Belladonna Review

Belladonna is a skunk-smelling yet fruity marijuana plant strain made back in 1999 that’s a Sativa-dominant hybrid (it’s 15% Indica and 85% Sativa). It carries some dependable Indica characteristics that make it quite a delightful hybrid. For example, unlike typical Sativas, Belladona has a faster flowering time, making it a grower’s favorite strain.

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This dank bud came about as a cross between a Sativa strain and the Super Skunk. Meanwhile, it’s named for its dark olive green nugs with rich purple undertones and curly purple leaves that entice the eyes. It’s also characterized by its wide range of Indica and Sativa effects, making this one of the more balanced hybrids out there (in terms of results) without necessarily having a 50/50 split in its parentage.

Belladonna Weed Strain Specifications

Type: Indica-Sativa hybrid (Sativa dominant)
Flowering Period: 65 days (9 weeks)
Climate: Indoor (controlled) or Mediterranean
Yield: Moderate to High
Flavors: Butter, earthy, peachy, woody, spicy, mint, berry
THC Level: 10-14%
Height: Medium
Growing Difficulty: Beginner

What are the Effects of Belladonna

Belladonna has a mostly trippy effect on people. Its effects leave you happy, sleepy, giggly, euphoric and uplifted. Users describe the Belladonna high as something that can turn your consciousness off like a light the more you smoke it but will leave you functional (if lethargic) with a lighter dose.

What are the Medical Benefits of Belladonna?

Its medical benefits include relief or treatment of stress, depression, fatigue, and insomnia. The beautiful marijuana plant is also the ideal herb for treating conditions involving sleep trouble, nerve damage, minor aches and pains, and the like.

What are the Negative Effects that you can expect from Belladonna?

Its side effects include dry mouth, paranoia, dizziness, dry eyes, and anxiety (in that order). That means you’re likeliest to get cottonmouth but you’ll first suffer from paranoia and/or dizziness before ending up with dry eyes and anxiety.

Tips for Growing Belladonna

Unlike typical Sativa strains, the Belladonna has a faster flowering time (probably owing to its Indica genes). This has made the plant a favorite among growers since it showcases Sativa hardiness in the outdoors with the yield and flowering predictability of Indica. It can grow in various climates, but it has its highest outdoor yields in warmer places like California.