Blackberry Cream Indica Dominant Hybrid
This Blackberry Cream is one of the most unique and delicious strains around. It is a cross of the already tasty Blackberry Kush and the creamy and smooth Cookies and Cream strains. An Indica Dominant Hybrid (75% – 25%), Blackberry Cream has soaring cannabinoid levels (25% THC – 2% CBD) and a flavour to match. Ripe berries and sweet cream take center stage on the nose and the palette, accented by light wood, earth and herbs. The effects come on quickly and provide a happy euphoria. In addition, blackberry Cream is an excellent stress reliever and mood enhancer, making it an ideal strain for relaxing after a long day of work. The elevated sense of calm will invite in a wave of complete body relaxation. As a result of these combined effects, Blackberry Cream is ideal for combatting mood-based disorders like depression and anxiety.
Though Blackberry Cream may be an INdica Dominant Hybrid, its appearance is very much similar to a Sativa strain. Small to medium-long nuggets with several buds per stem is the norm for this strain. The colour is a nice light minty green, with bright orange hairs wisping around medium green leaves. The aroma will captivate you right off the bat. Ripe berries, sweet cream, light earth and a hint of citrus will entice your senses and leave a lasting impression.
Cannabinoid Range: up to 25% THC – 2%CBD
The Blackberry Cream high comes on fast and lasts for an exceptionally long time. At first, feelings of stress will melt away, leaving your mind feeling blissful. Next, a happy and calm euphoria will take hold of the mind and provide creative thoughts. After that, the high is mostly body-focused, offering extreme relaxation from head to toe. Because it has such elevated THC levels, Blackberry Cream doesn’t cause heavy sedation, allowing the body to slip into a state of total relaxation without distracting from the mind.
The Blackberry Cream Experience
Effects & Feelings
Full-body Relaxation, Calming, Euphoria, Happy, Uplifting, Creative, Hungry
Helps With & May Relieve
ADD/ADHD, Appetite Loss, Anxiety, Arthritis, Cancer, Chronic Pain, Cramps, Depression, Eye Pressure, Fatigue, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Headaches, Hyperactivity, Inflammation, Migraines, Mood Swings, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, Nightmares, PMS, PTSD, Spinal Cord Injury, Stress
Berries, Sweet Cream, Oak
Berries, Earthy, Floral, Fruity, Sweet
The Science of it all
Although mother nature has done most of the work for us, modern-day strains are mostly a product of design. The cross-breeding of any plant species involves the same basic processes, and Cannabis is no exception. For instance, to crossbreed plant strains, female plants must receive pollen from their male counterparts. However, out in the wild, this happens naturally, usually only between the same strains of Cannabis.
In creating new and exciting Hybrids, growers carefully select their cross strains and breed them in a controlled environment. As a result, they can dictate which traits from each strain will combine in the final product. As a result, the seeds from these plants will then become First Generation Hybrids. These new plants will then be bred over and over again to help increase these desired traits.
Choosing a Hybrid Strain
Indica dominant like Blackberry Cream, Sativa dominant, or true Hybrid, there are unlimited possibilities and combinations to chose from. So how are you supposed to know which strain is right for you? First, consider what you’re using Cannabis for.
If you need pain relief but aren’t looking for heavy sedation, Sativa dominant Hybrids might be right for you. If you’re looking to relax without the added psychoactive effects, try using an Indica dominant strain. It is important to remember that not all strains affect all users the same way.
When choosing a Hybrid strain, look for the balance that is right for your individual Cannabis needs. We always recommend that you start low and go slow. In other words, start with a small dosage and increase slowly as needed until you find the balance that is right for your needs.