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Belladonna

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Belladonna – properly known as Atropa belladonna and often called Deadly Nightshade – has been used over the centuries as a medicine, a cosmetic and a poison. However, what we’re dealing with here may get you hopelessly stoned, but it certainly won’t kill you. The Sativa dominant Belladonna seeds have been on the market since 1999 and were created by crossing Super Skunk with a Sativa that the breeders have kept secret.

Belladonna weed has a pungent, fruity bouquet and the flavour includes those tastes plus notes of sweet spice. The high is soaring and euphoric, verging on the hallucinogenic. A few tokes of this will set you up nicely for a party or a walk in the country with friends. Smoke too much though, and the Indica characteristics are likely to kick in and leave you somewhat sedated. In medical use, this strain is recommended for poor appetite and stress.

The Belladonna strain’s appearance is dominated by its Indica heritage, which means that this plant grows quite small, between 75 and 85 centimetres. However, it is notably less bushy than a typical Indica plant. The medium sized buds are dense and have a slightly orange hue. THC content ranges from 15 to 18 percent depending on growing conditions.

Indoors, the plants can be forced into flowering when they are as short as 15 centimetres and they do well in a SOG set up. The plants grow with few side stems and can be trimmed and staked so that they produce one large cola. Flowering time is eight to nine weeks and your crop should yield from 450 to 500 grams per square metre.

Outdoors, Belladonna seeds should be planted in late spring when frost has passed and you can expect to harvest in mid-October. Each plant will yield up to 600 grams.

Don’t let the sinister name of this weed put you off. Belladonna seeds are vigorous growers, do well in northern Europe, and produce good yields and a potent smoke.

Grow Belladonna seeds if you’re looking for a potent and high yielding sativa dominant strain with a short flowering time that grows in northern Europe.

Belladonna

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Focused
  • Creative
  • Dizzy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Exercising
  • Exploring Nature
  • Fishing
  • Gambling
  • Going Out
  • Knitting
  • Reading
  • Social Events
  • Studying
  • Walking in the City
  • Yard Games
  • Yoga

About this Hybrid Strain

Belladonna is a cannabis strain that’s sativa-dominant, emitting a fruity scent reminiscent of berries and wood. Its harvest-ready buds are a bright green, having deep brown pistils and a thick layer of crystal trichomes.

THC levels are still unknown, however, Belladonna is known to create a euphoric sense of being in theconsumer while simultaneously relaxing the muscles. This strain isn’t known to help alleviate aches andpains, but it will help improve creativity and enhance focus for some. Because of this, it can beconsumed throughout the day so long as tolerance levels are known. Its high has also sometimes beendescribed as “trippy,” leaving some consumers in a slight imaginative haze.

Beyond dry mouth and eyes, Belladonna may cause paranoia, anxiety, or dizziness if consuming abovetolerance levels.

It takes between eight and nine weeks for Belladonna to fully flower for reaping.

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Belladonna is a cannabis strain that’s sativa-dominant, emitting a fruity scent reminiscent of berries and wood. Its harvest-ready buds are a bright green, having deep brown pistils and a thick layer of crystal trichomes. THC levels are still unknown, however, Belladonna is known to create a…