Black Mamba’s History, Appearances & Terpenes
BestBudz presents you Black Mamba (60% Indica/40% Sativa) created through crossing Granddaddy Purple x Black Domina. Famously known for its dark purple appearance and matching taste, as well as its long-lasting effects, Black Mamba is named after the deadly African snake that so famously featured in George Orwell’s Burmese Days. Luckily, instead of being absolutely massive and dripping with deadly poison, the only characteristic that they share other than their name is their strength.
Black Mamba’s deep forest green leaves and dark purple covered flowers make it a magical looking plant that sets it apart those of other strains. The plant’s leaves have a distinct arrow shape to them that adds a certain elegance to the plant, alongside the purple tones. This strain has its own unique aroma on first smelling it, mixing sour-sweet grape with a rich, woody pine that works together to create an earthy smell that is eerily reminiscent of the fresh summer air in a wide open park.
The flavor starts out very similar to its aroma, though it is slightly sweeter than its smell would lead you to believe. There is a robust and fruity grape juice taste as a result of the terpenes found within the oils of the plant. This instant burst of sweetness is dulled with time as an earthy, woody taste takes its place and the smoke fills your lungs, leaving you with a sense of calm.
Black Mamba is most commonly used by those who suffer from depression and anxiety, helping them to reach a state of mindfulness and relaxation.
Another common reason for taking Black Mamba is the clear-headed and lucid focus effects that have been found to help people with ADHD, helping them to focus on tasks and making it easier to engage with those around them for more extended periods of time. Black Mamba can be used to help you work through tasks and projects that require a deeper level of focus than you can achieve alone and is perfect for days when you absolutely need to be productive.
BestBudz advises our customers to consult with their medical professionals for cannabis consumption.