Those who love a good mystery will appreciate Wildberry, an indica-dominant strain that hails from Annunaki Genetics. While breeders themselves have stated that this bud is retired, there’s a chance that you could locate this gal at your local dispensary. Wildberry is a cross between Black Cherry Soda and Gorilla Biscuit and is said to bring an amazing set of relaxing effects.
Not for the faint of heart, Wildberry’s potency tends to average around the 23% to 24% range. Her long, fluffy nugs are a pretty blue-green color and feature yellow hairs and mint trichomes, a rather unusual visual combination. Depending on the phenotype you purchase, Wildberry could have heavy notes of berries, sour cherry, or earth while other plants feature a combination of skunk and melon. No matter what you end up with, you’ll likely find her to be quite tasty.
Initially, it might seem like Wildberry isn’t a super sedating strain as many users report that she begins with a strong sense of creativity and euphoria. If you have the energy, this would be a good time to tackle a long-forgotten project around the house or could even be great for listening to music with friends. It’s recommended that you take this time to get some snacks ready too because you’ll likely become immobile soon. As Wildberry continues to keep you in her grasp, it’s possible that a strong wave of sleepiness and hunger will wash over you. Take a few bites of your favorite treats then snuggle up on the couch for a peaceful night.
Given her potency and range of reported effects, Wildberry is often a popular choice for those who are looking to treat medical issues. It’s been said that this bud is great for quelling anxiety and depression, helping users to keep their thoughts positive for long periods of time. Other concerns including arthritis, nausea, or a loss of appetite might also be soothed. Unless you have a super high tolerance, it’s probable that this strain will help you to overcome insomnia at some point, making Wildberry a dream come true for many.
Unlike other breeders on the market, at least Annunaki Genetics has the heart to tell home growers that they’ve retired this bud. While it’s not entirely impossible that you’d find seeds or clones somewhere for sale, it’s highly unlikely. Thankfully, breeders do provide fairly extensive cultivation information for each phenotype on their website, so if you do get lucky, at least you’ll have some tips to reference.
Wildberry is a bit of a wild card in many ways, as you never know which phenotype you’ll end up finding or if you’ll even find her at all. If you’re feeling adventurous, consider this bud as a great way to end a stressful day or make her your new favorite weekend strain. Remember, it’s best to go slow with this gal until you get a feel for how sedated she might make you feel.