Moreover, other than its tantalizing aroma of berries, this strain continues the legacy of its Blueberry parent, known for its deeply relaxing quality that rolls from head-to-toe.
Additionally, it grows to an Indica stature, which sits at a rather short height. At 150cm, this plant can easily adjust well indoors where there is not much space for lateral growth. It grows quite bushy as well, so pruning light-blocking fan leaves may be required in order for the lower nodes to absorb just as much nutrients.
There’s nothing quite like a mother’s security, and this strain captures that experience in a combination of uplifting and enjoyably sedative effects. While it is dominantly Indica, it begins with an initial tingling sensation in the head that tapers into a slow warping of senses.
Speaking of chill, a physical buzz spreads from the core to every limb, kneading out the tension in the body. Soon enough, users will find themselves melting to the couch as their muscles soften up like molten cheese, and the heavy-lidded eyes will start to feel impossible to resist.
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On that note, the dullness in the vision is replaced with a bright, saturation of colours. Of course, after coming home from a strenuous job that requires their eyes to stick to a screen for the most part of the day, the fatigue they may have come home with fades away as the mind is restored.
Finally, it takes about 8 to 9 weeks of flowering time when taken indoors with a yield of 400 grams per square meter.
One of the few things it checks off is its natural resistance to common molds and mildews. As such, growers don’t need to worry too much about a little bit of cold as this little bud can put up a fight.
Either way, expect to throw caution to the wind and chill for the rest of the night.
Liberating the cannabis community from the confines of their stressful routine, Mother of Berries is not just revered for its aroma, but for its relaxing, body-focused high to boot.