Black Tuna: For Full Knock out Pain Relief
Parents: Herijuana and Lamb’s Bread THC: 18-23% | CBD: 1%
As pungent as it is effective, Black Tuna isn’t a strain for newbies. Although it doesn’t have a high THC content, the narcotic element of this strain will knock users back in their seats.
⦁ Pain Relief
⦁ Insomnia Relief
⦁ Soothes Headaches
⦁ Soothes Inflammation
⦁ Soothes Muscle Spasms
⦁ Dry Eyes
⦁ Dry Mouth
The Black Tuna Experience
Fun fact: Black Tuna isn’t named for its taste or smell but after a Colombian drug-smuggling gang in the 1970s. Although the THC content of this strain isn’t particularly high, you’ll find that doesn’t affect much about its appeal. The smell, however, might. Though the flavors are rich in spice and tartness, the aromas lean toward funky and almost putrid. The spiciness of the smoke tends to balance that out, though. Rest assured, these sage and purple colour buds are well worth the try.
The strength of this bud is largely described as narcotic, and because of this, it is not recommended for beginners and even some intermediate smokers. The high begins relatively easy going, then quickly dives into a hard and loopy state. It will be nearly impossible to keep your eyes open, or even steady for that matter, after just a few minutes. This cerebral rush ebbs and flows through the high that can sometimes last for hours.
Black Tuna is a heavy sedative and therefore is beneficial for sufferers of chronic pain, pain due to injury, inflammation, and even insomnia. In some cases, a user’s appetite can greatly increase and as a result, it makes this strain great for the treatment of anorexia, lack of appetite, and other diseases, disorders; or syndromes where hunger can decrease dramatically.
Mental health issues and other mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, stress, bipolar, and some mild cases of PTSD are also manageable with Black Tuna, however, it should not be used as primary treatment.