Blackberry Kush Cannabis Oil is an Indica prevalent hybrid, 80% India and 20% Sativa, making this an excellent choice for nighttime use. This oil was produced using Super Critical CO2 Extraction, making for a pure, clean oil. The color is like honey; the smell is a sweet, earthy spice. Hard to describe, but the scent is simply incredible.
Some of the effects reported from Blackberry Kush are:
- Feeling Very Relaxed
Patients report Blackberry Kush helps them relieve:
- Lack of appetite
60.73% THC and 2.94% CBD
- 1g $60.00
- 3.5g $200.00
Blackberry Kush Cannabis Oil
Blackberry Kush Cannabis Oil is a predominantly Indica strain with buds covered in thin red hair and many trichomes. A hint of purple, yellow and black across the green buds. Indica Heritage is displayed, making users feel an intense cowboy body high. Nonetheless, the strain still provides a strong sense of happiness and an improved mood. Users often report feeling a heavy start to munchies for boot. In addition to bloody eyes and dry mouth, BlackBerry Kush users have also experienced dizziness, headaches, and occasional anxiety.
The Indica features of the BlackBerry Kush seeds make it a top choice for many people with insomnia and chronic pain. Those same Indica effects make the strain suitable for night use. It is also heavily specified for those dealing with disorders that affect their ability to cope with stress, nervousness, and anxiety.
Blackberry Kush Effects
The exact origin of the Blueberry Kush is unknown, although most dispensaries estimate that the blackberry kush cartridge is about eighty percent Indica. Some say it was a cross between an Afghani, an authentic Indica, and a BlackBerry strain, while others say the Afghani was not a BlackBerry but a cross with DJ Short Blueberry. The Afghani was part of his father’s BlackBerry strain, which later hit Bubba Kush. Some think DJ Short Blueberry surpassed bubba Kush to make BlackBerry Kush.
The strain is excellent for internal growth for new cash harvesters due to its high yield and relative ease of development. Even novice farmers can expect up to 450 grams per 1000 watts or square meters.
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