The strain is mouthwatering to say the least. Not only are the buds beautiful, but they are scrumptious at the same time. The buds are not as dense as any other strain you may have already come across, but they are brilliantly bred to produce hues of purple covered with white crystals and bright orange hairs. The aroma is intoxicating, as it is quite fruity with a hint of earth. There is a pretty good reason why the strain is referred to as Blackberry. It tastes amazing and smooth just like a bowl of fruit. If you are looking for a daytime strain, you should not look any further. Blackberry offers a body and cerebral high that will overwhelm you in no time. Furthermore, you will feel more energetic and talkative all the while feeling incredibly social. On the other hand, Blackberry is equally effective at treating several medical conditions including stress, depression, and anxiety. Additionally, due to its body numbing effects, it is perfect for patients suffering from chronic aches and pain as well.
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Indica THC: 15% – 20%, CBN: 1% Cheese is a vibrant emerald-coloured bud of relaxing medical marijuana, which is brightened by florescent orange hair that covers the bud. It has a fruity berry aroma with a CBD level of 0.73 per cent and high levels of THC: 15-20%. It belongs to the Indica variety of strains and is farmed in the UK. Cheese…
Sherbert, also known as “Sherbet”, “Sherbert OG”, “Sunset Sherbet”, and “Sunset Sherbert” is an indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing Girl Scout Cookies with Pink Panties. This strain exhibits powerful, full-body effects that are elevated by a jolt of cerebral energy and carefree state of mind. Sherbet boasts a THC level of 18% and may be overwhelming to novice cannabis consumers. The…