Poison Berry auto weed is a cross between Durban Poison and Blueberry, as well as a Ruderalis variety. Due to the fact that Durban Poison is a pure sativa and Blueberry is a pure indica, these parent strains were crossed to produce an offspring with an equally balanced indica/sativa ratio. The parent strains’ wonderful genetics have been passed on to the offspring, resulting in a high-quality strain that is adored by cannabis enthusiasts all over the world. This is a classic cannabis strain with a wide range of flavors and effects that will undoubtedly captivate its consumers.
Cannabis enthusiasts would want to test their THC tolerance seek out this powerful strain. This strain will proudly generate a powerful kick to the senses, with THC levels ranging from 18% to 28%. It’s ideal for a productive workday. Its delectable flavors and aromas add to its appeal.
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Type: Indica-Sativa hybrid
Genetics Parents: Blueberry x Durban Poison x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Warm, Tropical
Yield: 13 to 18 oz/m2 (indoor), 16 to 25 oz/plant (outdoor)
Flavors: woody, sweet, berry, spicy, fruity, herbal
THC Level: 18% to 28%
CBD Level: 7%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
Poison Berry auto has a nuanced fragrance profile that is made up of a variety of aromas. The intense aromas of fruity berries are released when the buds are broken up. When these buds are burned, they emit a cloud of smoke with herbal undertones. This smoke has a sweet berry flavor with a hint of spice and woodiness. The palate is left with a short, herbal aftertaste. The senses of smell and taste are certainly on a roller coaster ride. Despite this, users rave about the strain’s aromas and flavors.
The high that comes from smoking This strain starts with a cerebral buzz that makes you feel happy and relaxed. This has mood-enhancing effects that raise the spirits of those that use it. It gives its users more energy and concentration, allowing them to be more efficient during the day. The body high joins the scene as this head high sets in. A tingling sensation spreads across the body, relaxing every muscle. This calming effect isn’t powerful enough to put the user to sleep.
Poison Berry auto has a high CBD content, making it more than eligible to be used as a medical marijuana strain. Because of its mood-enhancing and uplifting properties, this strain is capable of reducing the symptoms of anxiety, stress, depression, and other mental health issues. This strain also has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. As a result, patients may use it to relieve chronic pain, migraines, arthritis, muscle spasms, nerve discomfort, and other bodily aches and pains. It also aids in the treatment of nausea.
Poison Berry auto also has some unpleasant side effects, such as dry eyes and mouth. This can be countered by drinking plenty of water to alleviate the pain. Excessive use of this strain can cause dizziness, headaches, paranoia, and anxiety in some people. As a result, it is critical to begin this strain slowly and gradually to prevent experiencing these negative effects.
Poison Berry auto marijuana is a strain that is moderately easy to cultivate. This strain’s autoflowering properties make it easier for growers because they don’t need to adjust the lighting schedule for the plants to flower because they flower on their own. The fact that this strain grows into a stout bush that extends horizontally is a bit of a challenge. As a result, growers must have enough horizontal growing space. These plants can be grown both indoors and outdoors, as long as the latter has a warm climate.
After 8 to 9 weeks of cultivation, this strain yields 13 to 18 ounces per square meter when grown indoors. Meanwhile, it produces a yield of 16 to 25 ounces per plant when grown outdoors by October.