Strains that are high in CBD content are becoming more and more popular as time goes on, and when you have the opportunity to cross some legendary strains in order to achieve such a bud, why not? At least that’s the logic at Second Generation Seeds, where the son of DJ Short crossed AC/DC with Blueberry. The result? Rosaberry, a sativa-dominant strain that often boasts a 2:1 CBD:THC ratio.
Most batches of Rosaberry will meet you with about 6% THC, and reports have indicated that her CBD potency ranges anywhere from 6% to 12%. Nugs might be small and dense, but they’re quite beautiful with purple and pink undertones and a fine dusting of white trichomes. As her name would suggest, this strain brings users a plethora of floral and berry notes, accented by a hint of sour lemon and a flavor of apple that almost borders on musk. Depending on your palate, you might find Rosaberry to be bright and welcoming for morning use, or she could potentially be a bit offputting with a mixture of sickly sweet sugar and rotten fruit.
Keep in mind that strains rich in CBD aren’t designed to get users high as a kite, although with 6% THC, there’s a good chance you’ll notice some psychedelic effects anyway. Many individuals report that this strain lifts their mood after just a few tokes, and while she can take a while to kick in, an overall sense of calm and joy will prevail. For some, the ability to focus on their task list is also enhanced, and even the desire to be more social will come through after a while. However, like any good hybrid will do, a sensation of relaxation often makes its way to the forefront of your experience, and while you probably won’t fall asleep, don’t be surprised if your motivation wanes slightly.
Seeds of Rosaberry have been found online for purchase but they don’t seem to be overly available, with most stores noting that they are sold out. For those who are able to make a purchase, get ready to feed these beauties without an end in sight! Although she does mature in a short 7 to 8 weeks indoors, this strain will take nutrients like a champ and leave you with buds that are heavy, dense, and full of resin.
Newer users who are interested in trying a light dose of THC might find that Rosaberry is ideal for them, as this strain will give a bit of a preview into what cannabis is all about. If you deal with physical pain or mental concerns, you may also consider giving this bud a toke or two, as she has been reported to offer therapeutic benefits as well.