This cannabis plant is a near-perfect 50/50 hybrid. Its buds balance equal parts green and purple calyxes with swarms of orange pistils throughout.
Pinching a well cured nug should release piney terpenes along with a sweet, floral bouquet.
It’s THC levels are usually around 15-20%, with CBD reaching as high as 1%. This cultivar usually produces a relatively balanced high between the head and the body. It’s good for anyone looking to just unwind and chillax. Creative types may want to get their hands on this strain just for its ability to get the creative juices flowing. Medicinally, this strain is famous for its ability to suppress nausea while stimulating appetite, making it a favorite among patients who require pharmaceuticals that can make the stomach queasy.
Side effects from Black Velvet include itchy, red eyes and cottonmouth.
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Black Velvet was bred by crossing Burmese Kush with The Black.