Berry White Review

Berry White is a hybrid Indica-dominant strain (claimed by some to be pure) that’s also known by avid marijuana partakers by its other name, White Berry. It’s the crossbreed offspring of Blueberry and White Widow. This berry strain’s main claim to fame is its even, balanced effects when it comes to euphoric highs and relaxing stones. You won’t get too couch-locked but you won’t end up excessively stimulated either.

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It’s all about euphoric relaxation. Berry White is also further  characterized by its sweet, sour, earthy, and blueberry (of course) aromas. The flowers of this plant has a pine and light sour berry smell to them. Meanwhile, it’s characterized by its blue coloring with a layer of orange hairs. It also has a fresh flavor similar to its own scent (which is different from cannabis plants that have different smells and tastes).

Berry White Weed Strain Specifications

Type: Indica-Sativa hybrid (Indica dominant)
Flowering Period: 50 days (7 weeks)
Climate: Continental
Yield: Moderate
Flavors: Sweet, spicy, pine, blueberry, berry
THC Level: 19-25%
Height: Medium
Growing Difficulty: Beginner

What are the Effects of Berry White?

The Berry White strain will leave you relaxed, euphoric, happy, uplifted, and creative. It’s also quite cerebral with the way it keeps you on an upbeat and motivated mood that may lead to creative pursuits (in music, art, literature, and elsewhere) or conversation and sociability. The buzz lasts from 1 to 3 hours.

What are the Medical Benefits of Berry White?

Berry White can verily treat or alleviate issues like stress, depression, (mild to chronic) pain, insomnia, and fatigue. It’s also useful in the treatment of migraines, headaches, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and ADD/ADHD. It’s primarily a stress reliever.

What are the Negative Effects that you can expect from Berry White?

The negative side effects of Berry White includes your typical dry mouth or cotton mouth, paranoia, anxiety, dry eyes, and dizziness.

Tips for Growing Berry White

It’s easy to grow Berry White but not in the sense that it can give out huge yields with basic gardening skills. It’s naturally inclined to only provide moderate yields indoors (16 ounces per meter squared) or outdoors (18 ounces per plant). It grows best in a warm, dry outdoor climate with a lot of suns.