Cannabis has been known for many years for its recreational use and for giving people the opportunity to experience different sensations due to its brain effect. There are more negative than positive references to it, which has led to restrictions on its use worldwide.
Fortunately, thanks to research, the situation has been changing. Its effectiveness in medicine has been proven, reinforcing the theory of our ancestors who used cannabis to cure diseases and for all kinds of therapeutic activities. This has resulted in its recognition in various countries, which have legalized its therapeutic use.
In fact, cannabis has been applied as a palliative treatment for patients suffering from cancer and HIV, for injuries, severe pain, appetite problems, and Alzheimer’s disease. Likewise, it is used in the psychological area to treat children with ADHD, to improve nervous diseases, insomnia, anxiety and depression.
One of the cannabis seed varieties that has a powerful effect, both physical and cerebral is the Mamba Negra Autoflowering, which is born from the cross between Skunk XXL Auto, rudelaris and Tangie, all are characterized by being abundant, resinous and of great production.
It stands out for being an automatic strain, easy to grow, resistant, with 70 days of flowering, as well as of great production (up to 120g/m2) and predominance of Indica 60% / Sativa 40%, ideal to be cultivated both indoors and outdoors.
The Mamba Negra Autoflowering has a taste that goes from citrus to an earthy and sweet background. What is its effect? Well, it has a powerful and narcotic effect on the body and brain, starting with a pleasant sensation that includes psychoactive and relaxing reactions.
Furthermore, as it is a photo-dependent plant, the more it is consumed, the more it relaxes and minimizes functional capacities. You will literally be lying on the couch.
Likewise, thanks to its THC levels (17-23%) and low CBD (0.05-0.10%), it is an option to be used in therapeutic and medicinal treatments especially in relation to sleep disorder, personality disorders, attention deficit, stress, depression, and anxiety.