A pleasurable and relaxing smoke, Blackberry is a relatively easy grow that yields a large amount of flowers. You’ll be kissing your worries goodbye in a cloud of fruity smoke after trying out this hybrid.
Heritage & Genetics: Blackberry is a dual citizen; her mother is from the U.S. and her father is from the Netherlands. Nirvana Seeds used a clone of Black Domina (indica) from Seattle, U.S.A. and crossed it with their very own Raspberry Cough (sativa) to create this special strain and ensure top quality. This excellent combo yields a sativa-like indica strain with large harvests that are fun to grow
Flavor & Aroma: Blackberry’s namesake is the strongest fragrance in her smoke, but earthy notes make themselves known as well. You’ll taste gassy diesel and a bit of hash-y sweetness when you exhale. Her smoke lingers and leaves a pungent fruity smell in the air so be prepared if you’re smoking outside of your home.
Effect: Blackberry is a rare 50/50 strain that gives the user a sativa-like high. She relaxes, calms, and increase your positivity. She’ll restore your sense of humor and make you feel like laughing at silly things. This makes Blackberry the ideal strain for social gatherings, daytime relaxation or just unwinding in the evenings.
Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite, reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
Grow characteristics: Make sure you have a well-ventilated set-up if you’re going to grow Blackberry. Her scent is difficult to disguise without a tent and carbon scrubber. You’ll get the best yields from an indoor grow-op. For a 50% sativa, Blackberry yields a hefty amount, and you can expect frosty, purple-ish buds in around 7-9 weeks, an amazing turnaround for a sativa hybrid. Blackberry doesn’t grow too high, and therefore you can make the most out of a relatively compact set-up.