All About Blackberry Kush Cannabis Strain
Blackberry Kush is an Indica that’s so balanced that it’s perfect for a daily strain. It’s not a strain that makes you creative or overly focused. It’s an Indica, after all. But if you want a pain-reliever without the sleepy effects, it’s perfect.
The genetics of the strain is not 100% clear. Most connoisseurs say that it comes from an Afghani crossed with a Blackberry strain. But others are willing to argue on that point, saying that DJ Short Blueberry had something to do in the mix. There’s a third theory, which says that its parents are a Blackberry/Afghani hybrid and Bubba Kush.
Indica dominates with 100% in the contents. The THC level can vary a lot. It’s usually around 15% in the pot you get from dispensaries. However, it may range from 13% to 20%. Blackberry Kush can get quite strong, depending on the breeder. The strain contains around 0.5% of CBD. It’s not noticeable enough with such a potent level of THC, but it’s there to provide some medicinal benefits. With this balance, Blackberry Kush doesn’t knock you out right away. It leaves you aware, but heavily relaxed.
The Most Common Effects
Blackberry Kush is powerful in its relaxation properties, but it won’t get so far as to make you feel tired. It’s also super-fragrant and tasty, so it’s a perfect choice for those who prefer smoking over other types of consumption. Typical effects are:
- Calm mind
- Increased appetite
This strain is a perfect medical remedy for such conditions:
The negatives with Blackberry Kush are very mild. The pronounced ones are easy to handle: dry mouth and eyes. If you hydrate well, you might not feel those side effects.
Tastes and Smells
Blackberries are so underestimated. People just love blueberries too much. You’ll be glad to know that this strain smells both like blackberries and blueberries.
The taste is like having a healthy berry smoothie on the inhale. Blackberry Kush leaves a pretty long-lasting, but pleasant aftertaste.
Blackberry Kush Growing Review
If you plan to get Blackberry Kush seeds, you should be ready for a moderately demanding process of nurturing. It’s not recommended for outdoor growth, since it doesn’t do well with humidity and it can attract fungus and spider mites. So you should have a designated area for indoor growth, with proper lighting and temperature.
These are the tips to follow:
- The plant needs a lot of nitrogen and magnesium. Nitrogen is especially important throughout the vegetative stage.
- The strain will take around eight weeks to flower. It’s best to give it nine. Middle October is best for harvesting time.
- It will give you a generous yield of around 25 ounces per plant. If you’re really committed, you can get up to 28 ounces out of a single plant.
- The humidity should not be over 60%. When the plant is beyond its vegetative state, you should gradually reduce the humidity, so you’ll reach around 40% once the blooming stage starts.
What is the lineage of Blackberry Kush?
The blackberry kush has a lineage of 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. The THC levels in the Blackberry Kush strains range between 13% to 20%. While the CBD levels in the Blackberry Kush strains are 0.5%. It is believed to have a lineage of an Afghani strain crossed with a blackberry strain.
How to grow Blackberry Kush?
Growing Blackberry Kush demands moderate care and sufficient nurturing. It cannot be grown outdoors and cannot withstand humidity, mites, fungus, and insects. Blackberry Kush requires plenty of nitrogen and magnesium for its proper growth and not more than 60% humidity,
What is Blackberry Kushgood for?
Blackberry Kush serves several purposes and is used to make cannabis oil, wax products, vape cartridges. It is used in medicines to release stress and prevent chronic anxiety, depression, induce a good sleep, and help you relax. It is an excellent pain reliever
How strong is Blackberry Kush?
Blackberry Kush is quite potent. But the THC level is on average only 15%. It may range from 13% to 20%, depending on the breeder.