Berry white strain

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The Berry White Strain is a hybrid strain that is the offspring of parents of near-celebrity status in the cannabis world: Blueberry and White Widow. Berry is famous in its own right for its even, balanced effects that offer relaxation from stress and anxiety along with a sense of euphoria. This strain is perfect for inspiring an upbeat mood and may lead to conversation and creative pursuits. This plant’s flowers have a light sour berry and pine smell and a fresh taste similar to their scent. They generally have a strong blue coloring contrasted by orange hairs.

Up to 20-22% THC

 

Flavours: BerrySweetEarthy

Effects: RelaxedHappyEuphoricUpliftedHungry

Medical Benefits: StressPainDepressionInsomniaLack of Appetite

Berry white strain

Berry White is a hybrid strain that is the offspring of parents of near-celebrity status in the cannabis world: Blueberry and White Widow. Berry is famous in its own right for its even, balanced effects that offer relaxation from stress and anxiety along with a sense of euphoria. This strain is perfect for inspiring an upbeat mood and may lead to conversation and creative pursuits. This plant’s flowers have a light sour berry and pine smell and a fresh taste similar to their scent. They generally have a strong blue coloring contrasted by orange hairs.

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 Berry White is a hybrid strain that is the offspring of parents of near-celebrity status in the cannabis world: Blueberry and White Widow. Berry is famous in its own right for its even, balanced effects that offer relaxation from stress and anxiety along with a sense of euphoria. This strain is perfect for inspiring an upbeat mood and may lead to conversation and creative pursuits. This plant’s flowers have a light sour berry and pine smell and a fresh taste similar to their scent. They generally have a strong blue coloring contrasted by orange hairs. Berry white strain

The Berry White strain is commonly referred to as Blue Widow or even White Berry depending on the grower and what seeds they used when growing the cannabis. This specific batch came to us labeled by the dispensary as Berry White.

Because there are three different names for the combination of the Blueberry (Indica) and White Widow (Hybrid) strains, it can be can be difficult for patients to know what the difference is, or if there is any difference at all.

However, it should be noted that the name itself means nothing. What’s more important is that your cannabis is lab tested so that you can keep track of cannabinoid and terpene profiles that best suit your individual needs.

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Berry White is an indica cannabis strain that bear dark green and vivid blue-hued buds that are covered in contrasting long, orange pistils. Its aroma and taste are similar to sour berries, often having an earthy herbal undertone and leaving a sweet aftertaste. Its name derives from its two parent strains.

The parent strains of Barry White are the indica Blueberry and hybrid White Widow.

Its THC content averages at 16% with some harvests reaping in at 22%. The high that Berry White Produces is often described as reducing anxiety and stress, eliminating many physical ailments, and producing an uplifted mood that doesn’t fog the mind. Reviewers have noted it can help ease social tension and make creative pursuits more pleasurable.  Berry white strain

Berry White does pose common ill side-effects, especially if consumed improperly. Many have reported small phases of paranoia, dizziness, anxiousness, and headaches. Start small, and consume with care.

Berry White takes only seven to eight weeks to harvest, perfect for cultivators with mild impatience.

Cannabis Strain Review: Berry White

Berry White is a 100% Indica-dominant hybrid strain and the offspring of Blueberry and White Widow. Blueberry is famous for its even, balanced effects that offer relaxation from stress and anxiety along with a sense of euphoria.

The THC level in this is between 19% – 25%

Let’s Take a Look Under the Microscope!!

Berry White buds have dense, popcorn shaped nugs that are a dark olive green with deep blue and rich purple undertones and a spattering of curly purple leaves. It is flecked with long thin dark olive green hairs and is absolutely caked in an almost overwhelming layer of thick crystal trichomes.

Let’s Smell It!!

Berry White has an aroma of tangy sweet blueberry.  The Berry White strain has a light sour berry and pine smell and a fresh taste similar to their scent. Berry white strain

The Berry White strain is commonly referred to as Blue Widow or even White Berry depending on the grower and what seeds they used when growing the cannabis.

Despite the dominance of the indica parentage the effects of Berry White have both Indica and Sativa properties leading to a balanced effect that offers relaxation and mind relief with a sense of euphoria.

Berry White is an ideal strain for treating conditions such as chronic pain and stress as well as insomnia. People will experience relief from minor aches and pains but those suffering from severe pain will likely find this strain useless. Berry White is most often used to alleviate depression, stress, anxiety, nausea, chronic migraines, and low appetite.

It’s a fast hitting high, leading to an immediate feeling of relaxation and a widespread warming sensation. These feelings peak after about an hour, before fading into freely flowing meditative thoughts and a feeling of mellow couch-lock and the munchies.

Berry White has common negative side effects, which include paranoia, anxiety, dizziness, and dry eyes and mouth. Berry white strain

Why Colorado Tokers Love Berry White

I’ve never been a big fan of Puff Daddy’s name changes. I stick with calling him Puff Daddy rather than P. Diddy, Puffy, Diddy or his latest and lamest attempt to stay relevant, Brother Love. In the weed world, Berry White (the strain, not the legendary baritone) has been given the Puff Daddy treatment, with Blue WidowBlue Venom and White Berry serving as alter-egos. All of those strains have the same genetics of Blueberry and White Widow, yet the offspring has at least four different names. So what gives?

Turns out the name depends on what part of the country you’re toking in. Berry White and White Berry are more popular monikers in Southern California and Oregon, while Blue Widow is more prevalent in Colorado, the Midwest and Canada. (Blue Venom is the least popular tag of the group.) Denver’s dispensary scene offers both Berry White and Blue Widow, but the lineages are generally the same. I stick with Berry White, just because I like the real Barry White’s velvety voice.

Berry White’s even-keeled high can work for any part of the day if you dose correctly, and that versatility comes in handy when you only have enough cash for an eighth. Enthusiasm and energy aren’t drained from the comedown, but focus and attention to detail sure are. Make sure you don’t have any important tasks left before you light up. Berry white strain

The strain carries a noticeable Blueberry tang and tartness, but it’s subdued by White Widow’s dull, grassy flavor and new pine and citrus notes — both welcome additions. While I’ve never enjoyed White Widow’s bland flavor profile, the Blueberry does a good enough job to counteract that without masking it entirely. Either way, its high can be molded to match your situation, and that’s not an easy trait to find.

Denver Kush ClubGood ChemistryKind MedsOasis Cannabis Superstores and The Green Solution have all carried the strain recently, though it might not always fall under the same name. Good Chemistry’s cut was extremely potent but low on flavor, with burned leaves still attached to its buds. Kind Meds has a tart, easy-riding version of the strain for $30 an eighth, but it’s only available to medical patients.

Looks: Although its heavy coat of trichomes would make any bud look brighter, Berry White has a lighter tone of forest green than its Blueberry parent, which pairs well with its rusty peach pistils. Nug structure is usually dense and cone-shaped, with a tendency to foxtail.

Smell: More sour than syrupy, Berry White’s scent starts with sweet berry aromas, followed by chalky notes of soil and a hint of citrus. Berry white strain

Flavor: Blueberry’s sweet flavors of dough and berries are present but diluted, with light tones of citrus and pine lingering at the end.

Effects: The high generally starts with a rush of creativity and motivation while also soothing the body. That body high overtakes the creative euphoria quickly, turning into a relaxed but still coherent state of bliss. Medical patients use the strain to treat anxiety, stress, depression, and stomach and muscle cramps.

Commercial grower’s take: “A mediocre strain with so many different names. It’s a decent yielder, and it only takes about seven weeks to bloom, so I can see how it’d be an attractive strain for dispensaries — but I’ve never thought much of its flavor. The high is decent for hybrid fans, but it tends to have a creeping effect, like when you don’t feel much at first, and then twenty minutes later — bam! You’re way too stoned. Be careful with this one, kids.” Berry white strain

Home grower’s take: “I call it Berry White, end of story. Anyway, it’s a pretty good strain for home growers who need to get something out in a relative pinch, because it doesn’t take that long to flower — seven, eight weeks, tops. It can get pretty tall with a few weeks left, so be sure to trim and top it effectively.”

Blue Widow, Berry White, or White Berry?

Stemming from legendary genetics, the Berry White strain (aka White Berry, Blue Widow) is an Indica-dominant hybrid that is often applauded for is subtle berry terpene profile and mellowing effects.

Berry White Strain: Blueberry X White Widow

The Berry White strain is commonly referred to as Blue Widow or even White Berry depending on the grower and what seeds they used when growing the cannabis. This specific batch came to us labeled by the dispensary as Berry White.

Because there are three different names for the combination of the Blueberry (Indica) and White Widow (Hybrid) strains, it can be can be difficult for patients to know what the difference is, or if there is any difference at all.

However, it should be noted that the name itself means nothing. What’s more important is that your cannabis is lab tested so that you can keep track of cannabinoid and terpene profiles that best suit your individual needs.

How Will The Berry White Cannabis Strain Affect Me?

I came across this batch of Berry White strain on my recent trip to SFVDM in Van Nuys, CA, and I was immediately intrigued by the colorful flowers. This batch had a slight blue tint, and was covered with a healthy dose of crystal-white trichomes, orange hairs. Berry white strain

The effects I experienced with this batch were strain are a bit complex. What I mean by this is that medicating in small quantities of Berry White seemed to affect my head almost exclusively, making me think this cut has a lot of Sativa influence. Larger quantities, however, brought about a prolonged full-body melt that reached its peak after about 1 hour. It was accompanied by a much stronger mind-warp, sure to leave me in a daze each time and every time.

Although the Berry White strain may not be the best choice for those in need of chronic pain relief, it could be ideal for those in search of relief from minor aches and muscle tension. Further, it may be beneficial in treating anxiety, providing relief for migraine headaches, and managing stress.

 

 

3 reviews for Berry white strain

  1. Ryan S (verified owner)

    Berry White put me in the couch vary relaxing

  2. Maxie (verified owner)

    10 out of 10 my new favorite strain. I bought an ounce out of curiosity and loved it so much I bought two more. The brand was “assembly flower” the taste and aroma of this strain is so invigorating, it is easily my favorite now. All batches had different THC %s 25.8 (29.01 total) ,24.89 (29.01 total) ,26.78 (29.01 total) I noticed the higher THC the more slinky and white widow it was. The lower one had more of the blueberry smell. It’s delicious! Definitely get your hands on this strain but please save some more for me and don’t drive up the prices! Haha

  3. Zachary. (verified owner)

    Berry White, very right!!

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