Plush Berry

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Temperate
  • Yield:
    3 to 7 oz. per square meter
  • Flavors:
    Sweet, spicy, sugary, herbal, berry and fruity
  • THC Content:
    15% to 25%
  • Height:
    4 ft. and up
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Difficult

Strain Information

Several consumers and growers expect a lot from Plush Berry since it came from widely known strains. It was designed to be a balanced hybrid strain that will bring the best of Sativa and Indica. There’s a few notable Sativa/indica hybrid strain, but what makes Plush Berry different is its potency and features.

A mental high will kick in upon consuming Plush Berry, accompanied by a few body functions that could serve as a benefit or an adverse reaction. Nonetheless, the result will make you submit to sleep.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Plush Berry?

Enjoy Plush Berry’s sweet, spicy, sugary, herbal, berry and fruity flavors. The hybrid has a cerebral high that will motivate and improve your mood to become more uplifted and happier. The feeling will induce an arousal sensation. But, others reported that instead of making them feel aroused, they felt sleepy and lazy.

What are the Medical Benefits of Plush Berry?

Thanks to its mood-elevating effect, it could deal with mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, and ADD. Besides, it can also manage moderate chronic pains and can even control blood pressure. For some users, Plush Berry also helps with their insomnia and loss of appetite.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Plush Berry.

You will most likely have to endure a cottonmouth and red eyes. Those who are overusing Plush Berry, however, will lead to a feeling of reoccurring headache, dizziness, and the worst is panic attacks.

How to Grow Plush Berry?

To grow Plush Berry, you would have to be more experienced than usual. It has a fussy personality that cannot just thrive in hydroponics, which means you have to transport it to a soil when it is not going well. The cannabis plant may also look thinner and fewer leaves, but to make it look well-groomed, breeders recommend topping.

 

Brand Information