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Blackberry

Blackberry by Seattle-based Nirvana Seeds was created in 2009 as a combination of a clone of Black Domina with the Raspberry Cough strain (cultivar). This 50:50 indica-to-sativa hybrid features moderate levels of THC, testing up to 21%, with around 3% CBD content.

The hybrid plant produces compact, densely-packed flowers with tight leaves and a coat of resinous trichomes. Blackberry exudes a scent more diesel-like than berry, though it contains hints of its namesake fruit. Its smoke produces a more blackberry-forward flavor with notes of diesel and loamy soil.

Users report Blackberry is best known for its potent, euphoric effects that are mellow enough to avoid couch lock. It mixes a sativa buzz of mental stimulation and uplifted mood with the tingly, pain-numbing abilities typical of indica-leaning strains.

Cannabinoids

Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC

18%-21%

Cannabidiol

CBD

2%-3%

Strain types

  • 60%Indica
  • 40%Sativa

Aromas

  • Earthy
  • Fruity
  • Spicy
  • Sweet
  • Woody

Flavors

  • Berry
  • Diesel
  • Earthy
  • Fruity
  • Sweet

Terpenes

Blackberry contains a blend of terpenes that predominantly feature myrcene, limonene, linalool, and delta-3 carene. Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis and works with THC to relax the body and alleviate the sensory experience of pain.

Studies suggest that carene is a beneficial anti-inflammatory and helps combat some fungal infections. Limonene produces more uplifting effects, is shown to lift moods, and generally improves energy levels. Linalool, the terpene that gives lavender its scent, also features gently relaxing effects that mellow without sedating.

  • Delta-3 Carene

  • Limonene

  • Linalool

  • Myrcene

Flavonoids

Effects

Blackberrys has been reported to have the following effects:

  • Euphoria
  • Happiness
  • Relaxing
  • Sleepiness
  • Uplifting

The following adverse effects have also been reported:

  • Dizziness
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Red Eyes

Blackberry produces a clear-headed high that’s both relaxing and uplifting, an excellent strain for individuals looking to reduce stress while maintaining a social, present energy. Users report feelings of relaxation and creativity, though others claim Blackberry can prepare them for sleep with heavy use.

Medical Applications

Blackberry’s soothing but not sedative effects can help address various medical conditions, especially those naturally anxious or who cannot soothe racing thoughts enough to accomplish daily tasks. The strain also has natural anti-inflammatory benefits, making it handy for arthritis or other inflammation-related pain.
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Anxiety, Panic Disorders

Individuals who deal with chronic stress or panic disorders harness Blackberry’s relaxing effects, allowing them to carry out their daily responsibilities and gently unwind at the end of a demanding day.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
Arthritis

Thanks to the anti-inflammatory terpenes linalool and carene, Blackberry reportedly helps heal symptoms of inflammation, particularly those related to arthritis and joint pain.

Organ Systems

  • Muscular
Insomnia

In higher doses and with evening use, Blackberry can help those dealing with insomnia achieve deep and lasting sleep.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
  • Mental / Emotional

Dosing

Growing

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Blackberry plants are a good option for beginner growers because they can thrive outdoors in nature or a well-controlled indoor grow house. Blackberry is a particularly intense strain, so it may be better kept indoors to avoid alerting nosy neighbors.

However, its pungent smell can be overwhelming without appropriate ventilation, so indoor cultivators should invest in proper smell masking and air circulation before planting. At maturity, Blackberry produces lovely purple-green buds, densely packed and coated with sparkling white trichomes.

Height

While exact heights are unknown, the strain likely develops into medium-sized plants approximately 4-6 feet tall with moderate lateral branching.

Humidity and Temperature

Blackberry plants prefer warm and temperate climates with dry air to help them avoid molds or fungal infestations.

Flowering

Blackberry reaches maturity in eight to nine weeks indoors and mid-to-late October outdoors.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Blackberry good for?
How does Blackberry make you feel?

Blackberry reportedly produces a relaxing yet energetic high that relinquishes pain and soreness’ grip on the body without plunging the mind into a euphoric haze.

Is Blackberry an indica or sativa?

Blackberry is a well-balanced hybrid strain with physical characteristics of both indica and sativa subtypes.

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