Black Widow Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds

The Black Widow Autoflowering cannabis is just the original Black Widow that was crossed with a ruderalis. Unfortunately, there is little information about the auto-flowering version of the Black Widow strain. Still, since ruderalis really does not affect this much, except for its growing properties, you can expect it to be precisely the same as the original version of the Black Widow.

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Black Widow Autoflowering Strain Specifications

Type: Autoflowering, Balanced hybrid
Genetics Parents: Black Widow x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 10 – 12 weeks
Climate: Warm
Yield: 350 – 450 g/m2 – indoor | 300 – 400 g/plant – outdoor
Flavors: Sweet, Pungent
THC Level: Up to 28%
CBD Level: <1%
Height: Medium
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Flavor and Effects of Black Widow Autoflowering?

The aroma of the Black Widow Autoflowering marijuana is as magnificent as the original’s profile. When you smoke this, your senses will be filled with sweet and pungent flavors.
This weed is a balanced hybrid. Since it is a well-balanced hybrid, you will feel the buzz in the head and body. A few puffs will be enough to boost your moods. You will feel uplifted in no time. All of the gloomy thoughts will be taken away and will be replaced with bright ideas. And, while you are in a good mood, as you continue to toke this Mary Jane, you will also start to feel comfortable on the couch; you would not want to move around. Your eyelids will then also begin to feel heavy because of its sedating effects.

What are the Medical Benefits of Black Widow Autoflowering?

This is more than recreational smoke; this is also good medicine for different conditions. So if you are looking for a therapeutic marijuana variant, you can always turn to the Black Widow Autoflowering strain.
When smoked at a low dosage, it is helpful for mood-affecting disorders such as anxiety, stress, depression, and PTSD. Since it is able to clear the head of any negative ideas, you will instantly be in a better mental disposition with this ganja. However, it can also be used to combat sleeping disorders and can be used as a pain reliever when smoked at a higher dose. Physical discomforts like arthritis, muscle pain, tensions, and spasms can be eased by smoking this weed. Furthermore, with its sedating property, it will effectively put you to bed. Your insomnia will not be able to do anything as this brings you into the dreamland.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Black Widow Autoflowering

No matter how excellent and beneficial the Black Widow Autoflowering weed is, it will still have unwanted side effects. The most common side effects are dry eyes and dry mouth. These uncomfortable conditions are caused by dehydration. But you can easily manage these conditions by rehydrating. Keep yourself hydrated and drink your water! Also, apply eye moisturizer, like an eye drop, to prevent your eyes from being dry.

How to Grow Black Widow Autoflowering?

Growing the auto-flowering Black Widow plant is easy. First of all, you do not have to monitor the changes in the light cycle since this is an auto-flowering version. It will enter the flowering cycle automatically as it ages.

Another reason why this weed seed is easy to cultivate is that it is naturally resistant to mold and mildew. So, whether you choose to grow this herb indoors or outdoors, you will be successful. You can then harvest its buds after about 12 weeks or by October. Indoor yields can reach up to 450 grams per square meter, while outdoor products will range between 300 to 400 grams per plant.


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