Though the lineage would suggest a more dense structure than the result shows here, we liked the foxtailed and unpredictable structure. Light green and looking like the DJ Short’s Blueberry side of the family, it has brick red pistils and a high calyx-to-leaf ratio. We did notice a hermie banana or two as well as some tiny seeds, which showed that this plant was not up to its potential at the time of harvest.
This sample reminded us both of a purple strain and Blueberry with its slightly musky but sweet berry aroma — we did indeed pick up a Blackberry element to the smell as well. It was more piney and musky pre-grind, but sweetened up quite a bit and got more pungent once handled.
Lightly sweet and spicy in the mouth, this strain didn’t have a ton of taste to it. The smoke was incredibly smooth and non-expansive though, making this a superb choice for those who don’t want to cough. The final ash was a medium gray, which showed it had an average flush.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Numbing pain relief, strong attention to the arms/hands (arthritis), moderate muscle relaxation, very good for stomach issues and light nausea, appetite stimulation, and sleep aid later in the duration.
While the plant seemed not to be up to its potential when harvested, this strain more than made up for its issues with its moderately potent but thoroughly medicinal effects package. For our reviewers who were experiencing a lot of stomach discomfort, it did wonders for relieving that, and everyone really enjoyed the numbing, relaxed body effects as well. It’s definitely a berry-scented strain, but that didn’t translate to the taste. Still, the pleasant smoking experience again made up for that shortcoming, making this a perfect selection for patients who need an Indica but don’t like the thick, at times cholorophyl-laden (since they generally have more leaf matter) smoke they deliver… “pleasant” was the word that kept coming to mind with this one.
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