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.
With somewhat of a range in THC levels, anywhere from 19% to 25%, Berry White can be a bit strong for the inexperienced user depending on how it was bred. Though in any case, the effects remain pretty much the same, just the severity varies. The flavors and aromas, however, remain consistently blueberry, piney, and floral with hints of sour lemon and unripe berries. The buds are large and popcorn-shaped with light olive and deep blue as the base colors. Breeding causes some variation in color ranging from totally blue to richly purple, but always with bright orange hairs and a thick layer of crystal trichomes for contrast.
Medical patients love Berry White for its healing properties, namely the ability to combat insomnia and chronic pain. The sedative properties in the strain give it the perfect punch to tackle even the most stubborn aches and let you feel restful at a time where your brain may normally keep you up. For mental health issues, Berry White is a great strain for treating symptoms of depression, chronic stress, anxiety, and even minor cases of PTSD. These qualities make Berry White a great medical marijuana strain.
In spite of its purely indica roots, Berry White tends to be influenced by both indica and sativa and thus gives off effects that are more similar to a hybrid than a pure strain. The mindful nature of this strain offers complete euphoria while relaxing the body and soothing down your muscles. After the initial head rush, a warm tingle fills the body, easing you into a meditative state and allowing for the stimulants of the strain to kick in. This induces a bit of creativity and more often than not, the munchies. The main negative effect reported by consumers of this Berry White cannabis strain is the cotton mouth. Cottonmouth is hard to avoid with a large number of available strains on the market, so this isn’t a huge deal breaker for an experienced cannabis consumer like myself.
Berry White is an indoor-outdoor strain that has an unspecified flowering time with some users reporting a shorter period of around 7 weeks and others saying it is a long show of patience and closer to 10 weeks.
Overall, Berry White is a versatile strain that can be used day or night. Berry White is sought after for its healing effects for patients with chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Let us know how you like it in the comments below!