Berry Pie is a Sativa marijuana strain reared by Cookies x Seed Junkie Genetics. Actually, as the name proposes, Berry Pie packs a sugary sweet aroma that smells like newly made blueberry waffles and has a velvety, tart flavor.
The high you get from this strain will give you a head high that is euphoric but energizing enough to keep you focused. Berry Pie comes in stalky, chilly nugs with differentiating shades of green mixed together by radiant orange hairs.
Clinical cannabis patients pick Berry Pie for its uplifting qualities that assist with diminishing manifestations related to depression and fatigue.
Hybrid – 50% Sativa/half Indica
THC: 15% – 19%, CBD: 1%
Blueberry Pie is a uniformly adjusted crossover (half indica/half Sativa) strain made through a cross of the exemplary Girl Scout Cookies X Blue Dream strains. With an amazing 15-19% THC level and fantastic loosening-up impacts, you’ll be snared after only one toke of this flavorful bud.
The Berry Pie high begins with a cerebral increase in euphoric energy felt a couple of moments upon breathing out. This cheerful impact fabricates and assembles, imbuing you with a sensation of murky reflection that hushes your brain and body down into a profoundly loosened-up state.
Your energy level will back and forth movement in this state, leaving you moving through elevated energy and quieting sedation. On account of these dependable impacts, Blueberry Pie is regularly picked to treat conditions like ongoing pressure, sleep deprivation, discouragement, constant agony, and weakness.
The Berry Pie flavor is by and large what the name proposes – sweet berries and earth with a hint of vanilla and nuttiness. The smell takes on a spicier earthier hint with a sweet impactful berry impact that is delivered as the nugs are fallen to pieces. This bud has uneven bits of timberland green nugs with rich golden hairs and a covering of little golden precious stone trichomes.
64% of people report feeling uplifted
57% of people report feeling happy
50% of people report feeling relaxed
7% of people report feeling dizzy
7% of people report feeling headache
14% of people say it helps with stress
7% of people say it helps with anxiety
7% of people say it helps with migraines