Black Diamond Strain
My Grasshopper Cannabis Dispensary wants you to meet a new strain, meet this hybrid with predominantly indica DNA and it’s called Black Diamond.
Origin of Black Diamond
It is a cross of Diamond OG, an OG Kush-derived hybrid, and flavour-engineered Blackberry.
Whiff, Taste & Puff
This Bud inherits the parent strain Blackberry’s deep berry scent after being properly cured. These also have an undercurrent that is earthy and damp upon closer inspection. Meanwhile, the blooms release a nutty, toasted scent when they are broken up or ground.
This weed burns to a very smooth smoke for an indica, leaving behind a taste of berries and wood on the exhale. Notably, Black Diamond lacks any discernible grape flavour; this is because the pigments that highlight the purple hues of the leaves have no equivalent impact on the flavour of the plant.
This strain delivers a strong, sedative high that sets in relatively quickly with a floating core and heavy limbs. This strain is excellent for focus and conversation since it provides a potent, calming effect while preserving mental clarity.
The THC index for this indica has been calculated to range from 15% to 24%. In addition to its psychotropic strength, Black Diamond also has distinct bag appeal thanks to its rainbow blossoms and energising aroma.
Physical Features of Black Diamond
Medium to big flowers with an elongated, nearly cylindrical shape distinguish Black Diamond. The buds have the same firm, dense texture as other indica strains. The leaves are a light sage green colour, while the pistils are a light brown colour.
The strain also exhibits vivid streaks of purple in some of its phenotypes, which are caused by anthocyanin pigments that were induced by freezing temperatures during the growing phase.
These beautiful flowers are covered in icy white trichomes, which give them an extremely sticky texture and make it challenging to break them up by hand.