Firstly. Black Mamba strain
Black Mamba, also known as “Black Mamba #6,” is an indica marijuana strain thought to be a cross of Granddaddy Purple and Black Domina. This strain features dark green and dense nugs that have a strong perfume aroma and a distinctly sweet grape taste that is reminiscent of GDP. Many users report an upbeat feeling that mellows into a state of deep relaxation. Touted for its long-lasting effects, this Black Mamba is one to curl up with, not run away from. Black Mamba is believed to be named after the deadly African snake (or perhaps the vengeful bride from the movie Kill Bill), so it’s no surprise that this strain is known for being strong (it might just knock less experienced users into nap time). These plants produce dark green to purple leaves, but it’s the flowers that appear after about 8 weeks that really give a hint to its supposed heritage.
THC Content? Black Mamba strain
Black Mamba is an indica dominant hybrid strain with 70% indica to 30% sativa. It typically averages at a 20% THC count, though has been measured as low as 13% THC potency and upwards of a staggering 25%! Its parent, Domina, also referred to as Black Domina or Dominia, is a pure indica that was created by Sensi Seeds via an impressive four way cross of Canadian Ortega, Northern Lights, Afghani and Hash Plant. It averages between 15% to 20% THC potency. Its other parent is also an indica leaning hybrid: Blue Bubblejuice, a concoction from Dutch Passion and made by crossing Bubblejuice (itself a cross of Juicy Fruit and Bubblegum) and the super popular Blueberry strains.
Appearance & Aroma
Like its namesake, Black Mamba is easily identifiable with its rich, dark colours. Its flowers carry captivating shades of deep purples and dark forest greens. The nugs are small to medium in size, have curly leaves, are super dense and highly resinous, so are also quite sticky! Not only is this strain eye-catching, its aromas are also inviting! It has fragrant floral notes, and a strong fruity scent that is most similar to grapes. There are also undertones of skunkiness, and when smoking, the sweet and tasty flavours of florals, berries and grapes are accented by notes of earthy pine and wood!
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