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wild berry kush seeds

As we mentioned earlier, this is one of the most powerful strains with a THC level of about 19-22%, so it would be wise for both beginners and veterans to consume this strain in moderation.

Wild Berry cannabis possesses huge cerebral potential, which causes a sense of euphoria in the initial stages of its effects. But as this strain is mostly Indica, smokers, later on, are swallowed with sedation, which relaxes and prepares them for a long sleep. Wild Berry kush is the perfect way to get rid of conditions such as different chronic pains, loss of appetite, insomnia, major depressive disorder, arthritis, and chronic anxiety or stress.

Wild Berry is a child strain of the lovely Blueberry and Blackberry Kush strains. Being pure Indica, this strain definitely won’t disappoint those looking for an opportunity to relax and have a good time. Although the name and smell of this strain are harmless enough, it has powerful effects.


This weed is famous for its unique high-terpene profile, making it possible to enjoy the smell of wild berries. Blueberry has left a legacy of sweet blueberry scent. Smokers also describe Wild Berry’s fragrance as earthy with slight notes of floral berry that’s sweet and refreshing. The taste is in no way inferior to the wonderful smell, delighting smokers with a sweet blueberry and fresh fruit flavor.

If you like Wild Berry marijuana, you can find its seeds online and grow both indoors and outdoors. The plant needs 9-10 weeks to thrive.

Grow Info

Wild Berry is a cross between two great strains – Blackberry Kush and DJ Short’s Blueberry. It possesses a very high terpene profile with a fantastic blueberry and mixed berry perfume with remarkable sweetness and pungency.

Wild Berry is an excellent strain from which to make extracts and in its natural state produces a level of THC around 25%. In spite of its excellence it is nonetheless a very strong and hardy plant which does well in all growing environments both indoors and outdoors. It finishes after 8 weeks flowering indoors or in Early October outdoors in northern latitudes.