Plushberry is suitable for recreational and medical users due to its balanced Sativa/Indica levels and the THC/CBD ratio. Most people will enjoy it due to its distinct and unique flavor profile and its reliable effect, which is relaxing and calming, yet uplifting.
This strain is a balanced hybrid, 50/50 Sativa and Indica, although batches vary slightly. Some are Indica-dominant and some are Sativa-dominant. A cross between Black Cherry Soda and Space Queen, THC levels range between 17 and 20 percent and the CBD level is about 0.4 percent.
Bred by TGA Seeds, this strain is colorful with purple dominating the large buds, accented by orange hairs, nice crystals, and ample resin. The taste is one of berries - blackberries, blueberries, raspberries. The smoke is full-bodied and goes down easily, tasting sweet enough to partake in all day.
Recreational users choose this strain if they want to feel good without getting trippy and locked to the couch. The balanced profile will produce a cerebral high while the body melt creeps in slowly.
Medical users with severe conditions should find another strain, one rich in CBD, anywhere from 3 to 10 percent. Patients with mild to moderate conditions will enjoy the body melt and mild sedation of Plushberry, accompanied by a low-level high that won’t interfere with the day to day.
People grow this strain in and out and also in the greenhouse. Indoors, it does well in a hydroponic system. It should grow relatively tall and be densely populated with purple accented leaves. Plushberry has a couple of phenotypes – one will grow as mentioned – tall, while another grows smaller and bushier. Some growers report that clones do not grow as tall as the mother plant.
Expect to see some vibrant colors among the leaves and buds, colors like pink, purple, and yellow. The flowering period begins at 55 to 60 days, below average for cannabis plants. With proper care, expect a medium to heavy yield. Hash makers should like this plant due to the heavy resin production of this strain.
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