Berry White might be a bit powerful for the first-time user, depending on how it was cultivated, with THC levels ranging from 19% to 25%. However, the results are virtually identical, with the exception of severity.
The scents and flavour are still very blueberry, piney, and flowery with undertones of sour lemon and unripe berries. The buds are large and popcorn-shaped, with light olive and deep blue as the base hues. Some variation in colour occurs when breeding, from completely blue to richly purple, with bright orange hairs and a thick layer of crystal trichomes for contrast.
Berry White, despite its Indica roots, is influenced by both Indica and Sativa genes, thus producing effects that are more comparable to a hybrid than a pure strain. The soothing effects of this strain provide complete euphoria while soothing your body and muscles.
A warm tingling sensation fills the body after the initial head rush, soothing you into a meditative state while allowing the stimulants in the strain to take effect. This stimulates creativeness and, more often than not, the munchies.
The strain’s smoothness makes it extremely easy to overindulge, so be advised that higher dosages will induce those light feelings of drowsiness to become full-fledged sleep.
Berry White is a popular supplement for those suffering from chronic pain, insomnia, and other ailments. It’s also been used to treat depression and anxiety.
Remember that what works for others may not work for you. Educating yourself and performing cautious testing will aid in your exploration. The indicated THC and CBD ranges are based on estimates provided by the producer. Cannabis is an agricultural product, and crop yields and batches can vary.