• Poisonberry Marijuana Strain
  • Poisonberry Marijuana Strain

Poisonberry: 50% Sativa / 50% Indica

Poisonberry Hybrid (what's this?)
  • Poisonberry
    • Blueberry

The Poisonberry strain has a lineage that can be linked to the mixture of Durban Poison (Sativa) and Blueberry (Indica).

As always, it is important to take the time to look up the genetics of the plant you are about to medicate with to better prepare yourself, as well as make an educated donation when you are looking to ‘re-up.’ For starters, the Durban Poison strain is considered to be pure Sativa, meaning it has never been hybridized and will mainly affect your mind. On the other hand, Poisonberry also contains the popular strain Blueberry, which is known to have pure Indica genetics, which will mainly affect your body.

“This combination of Durban Poison and Blueberry makes Poisonberry a 50/50 hybrid strain.”

This combination of Durban Poison and Blueberry makes Poisonberry a 50/50 hybrid strain. As you may expect, this tends to be a favorite choice among medical marijuana patients looking for a cannabis strain that affects the body and mind equally. The effects are instant and plentiful, predominantly targeting the mind at first.

Additionally, there is a noticeable and intense body melt that seems to creep up on you after prolonged medicating sessions — presumably generated from the Blueberry (Indica) in its genetics.

There is a unique and distinguishable stench when opening the container from the dispensary. Each smaller-sized bud of Poisonberry wreaks of tropical fruit with blueberry undertones. The smoke is extremely smooth and inviting, which means this batch of Poisonberry was grown and cured well. Unfortunately, despite its awesomeness, you will probably not find the Poisonberry strain on many menus in southern California for one reason or another. If you are lucky enough to come across it, give it a try and let us know what you think.

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLAIMER - These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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