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Hybrid

Black x Burmese Kush

Black Velvet Strain

Black Velvet is a near 50/50 hybrid with extremely balanced effects. Its flavor profile is citrus, piney, and sweet. Due to its low THC content, many consumers only smoke Black Velvet for its tasty terpenes. This strain is perfect for first-time smokers and is solid mid-day smoke for experienced consumers. However, it takes a consumer that can look past potency to truly enjoy this strain.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Fruity
FRUITY
strain flavor Citrus
CITRUS
strain flavor Sour
SOUR

- Effects -

strain effect Happy
HAPPY
strain effect Energized
ENERGIZED
strain effect Uplifted
UPLIFTED

Overview of Black Velvet


Black Velvet is a rounded hybrid with an enjoyable high. It is not the most potent strain and typically tests around 14 percent to 16 percent THC, but Black Velvet certainly taste great! On top of having a stellar flavor, this strain is ideal for both recreational and medical marijuana patients. Even though cannabis connoisseurs may not be interested in this strain, experts recommend it for those who do not want an overwhelming high. Black Velvet is a perfect mid-day smoke and is especially nice for an evening at home playing games and watching movies.


Potential Positive Effects of Black Velvet


Consumers describe the high from Black Velvet as being happy and euphoric. This strain is also known for causing extreme laughter and is an excellent strain for hanging out with friends. Black Velvet also causes severe munchies and is perfect before a large meal.


Potential Negative Effects of Black Velvet


The adverse effects of Black Velvet are dry eyes and cotton mouth. Some consumers report feeling paranoia, but this is not too common.


The Lineage of Black Velvet


Black Velvet is a Kush child and is the outcome of a solid cross. This strain is a combination of Burmese Kush and The Black. These unique strains came together to create a tasty and effective cannabis flower. Black Velvet may not be most consumer's favorite, but it is a prime medical strain with a ton of unseen value.


Growing Black Velvet


Growing Black Velvet is moderately difficult. It is not a good strain for beginning growers and typically requires a decent amount of attention. Black Velvet does produce beautiful plants with stellar colas and a pungent aroma, but the yield is not always high. This strain is suitable for indoors but will also do alright in an outdoor grow.


Where to Find Black Velvet


Black Velvet is easier to find in states like California and Washington. Outside of those legal states, Black Velvet is not too abundant.


Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any Black Velvet on their shelves, here!



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