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About Ogre Berry
What some may consider to be a mecca of cannabis cultivation, the Mendocino County area has produced yet another stellar bud in Ogre Berry. Crafted at HappyDay Farms by breeding Ogre with Island Strawberry Afghani, the team there ended up with an insanely potent bud in more ways than one. Proceed with caution is all we can really say.
Ogre Berry often reaches a 28% THC level, so tell your inexperienced friends to stay at home for this one. Her buds are lumpy and very dark with deep amber pistils and bright white trichomes that resemble a coating of sand. Both her flavors and aromas are very similar with a blend of notes that’s certainly an acquired taste. Citrus, skunk, and diesel mingle in a way that’s sometimes sweet and sometimes sour and ultimately leaves you wondering what the heck you just smoked.
Although she’s such a heavily indica-dominant bud, Ogre Berry brings a ton of powerful cerebral effects to the party. Users are infused with a super-strong sense of euphoria right off the bat and tend to turn everything into a joke if they have the chance. This energetic vibe does lend itself well to certain tasks, although we certainly wouldn’t recommend this as a daytime strain. As the high starts to mellow, introspection and tingles come on in full force, leaving you hungry, happy, and then very, very sleepy.
Even strains with minimal levels of CBD can work wonders for medical issues, especially if they’re as potent as Ogre Berry often is. Her high is so incredibly positive that individuals who struggle with stress and depression can’t help but to crack a smile, and physical ailments of many varieties are knocked out by her sheer strength. For some, this strain can help to fight fatigue, especially in the early stages of her high, but most end up getting a good night of sleep instead.
Ogre Berry sounds like the perfect strain for many smokers, but unfortunately, the fun stops here. HappyDay Farms has chosen to keep her genetics all to themselves and therefore doesn’t make seeds or clones available for purchase. They’re committed to sustainable growing and want users to always have a consistent product, so we can’t really knock them for that.
If you live in California, you’ll have an easy time finding Ogre Berry at your local dispensary, but residents in other parts of the country may not be so lucky. When you do end up getting your hands on some, start off very slowly, even if you know your tolerance well. Try this strain toward the later part of the afternoon to enjoy a little burst of energy and then succumb to her relaxing vibes on the couch or even in bed.