Pink Berry

Pink Berry Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
14% to 16%
350-400 g/sqm
Flowering Period
6 to 7 weeks
Warm, Dry
Growing Difficulty
Dank, Sweet, Fruity, Creamy, Butter

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Pink Berry Marijuana Seeds Information

Pink Berry is a hybrid strain that is indica dominant. The breeder of the strain is from the Apothecary Genetics. They made possible to create a strain from the genetics of Pink Champagne and Black Berry strains. The offspring of the crossbreed is a hybrid with a strong structure and the leaves are in green color with a slight inward curve. Often, the leaves may show an undertone of purple and hue of blue.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pink Berry?

At a nearer examination, you can observe that the strain has dank and very sweet tones as its flavors. It is almost comparable to vegetables being ferment. When exhaled, it may leave some that have touches of fruitiness and with notes of butter that is the creamy aftertaste. The Pink Berry is an indica dominant strain that elicits mind enhancement and uplifts the current mood you have. It can even make you happy with side notes of a giggle.

What are the Medical Benefits of Pink Berry?

The Pink Berry cannabis strain is great antidepressant medicine for people with diagnosed depression. It can also help in the treatment of people with Attention Deficit Disorder. The minor and major feeling of pain and stress can also find relief from the usage of the strain. It can even reduce the occurrence of severe headaches and nausea related to chemotherapy side effects.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pink Berry?

The strain may cause drying of the mouth and eyes which are relatively common to most cannabis users.

How to Grow Pink Berry?

The Pink Berry strain can be cultivated in an indoor or outdoor growing setting. The strain thrives very well in a semi-humid condition and under a climate like the Mediterranean. Growers of this strain may need to trim the plants as it can grow bushy preventing the air circulation around the plants.

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