Blackberry Kush Seeds
- 80% Indica 20% Sativa
- High THC levels up to 20%
- Perfect for indoors due to its compact size
- Blackberry taste and a euphoric effect
- Feminized seeds for guaranteed bud
Blackberry Kush is a powerful indica-dominant strain. This potent bud, with its unique fragrance, is a favorite strain among savvy smokers. Both recreational users and medical marijuana patients enjoy it for its euphoric effects. And, just like Blackberry Kush seeds suggests, this is one sweet-smelling strain.
|Plant type||80% Indica 20% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|Yields||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Berry | Earthy | Sweet|
Medical cannabis dispensaries recommend it to those suffering from various nervous conditions because of its relaxing components. This has kept the strain in high demand throughout the cannabis industry. The hybrid is a cross between Blackberry hybrid and Afghani indica. So, its makeup is 80% indica and 20% sativa.
The Blackberry Kush strain comes with a robust and skunky aroma that’s recognizable and renowned. With this strain, a little is all it takes to get you a euphoria that’s stronger than what the average cannabis delivers. This is because it contains 16% to 20% THC. Prepare yourself for a calm ride, that will help relieve your stress, as well as manage your chronic pain.
Blackberry Kush Strain Origin
Blackberry Kush is a strong indica dominant hybrid strain of marijuana. It composed of 80% indica and 20% sativa and originated in the California medical cannabis community.
This hybrid is a result of crossing Afghani indica and Blackberry strains. This beautiful dark purple bud has a sweet smell as the name suggests. It also has a THC of up to 20% and a CBD that ranges between 0.20% and 0.40%. This makes this marijuana stain a star among experienced smokers and recreational users alike.
Because of it powerful relaxation properties, this Kush strain is a hit on the medical cannabis market. It has remained a favorite in dispensaries and cannabis cafes since its introduction in the marijuana world.
Growing Blackberry Kush Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We also advise reading our germination instructions for guaranteed success sprouting your seeds.
Blackberry Kush Plants
Its growth difficulty is moderate making this plant manageable, but probably not good for first-timers. You may need to add nutrients for it to reach its maximum potential. This strain requires substantial magnesium feeding throughout its growth as well as nitrogen for better development of nodes.
The Blackberry Kush strain is also prone to spider mites and fungus. Yet, it’s resistant to molds. To prevent these problems, keep the canopy clear by pruning your plants. This strain prefers a low humidity and mild-to-warm climate of about 68 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Blackberry Kush can be grown indoors or outdoors. However, it is advisable to grow this plant indoors in an optimized setting. It very demanding when grown outside since it is affected by inclement weather.
Flowering & Yield
It takes about 8-9 weeks for this herb to flower when grown indoors. Outdoor cultivators can expect to harvest crops during mid-October. In terms of yield, it produces a moderate yield of about 14 ounces per square meter when indoors, and about 17 ounces per plant when grown outdoors.
Experiencing The Blackberry Kush Strain
Blackberry Kush is one of the best marijuana strains available on the medical cannabis market since its effects are so pleasant. This strain has an array of soothing effects, all of which begin to take effect almost immediately. It brings along a calming effect that can relieve stress and depression in a matter of minutes.
This indica-dominant marijuana is considered to be a heavy-hitter within the cannabis community. It contains some very effective anti-anxiety properties that truly help its user de-stress and unwind. Prepare to be gently guided into a laid-back, peaceful, serene mood, that will eventually lull you off to sleep.
Blackberry Kush is the perfect strain for relaxation, but it will also send you into a state of euphoric high leaving you uplifted. It can make anybody joyful and happy. Blackberry Kush is perfect for nighttime use after a long day.
One of the best things about this strain is that its reported side effects are very minimal. Its most common adverse reaction is dehydration, which leads to cotton mouth or dry mouth. Users can combat this by simply drinking lots of water and other fluids during and after smoking this weed.
This dehydration can also cause dry eyes. However, it generally doesn’t last very long. Some suggest using eye drops, which could also help with the red eyes caused by smoking cannabis.
Rarely, feelings of dizziness may occur which may lead to a headache. Excessive use of this marijuana may cause anxiety, which at times may leave the user feeling paranoid.
Blackberry Kush Taste & Smell
Blackberry Kush has a very distinct aroma that’s oh so sweet. As soon as it’s lit, the room is filled with the smell of sweet blackberry, much like a bowl of fresh, spiced berries. Its aroma is extremely pungent, but it’s also sweet, so it’s appetizing as well. It will tantalize you and leave your mouth watering with anticipation.
And, that unique sweetness doesn’t stop there. This strain tastes just like it smells. With this Kush, your tongue will experience a diesel-like, earthy flavor, cut with a very potent presence of sweet blueberry. With each and every toke, your palette is hit with the taste of berries. And, the sweet sensation will linger in your mouth way after your exhale is over.
Uses for Blackberry Kush
Blackberry Kush is very popular in dispensaries all over the world for helping to relieve and sometimes cure, different ailments and conditions.
This cannabis tends to make you hungry, often referred to by savvy users as “the munchies.” Such effects allow those with loss of appetite or chronic nausea to actually want to eat.