Poison Berry Autoflower Marijuana Strain Specification
Type: 50% Sativa 50% Indica
Genetics Parents: Blueberry x Durban Poison
Flowering Period: Unknown
Climate: Warm, Sunny
Yield: 1.67 oz/m2 (indoors)
Flavors: Berry, Blueberry, Spicy, Sweet, Tropical
THC Level: 18% – 28%
CBD Level: Unknown
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy – Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Poison Berry Autoflower Marijuana Strain?
Poison Berry has an intense aroma reminiscent of blueberries and tropical fruits newly plucked from the tropics. The smoke it emits is so alluring that you would be reckless to refuse the invitation to pursue this strain. And, without a doubt, its flavor matches its aroma. When inhaled, the dominant flavor is blueberry, but the subtlety of spicy herbs also comes out, creating an eruption of flavor on the palate.
Poison Berry’s offspring is the strongest of both the Indica and sativa realms. Being a balanced combination undoubtedly has its advantages. Poison Berry begins with a quick-acting cerebral high, helping the mind cleanse itself and induce insight and calm. And as the high subsides, the Indica features become apparent. The mental high is then followed by a mild physical shock that knocks you for a loop. Despite its comparatively high THC content, it does not induce sedation, allowing users to feel zen both mentally and physically. This is what adds to Poison Berry’s iconic status.
What are the Medical Benefits of Poison Berry Autoflower Marijuana Strain?
Poison Berry’s high instantly captivates the mind. As a result, it induces euphoria, which is the optimal sensation for combating weary emotions, thus helping in the management of anxiety, fatigue, and other mental disorders with related symptoms. Additionally, since it is a natural analgesic and anti-inflammatory, it is beneficial for treating chronic pain and muscle spasms. Its relaxing properties make it an excellent stress relief at the end of a busy day. Finally, it is being investigated as a possible antidote to nausea due to its taste and fragrance, which calms and captivates the senses.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Poison Berry Autoflower Marijuana Strain
Adverse effects are unavoidable, even more so for cannabis. And though Poison Berry is a well-known strain for its therapeutic and medicinal qualities, it can cause only mild side effects. Two of the most common side effects of weed, which are also found in Poison Berry, are dry eyes and a dry mouth. These are caused by cannabinoids inhibiting salivary gland fluid development. These adverse effects, however, can be mitigated by regular hydration during the cannabis ingestion phase. There have been records of nausea, paranoia, elevated heart rate, and hypotension in some cases, although these adverse effects were intentionally exacerbated by excessive cannabis use. As a result, it is highly advised not to overindulge and drink within one’s comfort limit.
How to Grow Poison Berry Autoflower Marijuana Strain
Poison Berry Auto is a well-balanced hybrid that thrives in farms and greenhouses. It thrives in hot climates and environments where sun exposure, ventilation, and nutrient distribution can be regulated. Therefore, it is critical to educate yourself about the strain before attempting to plant it, as Poison Berry is notoriously difficult for beginners to develop due to its low resistance to rodents, molds, and mildew. However, if harvested successfully, it will produce a harvest of 1.67 ounces per square foot, which is indeed a bounty for such an esteemed strain.