Berry Cherry Glue

Berry Cherry Glue Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
60 days 
Climate
Hot, Humid
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium 
Flavors
Piney, Hash, Strawberry, pungent 

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Berry Cherry Glue Marijuana Seeds Information

Berry Cherry Glue is a hybrid of indica and sativa strains. The strain was from Andromeda Strains. They were able to develop the Berry Cherry Glue by combining the most prominent strains in the present time, the Strawberry Dogshit and Cherry Sauce strains. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Berry Cherry Glue?

The strain, Berry Cherry Glue, is popular due to the aroma and taste it delivers in every toke. The scent of strawberry and hints of pungent and the well-blended taste of pine with hues of the hash are tremendously satisfying and tempting not to try to.

The strain has a high that would overlay your body in deep peace, yet the mind will keep intact. The first thing begins on the mind that will feel euphoric, and you will notice that your creativity will vastly be improved. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Berry Cherry Glue?

The strain is known to be excellent for dealing with conditions like nausea and vomiting as associated with chemotherapy side effects. It could also induce hunger, thus very beneficial for loss of appetite. Any traces of persistent pain or exhaustion of the body can be alleviated by the help of the Berry Cherry Glue. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Berry Cherry Glue?

Due to the effects, it can provide like creating a disorienting impression and mind racing thoughts. The Berry Cherry Glue may cause slight paranoia or anxiety. Thus should not be consumed at a rate that cannot be tolerated by you. 

How to Grow Berry Cherry Glue?

The cannabis plant can be thrived in either indoor or outdoor areas, as long as the temperature is hot and humid climate. The plants can produce their best when the temperature is regulated during the evening at around ten to fifteen degrees before the period of flowering commence.

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