The classic chill-out weed. An expansive indica stone with a powerful high that sets in with the first lungfull of smoke. The buzz is first light headed and very balanced before switching to a stronger narcotic phase towards the end of your flight.
September (south); 1-2nd week October (north)
Hashberry shows medical potential against anxiety and sleep disorders; it can provide calming effects for moderate pain relief (may not aid against severe pain). Popular strain for cooking and baking and a favourite among caregivers for a wide variety of medical uses.
THC 18.66 %: analgesic, neuroprotector, appetite stimulant
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8: Nausea Relief
In the late 1980’s we were in San Francisco and ran into a middle-aged hippie, in Haight-Ashbury, the “center of the universe” during the psychedelic flower power movement. He was driving a purple van with orange-red coloured curtains and just on his way to the Rainbow Gathering. After a friendly chat he gave us a bag of seeded weed and disappeared. We rolled a joint right then and there and walked down the street. The only thing was, that we couldn’t feel our feet anymore – we were flying! From these seeded Indica buds we developed over the years the genetic base for the mother of Hashberry. She was crossed with a special male (J7) that is part of the landrace hybrids we use in our Sadhu lineage (but not identical with the parents for Sadhu). Hashberry is not only named after the unique aroma and resiny buds, but is also derived from the initials of the famous neighbourhood Haight-Ashbury where we were fortunate to collect these special Californian seeds.
CBN 0.07 %: modifies “high”, byproduct of THC degradation
North India (Kashmir)
Hashberry needs little introduction. It created quite a stir in the cannabis community, was soon chosen as a High Times 'Top 10' strain by popular