sour mamba seeds

Mint Chocolate Chip X The Cube Hybrid 50/50 THC: 22-26% Flower Cycle: 56-63 days Yield: Heavy.

Black Mamba is an indica/sativa variety from Exotic Genetix and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse . Exotic Genetix’ Black Mamba is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Here you can find all info about Black Mamba from Exotic Genetix . If you are searching for information about Black Mamba from Exotic Genetix, check out our Basic Infos, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Black Mamba Strains (6) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

This snake in the grass is a beautifully dark plant. It’s suggested to trim as a multi-topped bush for maximum yield. Expect to achieve chocolate and minty aromas throughout. With a 7 week flower cycle, you’ll also see great turnaround.

Basic / Breeders Info.

Exotic Genetix’ Black Mamba Description.

This is a great marijuana strain for anybody who’s looking for a healthier alternative to Advil or other painkillers. If you suffer from recurring pain, no matter how severe, Sour Tsunami can definitely help out. The CBD levels in this strain are as high as 10 or 11% while the content levels of THC are usually under 10%. It should take about 15 minutes for the body and brain to react — that’s when you’ll notice your headache start to subside. Had a long day at the gym? Treat your sour muscles with Sour Tsunami.

Looking for ultimate relaxation without the mental high? Searching for a pain reliever that keeps your mind sharp and clear? Sour Tsunami marijuana seeds may be right up your alley. This marijuana strain became famous for being one of the first to be specifically bred for high CBD content as opposed to THC. What this means is you can expect more of a bodily high than a cerebral one. You may start to notice your muscles relaxing and your pain subsiding, but your mind won’t be affected or shifted at all.

With its high CBD content, Sour Tsunami is a great choice for users with recurring pain. It delivers a stronger bodily high than a cerebral one.

If you’re thinking of planting Sour Tsunami marijuana seeds , please allow 9 weeks for flowers to bloom. These plants produce dense, green dubs with dark green and purple-tinted leaves. The buds have a familiar musky diesel smell with sweet undertones. This sativa-dominant hybrid can be smoked both during the day and night as it won’t keep you up or make you highly energetic.

Description.

Any words that we use to describe this variety would be an understatement compared to experiencing her in-garden. This is one of the most unique, beautiful, and aromatic cannabis varieties that we’ve ever grown. For the gardener who prefers a loud aroma over all else, this variety sits atop a pedestal of its own. The aroma she exudes changes throughout her life… starting with a very sharp scent that is akin to an orange peel, which then quickly evolves into a more complex strawberries-and-cream and Mamba fruit chews aroma, which by alchemy evolves into a rich/ and sensual chocolate-covered-strawberries bouquet; all the while retaining the perfume of all the other fruits post-harvest and well into the curing process. Being one of the most heavenly smells on planet Earth, it’s a challenge to pull your nose away from the glistening pink buds. We did not, however, wait a year only to satisfy our fetish for provocative aromas. Dare we say it, Strawberry Mamba is hardy through and through, and rewards the gardener consistently fantastic yields. Even more, it provides a phenomenal hybrid high that the privileged early testers chose over many popular varietals. We’ve been searching for a good while now and have yet to find another cannabis variety that offers all these glowing attributes quite like this one! Strawberry Mamba is one of those few cultivars that we hope we never lose. Permanent keeper!