Come check out our latest review for the Berry White strain! It is a popular indica dominant hybrid combination of Blueberry and White Widow known for its significant relaxing, euphoric, and pain relieving effects. The high is pretty strong but manageable and is considered to be relatively anxiety free, so while it’s a great night time choice you can also enjoy it during the day without ending up glued to your couch or going back to bed to sleep it off!
Berry White is a hybrid strain that is the offspring of parents of near-celebrity status in the cannabis world: Blueberry and White Widow. Berry is famous in its own right for its even, balanced effects that offer relaxation from stress and anxiety along with a sense of euphoria. This strain is perfect for inspiring an upbeat mood and may lead to conversation and creative pursuits. This plant’s flowers have a light sour berry and pine smell and a fresh taste similar to their scent. They generally have a strong blue coloring contrasted by orange hairs.
The nugs usually have a frosty blueish or whitish appearance along with the distinct pungently sweet aroma of berries and pine. The smoke itself can be as smooth as its namesake’s velvety voice with a natural earthy flavor that contains some tasty berry-like undertones. No matter what time of day, Berry White will never fail to get you in the right mood!
I’ve tried a number of strains recently, trying to find one that can control pain and nausea without causing anxiety or paranoia. I think I’ve found the right combo in Berry White. The Blueberry and White Widow parents are legendary in their own right, but this phenotype is amazing. I’ve seen it said that this is a sativa dominant strain, but I have to disagree. The tightly packed buds appear sativa, with a light green color and orange hairs. However, the effects are heavy hitting in both sativa and indica qualities. For me, the sativa and indica effects hit simultaneously after about three minutes, with a creative, lifted feeling but also a warm body pull and relaxation from the indica side. The peak lasts about an hour and slowly tapers off for the next 2-3 hours.