enter into social interaction, encouraging conversation and generally good feelings. This wonderful high gives way to a relaxed, calming indica body high that leads to couch-lock, drowsiness, and, eventually, falling into a deep, comfortable sleep. Be warned, the comedown is strong and fast and will have you drifting off to the land of nod in no time.
Because of these properties and effects, it is used for pain, insomnia, nausea, and mood disorders such as stress, anxiety, depression, and mild cases of PTSD. For first-time users, it would be advisable to take it slow with this seductress. Despite its low THC content of 12% average, it tends to be on the more potent side.
Black Dahlia offers an easy to medium growing challenge. Your flowers will be ready for harvest around 10 to 11 weeks or early October. Just remember, keep your growing environment warm for optimum yield.
For a tingly head-rush, followed by a wonderful sleep, look no further than Black Dahlia.