Dark Angel marijuana seeds are ideal for newbie growers because they can be grown easily, and also it has a stable Sativa and Indica qualities. An amazing cannabis strain for moderate pain relief or gentle relaxation while granting your mind to explore. This cannabis strain usually has a dark shade of green leaves and generates flowers that are trichome rich with THC levels that could get up to 20%. Dark Angel strain has a terpene profile with a hint of nutmeg and coffee.

All About Dark Angel Strain

Having the stable characteristics of Sativa and Indica, Dark Angel marijuana seed provides you a flavor of the best of all time. This cannabis strain is categorized as an easy growing and can provide yielding and growing a beautiful amount of resin-rich buds both outdoors and indoors. This is the ideal strain for you if you are just new to growing marijuana.

Dark Angel strain is the outcome of the crowd’s favorite Jack Herer and Cheese. Once grown indoors, this strain can give you around 550 grams of trichome-filled flavor. While grown outdoors, you can assume yields up to 350 grams.

This cannabis strain is mainly used to relieve moderate and minor body pain. The body rush caused by Dark Angel cannabis strain is assured to keep you couch-lock for several hours as your mind can think clearly and can explore.

Dark Angel strain is great to be around if you would like to soothe aching muscle or calm your mind or you’re just into deep relaxation. This cannabis plant is also very flexible. It has a high THC content, and with a great amount of CBD of 0.4%, that describes the effect of this cannabis plant at odds with some bodily ailments.

Dark Angel Statistics

Aroma : Nutty, Earthy, Coffee, Pungent
Flavor : Lemon, Hazelnut, Sweet, coffee,
Effects : Head rush, Happy, Introspective, Body High
May Relieve: Stress, Anxiety, Muscle Spasms, Chronic Pain
Growing : Easy
Flowering Time : 8 Weeks
Indica/Sativa : 50% Indica and Sativa
THC : Medium THC (15-20%)
CBD : 1.10%
CBN: 0.30%
Yield : Up to 550grams indoor/350grams outdoor
Genetics : Cheese and Jack Herer