Brazil Berry Marijuana Seeds Information
Brazil Berry is a combination of Brazilian Indica and Berry Indica. Bred by Classic Seeds, this powerful strain is indeed a classic. It produces a plant with firm branches with dense and weighty buds emitting a fruity and sour aroma. It can be cultivated either indoors or outdoors regardless if you are a novice or an experienced grower. So far, feminized seeds of the strain are not available.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Brazil Berry?
As you can infer from the strain name, Brazil Berry smells and tastes like freshly picked berries. This sweetness is complemented well by the sourness courtesy of its parents’ lineage. It is a delectable mix delivering a satisfying and relaxing effect from head to toe. Like its parents, the high comes on pretty fast. It can even be a bit hard. Like other potent strains, you may feel pressure around your eyes and temples. Your mind will be slammed with energy and elevating euphoria. This effect makes it a great strain if you are planning to do anything artistic as it enables a flow of creativity. It can also make you productive and creative.
What are the medical benefits of Brazil Berry?
With Brazil Berry’s high THC levels, it has the edge in aiding patients suffering from chronic stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder and fatigue. It can also help in soothing nausea, headaches, and migraines. The therapeutic effects can also help those having trouble falling asleep, as well as those who are experiencing loss of appetite.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Brazil Berry
Having just the right amount of sweetness and sourness, it is no wonder that users may tend to overindulge in smoking Brazil Berry. This can lead to anxiety, lethargy, dry eyes, cottonmouth, parched throat, uncontrollable cough, paranoia and hallucinations.
How to grow Brazil Berry? Some information and Tips
Brazil Berry shows more of its indica genes not only in terms of effects but also in its growth. This makes it perfect for the Sea of Green (SOG) setup. To avoid molds, mildew, pests and nutrient bun, ensure that you will not overwater or overfeed the plant. In terms of fertilizer, organic ones are still the best.