When you cross two incredible parents, what kind of a strain do you think might result? The team at DNA Genetics wanted to test this idea and after breeding Blueberry with OG Kush, Kushberry came into existence. This indica-dominant bud offers great effects and while it’s suited for recreational use, most individuals turn to this strain for medicinal purposes.
A consistent experience awaits with an average of 22% THC, with nugs that are quite large and dark in color. They’re covered in very wiry pistils and dusted with a delicious looking layer of white trichomes. Upon lighting up you’ll be enveloped with a scent that blends citrus, earth, and wood and while these elements carry through to her flavor as well, a definite note of flowers will also linger on your tastebuds.
One of the more balanced hybrids to ever hit the market, Kushberry begins with a super strong cerebral experience that could border on being too intense for some. Users will feel euphoric and slightly giggly, all while reveling in their newfound joy. If you feel like you’re about to go over the edge, keep holding on because soon you’ll come crashing down with a delightful relaxing sensation. This helps to balance your mental space without making you overly sedated, however, newer users may find that all effects tend to be a bit too intense for their liking.
Ideally used in medical applications, Kushberry is perfect for unwinding at the end of a long day. If you smoke enough of it, insomnia will soon become a thing of the past, and the way it soothes inflammation and muscle spasms is second to none. Like many other hybrids, this bud is great for general aches and pains including headaches and cramps and deals with stress and depression like a champ.
Home cultivators will likely love Kushberry as she’s a relatively easy plant to grow, but that doesn’t mean you should throw all caution to the wind either. This strain ends up rather short and stalky, making it a great choice for smaller indoor spaces. However, Mediterranean climates are best, and it’s recommended that you use Sea of Green methods to increase her yield. After about 8 to 9 weeks, you’ll be ready to reap a harvest that will likely hold you over for quite some time.
For those who can handle their bud, Kushberry is the perfect choice for dulling aches and pains while offering some fun psychoactive effects at the same time. Newbies may want to have a friend smoke with them just to make sure they don’t drift off into the vast expanse of the universe during their high, however more experienced users will get along just fine with this tasty strain.