In 2008 it won the first prize for best strain in the Spannais Cup. Since then, it has carried on to satisfy its users with its splendorous taste and effects. Kushberry is the result of the combination of a male Oregon Blueberry and an OG Kush from LA. From the blueberry, Kushberry gets the taste and vigor. From the OG Kush, it gets the added lemony and fuely flavours.
Kushberry is rather short and stocky, which makes it a great option for indoor spaces. The buds are large with wiry pistils protruding from its structure. Covered with a delicious layer of white trichomes, the buds of this plant are quite the sight. Indeed, Kushberry is one of DNA Genetics’ strongest strains, possibly one of the more balanced hybrids out there.
Kushberry is very easy to grow. Without too much attention, it will grow strong and steady. Though it prefers Mediterranean climates, with some extra care it will also do well in colder regions. On average, it yields up to 500g/m² and it takes about 8 to 9 weeks for it to be ready for harvest. It is recommended to grow it on a Sea Of Green setup to achieve high yields.
Those who enjoy an all round smoking experience will be pleased with Kushberry. A full ride when it comes to taste and smells, those who smoke it will be able to fully dive into its citric, sometimes woody and earthy profile. The effects are first experienced as an intense, for some too intense, cerebral high. Euphoric, very giggly feelings will kick in soon to be overtaken by a deep relaxation. Those who have just started smoking might feel a bit overwhelmed with this strain.
Sometimes recommended to medical users, Kushberry can be a good helping hand when it comes to relieving pain and managing sleep and eating disorders. Smokers should watch out, nevertheless, for the possible side effects of the strain which include a dry mouth, headaches and paranoia.