Berry Ryder

Berry Ryder

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
19-22%
Yield
300g-400g/m2
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Strain Information

Berry Ryder is an auto-flowering strain with the genetics of ruderalis, indica, and sativa. Though the strain is dominantly indica variety, Auto Seeds created the Berry Ryder by combining the actual Blueberry with Auto #1 strain. The result is a plant with dense buds and large leaves that can compete with a strain that is not autoflowering by potency and the amount of production of resin. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Berry Ryder?

The strain has a sweet like blueberry primary taste. Nonetheless, other fruits like cherries are similarly in wealthy amounts. When inhaled, the sweet taste of the strain invades while exhaled, the mixed flavors of the earth with skunk hues give off the harmonious quality of flavors. The effects are similar to having leisure instead of ascending. It can be a great strain if you would like to have a good time with friends. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Berry Ryder?

The medical consumers may use the strain as valuable in treating the physical indications of pain. The intense relaxation of the body and mind provided by the strain will similarly relieve the signs of uncertainty and tension. It may also help depressed people manage their moods and thoughts.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Berry Ryder?

The strain, Berry Ryder, can deliver side effects upon consumption. These include drying of the mouth and slight redness of the eyes. It may further lead to other symptoms like paranoia only when consumed in large quantities. 

How to Grow Berry Ryder?

The Berry Ryder strain can be cultivated in both indoor and outdoor environments. The plant remains small when developed in the soil while it can grow bigger when in a hydroponic setup. The plant will change to blue color, more particularly when exposed to a colder temperature of the evening period. It can also be cultivated both by beginner and expert growers.