I dont think I ran into one problem with this girl. She was very compliant and super hardy, yet exotic. This was a fantastic strain by Fast-Buds to use as a first grow. Her smell exudes crushed berries. I could honestly grow this beautiful plant for the rest of my life and be content. I would recommend this as a beginner plant to anyone. Her colors and smell really ignited this new passion.
Update on the smoke: Smoking with a vape youre pretty much drinking blackberry juice shes so sweet and smooth like an exotic punch.
Her smell is intoxicating and really smells nothing like weed. It smells more like an earthy berry yankee candle. Its berry tang hits you though opening up those jars every 24 hours:yum:. It ignites my senses.
The high is such a nice happy cozy elegant feeling. You can just lie there relaxed in bed thinking about positive daydreams and reflections on some of your favorite life moments while feeling like humbled royalty.
This can be smoked to a psychedelic level pretty mildly. You become hyperconcious of sound falling victim to the rhythmic vibrations of all objects that seem to echo their way into your body. Music on this bose speaker sounds so silky. Visuals come in and out like a sine-wave intensifying and relaxing slowly. I remember the ceiling looking wavy and geometric of sorts. And then your waking up to your morning alarm.
I have tried using this strain with activity and it was nice. I took a nice geometric walk around the city blocks with my gf feeling like i was glowing, everything felt so good. Definitely that high that makes it feel good to move your feet a little.
Have you noticed smth changed positively?
Harvested on Day 70 after a 2 week flush. I just took the colas off their hangers and cut them up into their individual buds. They were hanging for about 4-5 days and have been placed in their quart-sized wide-mouth mason jars to cure. Although Gorilla Glue took up 2 jars and Blackberry took up 4, their dry weight will probably be equal. Im finding the buds to be less dense and "airier" in comparison, but Im not one to harp on density.