A strain that’s native to the True North Strong and Free, Black Tuna is a hybrid strain that’s hard to source outside of Canada. A blend between the strains Lamb’s Bread and Herojuana, there’s nothing fishy about Black Tuna that’ll turn you away from wanting to try it!
This bud’s light coloured foliage and rust coloured pistils make it almost as enticing as its effects. Known for its almost narcotic-like high, this strain will leave you relaxed and in a state of couch-lock like you’ve never experienced before.
With an average THC content between 17%-20%, this strain might not appear to offer much but with Black Tuna, there’s definitely more than meets the eye. Even with its minimal THC content, it’s advised that beginner tokers steer clear of this strain and head for calmer waters. While Black Tuna’s effects begin relatively mildly, it quickly dives deep into an ocean of sedation that’ll make it difficult to even stand up, let alone keeping your eyes open! This sedation is accompanied by a cerebral rush that’ll leave your head feeling like it’s buzzing with activity. As a sedative strain, this is perfect for tokers seeking relief from pain, inflammation and of course, insomnia. It’s also been reported that Black Tuna can stimulate appetite and also help users control depression, anxiety and stress. This strain’s flavors are a mix between fragrant spice and tartness, with some hints of surprising fishiness mixed in to create a unique and stimulating blend of flavours.
Why is this strain named after an oceanic fish? The rumour goes that this strain was named after the notorious “Black Tuna Gang,” a well-known group of cannabis smugglers that helped import copious amounts of weed to America from Colombia. While we’re not sure how true this urban myth turned legend is, one thing is for certain – this strain’s powerful effects are not to be trifled with.
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