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You read that right: Blurberry, not Blueberry. It's not clear where the former came from, exactly, but presumably it's a hybrid descendant of the latter. The indica genes are dominant, providing a sativa/indica ration of roughly 30:70 and a heavy but euphoric body buzz and a strong tingling sensation. It's recommended mostly for the treatment of chronic pain and body aches, but it may also be useful for some patients with anxiety or depression. Not much is known about how much THC Burberry contains, but there is little evidence to suggest it's especially potent. CBD data are also scarce, which means patients shouldn't rely on this strain as the only source of treatment for conditions that respond to that cannabinoid. There are notes of blueberry in the taste and smell of Blurberry, which has a harsh, grassy flavor and a sweet, fruity aroma with hints of spice. The nugs are light green with orange hairs and a layer of crystals. Side effects are always possible, but there are few specifics available on this strain. Still, expect dry mouth, dry eyes, and possibly paranoia. Blurberry is sometimes available in Southern California medical marijuana dispensaries, but it's rare even there.
Indica Dominant Hybrid - 70% Indica / 30% Sativa