Black Fire is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It has 70% indica and 30% Sativa. It is a cross between WiFi bx1 (also known as White Fire OG) and an unknown Afghani strain. Black Fire has balanced effects on the body and mind, while gently stimulating the mind it causes full muscle relaxation on the body. It has 15% -22% THC and 1% CBD. It was created by the renowned breeders Ethos Genetics.
The aroma of Black Fire is pungent in a way that it can be ignored. This is not a strain to keep under wraps as the smell will fill up the room soon as you expose the buds. The appearance is classic of sativas, with dense and frosty buds perched on short stems. The leaves lie low and are large and dark green.
Black Fire is a cup winning strain that has several therapeutic uses. It’s very relaxing on the body and has mildly stimulating cerebral effects. Patients have used it to treat chronic stress and depression. It also works well in the treatment of pain. It’s a strain that can be enjoyed by old and new users alike. Because of the sedative effects, its better taken in the evening or at night.
Black Fire is a hybrid strain that was created by Ethos genetics. Ethos Genetics is behind the creation of many hybrid strains such as Banana Hammock, Cali Dragon, Lemon OG, Mandarin Cookies and many others.
Black Fire was created by crossing WiFi bx1 with an unknown Afghani strain.
Black Fire is a feel-good strain; with moderate amounts of THC, it induces a deep sense euphoria and relaxation. New patients take note, Black Fire may be overpowering if taken too much too fast. It is advisable to start with small doses and allow your body and mind to adjust as you progress.
As the high sets in, you will become more chitty chatty than usual, you will also feel tingly and may experience a burst in creativity. This new energy and increased focus can be channeled towards something creative.
The body relaxation that comes with Black Fire is one to look forward to. It’s a mix of deep muscle relaxation and slumber, the kind that makes you want to stay awake in bed thinking. Your body feels healed of pain and excess fatigue and you wish for this feeling to stick around. This strain is good for night time use as eventually, you will fall asleep. The sleep triggered by this strain deep and may not involve dreams. When you wake up in the morning you will feel well-rested and refreshed.
Patient Reported Positive Effects
- Increased focus
- Increased creativity
Patient Reported Negative Effects
- Dry eyes
Patient Reported Rare Negative Effects
Medical Benefits of Black Fire
Patients have reported that Black Fire can treat the following medical conditions:
Black Fire has high THC levels of up to 22%. This is useful for addressing musculoskeletal pain such as back pain, ligament sprains, and spasms. It is also useful in addressing inflammation pain such as in fibromyalgia, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
The uplifting cerebral effects caused by this strain are useful in the treatment of major depressive disorders. A depressed person who usually experiences low moods, worry, anxiety, mistrust, and fear will feel relaxed and at peace after taking Black Fire. They will also be helped to increase their focus and be able to accomplish tasks and projects.
Black Fire is useful in stimulating appetite as well as suppressing nausea and vomiting. Patients who struggle to eat or keep down food can be able to overcome this by taking a few clouds of smoke of Black Fire. It can also be used in the management of anorexia.
Black Fire has the following terpenes: myrcene, ocimene, humulene, pinene, limonene, terpinolene, and caryophyllene. Even though the cannabis plant has more than 200 terpenes, only about 30 have been well studied. They also happen to be the most abundant terpenes, with myrcene leading the pack.
Terpenes play a crucial role in facilitating the pollination of plants because they produce scents that attract insect pollinators. Cannabis, however, is a wind-pollinated plant. Other than this, terpenes have therapeutic properties that can be taken advantage of by people seeking healing from cannabis.
Here are some of the benefits offered by terpenes present in Black Fire:
Myrcene: This terpene has anti-inflammatory properties that support the treatment of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Linalool: Mostly known for its mood-elevating properties, linalool helps in treating depression.
Caryophyllene and Humulene: These terpenes have structural similarities but they act in different ways. They both have anti-inflammatory properties.
Pinene: This terpene can help to ease symptoms of asthma.
Ocimene: This terpene is a mood-enhancer, decongestant, and expectorant.
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