Black Diamond | Strain | Quebec

aka Black Diamond OG, Black Diamond Kush

    thc 17.5
  • Calming 25% 25%
  • Energizing 85% 85%



  • Relaxed 79% 79%
  • Hungry 42% 42%
  • Happy 64% 64%
  • Euphoric 52% 52%
  • Uplifted 40% 40%

Helps with

  • Stress 36% 36%
  • Insomnia 24% 24%
  • Pain 30% 30%
  • Anxiety 26% 26%
  • Depression 29% 29%


  • Dry mouth 27% 27%
  • Dry eyes 14% 14%
  • Dizzy 4% 4%
  • Paranoid 5% 5%
  • Anxious 3% 3%

Black Diamond is a Northern California strain ideal for patients who need strong medication but still want to be active and sociable. A cross between Blackberry and Diamond OG, its flowers have a glittery trichome covering and purple coloring that make it a beautiful gem to look at. The strain’s aroma is musky and earthy, almost like a deep red wine. Black Diamond is known to cause fits of giggles and is a great strain for hanging out with friends or catching up on TV shows at home. This strain tends to make consumers extremely hungry, making it a good choice for those looking to increase their appetite (just make sure you have some snacks on hand).


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