New House Indica ~ BlackBerry OG Kush (our hydro AAA+++ rating is for the way they look and not the Potency, which is close to the same as our other Blackberry OG Kush AAAA++ )
Sugar crystals covered buds, and it’s QUITE POTENT and smooth burning quality for this… low-cost everyday smoke. Members also love this lowest price deal. While stock lasts.(going very fast).
Our House Indica is a great lower-cost solution for your everyday smoke!! Smoke it, make edibles, tinctures, butter, extracts — very suitable low-cost medicine.
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 80% Indica / 20% Sativa THC: up to 24+%
Blackberry OG, also known more commonly as “Blackberry Kush,” is an indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% Sativa) strain created through a cross of the infamous OG Kush X Blackberry. This tasty bud packs a powerful punch of fruity and OG flavours and effects all wrapped up into one tight little nug. The high hits you hard with a happy lift that instantly launches your mood into the skies and carries your mind with it. As your head high builds and your mind soars, you’ll start to become spacey and introspective, although incredibly relaxed both mentally and physically. Some users will become incredibly sleepy at this point and often doze off wherever they happen to be sitting, napping for hours on end. Because of these effects and its powerful 24% average THC level, Blackberry OG is often used to treat conditions such as insomnia, migraines, chronic stress or anxiety, and mood swings. As the name suggests, this bud is super tasty with a flavour that can only be said to be like freshly picked blackberries with just a hint of kush. The aroma is incredibly kushy, with earthy spice undertones and a surprisingly powerful sweetness to it. This bud has leafy and slightly airy cone-shaped dark olive green nugs with rich purple undertones, fiery orange hairs, and a thick frosty coating of lavender coloured crystal trichomes
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