Black Tuna Strain Review
Black Tuna is bred by 5 Star Organic and cannabis users have little information about it. This great strain has awesome flavor and effects but most information such as yield, height, growing guide, and flowering time has not been disclosed by the breeders. One thing we know though is that it is a delicious hybrid – and it doesn’t smell anything like fish. Black Tuna is a very potent strain that is not advisable for beginners or moderate cannabis users. The buds of Black Tuna strains are dense and has dark purple hues. To make things more interesting, 5 Star Organic is selling Black Tuna in tuna cans. This strain is a cross between Lamb’s Bread and Herojuana.
Type: Balanced-Hybrid Strain, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica
Flavors: Woody, earthy, skunky, pungent, spicy, herbal
THC Level: 18% to 23%
Growing Difficulty: Classified
What are the Effects of Black Tuna?
Cannabis users who have tried Black Tuna claimed that the strain induces narcotic effects. It then leads to full mind and body melt. You need to be very careful when taking Black Tuna since this can trigger laziness and can make you feel sleepy. If you don’t want to get couch locked, then it is recommended that you don’t choose Black Tuna. Since Black Tuna has loads of sedative properties, it relaxes your body.
What are the Medical Benefits of Black Tuna?
Black Tuna is an excellent strain for people who are suffering from depression. Since it is effective in uplifting your mood, expect anxiety, fatigue, and depression to go away. You can also use Black Tuna if you are suffering from migraines, headaches, and chronic pain. Black Tuna can also relieve tinnitus, PTSD, mood swings, and even gastrointestinal disorder.
What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Black Tuna?
Negative effects of Black Tuna include dryness of eyes and mouth.
Tips for Growing Black Tuna
Not much information is disclosed regarding how to cultivate Black Tuna. But just like any other cannabis strain, it is critical that you are able to provide the right light, temperature, and humidity. Don’t go overboard when watering or supplying nutrients to your Black Tuna plants.