The Dark Angel Seeds have both Sativa and Indica characteristics. It is also easy to grow even for a first-time marijuana grower. This particular strain is great to use when you’re just chilling at home or perhaps in need of a moderate pain relief, while allowing your mind to do a bit of exploration. The leaves have a dark green and minimal appearance while the nuggets are compact with the THC crystals and aromas of nutmeg and coffee.


  • Type: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Growing: Easy
  • Flowering Time: 8 Weeks
  • Indica/Sativa: 50% Indica/Sativa
  • Effect: Full Body Stone
  • THC: Medium THC
  • THC%: 17.19%
  • CBD: 0.4%
  • CBN: 2.0%
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Yield: Up to 550gr indoor/350gr out
  • Genetics: Cheese X Jack Herer


The Dark Angel Seeds is easy to grow. Simple materials just like paper towel, plastic bag and just a cup of water can help this strain grow to its usual size. If you want to speed up the seed germination process, just put it in a dark and room temperature location.

Medical Use

The Dark Angel Seeds has a relatively high THC content since it is both a Sativa and an Indica. Based on its THC content, it can be helpful for people who are suffering from loss of appetite, arthritis and having poor concentration. It usually has high medical benefits due to its balance between the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and the CBD (cannabidiol).

This strain can also provide the user a feeling of cheerfulness and a peaceful mind. It can be used for treating several conditions such as muscle and body pain, nausea, headache, and depression. For women, this can be great in alleviating the pain that is associated with PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome). This will also be beneficial for anyone who is suffering from Dravet syndrome that causes epileptic seizures.

Another beneficial effect that this strain can provide is for people who are suffering from cancer. The Dark Angel can provide numbing effects that can help alleviate the pain that is caused by the cancer cells. It will even relax the muscles and lessen the stress that cancer patients usually felt.

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