With a range in THC levels, anywhere from 19% to 25%, Berry White may be a bit strong for the amateur user, depending on how it was bred. Though in any event, the effects remain much the same, just the severity varies.
Appearance & Aroma
However, the flavours and aromas remain consistently blueberry, piney, and floral with hints of sour lemon and unripe berries. The buds are big and popcorn-shaped, with light olive and dark blue as the base colours. Breeding creates colour variation, ranging from entirely blue to richly purple, but always with brilliant amber hairs and a thick layer of trichomes for contrast.
Effects & Benefits
Despite its Indica roots, Berry White tends to be influenced by both Indica and Sativa and therefore gives off effects that are more comparable to a hybrid than a pure strain. The conservative nature of this strain offers total euphoria while easing the body and soothing down the muscles. After the immediate head rush, a warm tingle fills the body, reducing users into a meditative state and letting the stimulants of the strain come. The effects induce a bit of creativity and, more often than not, increase hunger. The smoothness of the flower makes it easy to smoke to excess, so be warned that greater doses will have those slight feelings of laziness turn into full-blown sleep.
Medical patients choose Berry White for its healing properties, namely, combat chronic pain and insomnia. For mental health issues, Berry White is an excellent strain for treating depression, chronic stress, anxiety, and even minor cases of PTSD. The sedative qualities in Berry White give it the perfect punch to tackle even the most stubborn aches and let you feel comfortable at a time where your brain may typically keep you up.