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Purple Berry

Typical effects include Sedated

Typical Effects

Sedated
Sedated
Focused
Focused
Sleepy
Sleepy

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Migraines
Migraines
Pain
Pain

About Purple Berry

Purple Berry is a fruity, potent strain descended from two taste-focused favorites. This indica-dominant hybrid is the product of Blueberry and Grandaddy Purple and carries all of its predecessors’ sweetness and robust flavor. On top of these perks, Purple Berry offers an enduring sedative high that’s just the thing for unwinding after a long day. The colorful strain has been found to have between 10% and 22% THC.

Purple Berry’s buds are a visual delight. The flowers are medium to stunningly large in size and adhere in a tapered formation, rounded at the end, somewhat like miniature bullets. These buds are uniformly dense and compact, with their leaves spiral tightly inward toward their central stems. The leaves themselves are a true highlight, showing off mottled patterns of mossy green and deep indigo. Any lavender hues are the result of a pigment called anthocyanin, which can express blues and purples when agitated by cold weather during the growing process. Finally, a high concentration of glassy trichomes gives Purple Berry’s flowers a very sticky texture and a silvery sheen.

When properly cured, Purple Berry gives off an unmistakably berry-tinged sweetness. Lurking underneath this bright aroma is an herbal character, with some notes of mint and sage. Meanwhile, grinding up these tight buds gives off a subtle earthy musk. When burnt in a pipe or a joint, this strain gives off a smooth and fruity smoke that tastes like sweet berries on the exhale, with a faint aftertaste of potpourri.

Purple Berry’s mellow high reveals itself in stages, first manifesting as a mounting pressure around the eyes temples. Some smokers also report a flushing in the cheeks and a stimulation of the salivary glands. These odd sensations are soon met with changes in awareness. Some sights or sounds can take on a new dimension or intensity. Warped depth perception is also commonly reported. In these early stages, atmospheric media like a favorite album or a trippy movie can be powerful sensory experiences. While some users may fall into a pattern of sped-up, freely-associative thinking, Purple Berry typically has a more low-key effect on the brain, making smokers dreamy and easily confused. As the high progresses, Purple Berry also continues to work on the body, dissolving any lingering tension and facilitates deep, even breathing. This laid-back vibe is right at home in intimate social situations, sparking camaraderies and conversations when shared with like-minded friends. Don’t plan on plowing through a mountain of work or a long to-do list under this strain’s influence. Instead, consider it a happy hour treat or a midnight snack to soothe your tightly-wound mind. It should go without saying that Purple Berry is a strain best reserved for luxurious nighttime -- and even bedtime -- enjoyment.

Purple Berry’s calming, restorative effects can have many applications for medical cannabis patients as well. It can temporarily take the edge off of harsh symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. Physiologically speaking, it can also soothe pain, acting as a balm on sore muscles as well as an analgesic for chronic, disease-related pain. Purple Berry may also take care of lesser irritations, like headaches and nausea. In high enough doses, this strain can lull even insomniacs into a deep and fulfilling sleep. Because it doesn’t have the cerebral intensity of strains that lean more sativa, Purple Berry is a good option for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.

Unfortunately, seeds of Purple Berry are not available for sale online. Prospective home growers should obtain clippings for mature, healthy plants of the strain in order to foster genetically identical “clones.” Purple Berry can be grown indoors or out, although successful indoor cultivation calls for a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The strain’s plants grow short and bushy with strong lateral branching and can be easily accommodated indoors. Purple Berry flowers within 8 weeks when grown indoors. Finally, indoor growers concerned with discretion should invest in odor control measures like carbon air filters, as this can be a very pungent grow.

Purple Berry can be a true treat for cannabis connoisseurs, especially purveyors of purple strains. If you’re planning on enjoying it in public, make sure you bring enough to share.


Common Usage

Depressed4/10

Migraines10/10

Pain2/10

Anxiety8/10

Typical Effects

Sedated4/10

Focused10/10

Sleepy2/10

Relaxed8/10

Creative6/10

THC Content

Highest Test22%

Strain Average18.5%

Indica Average12.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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