Poison Berry Autoflower Strain Specifications
Type: Indica-Sativa hybrid
Genetics Parents: Blueberry x Durban Poison
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate: Warm, Tropical
Yield: 13-18 oz/m2 Indoors, 16-25 oz/plant Outdoors
Flavors: Fruity, Woody, Spicy, Herbal, Berry
THC Level: 18%-20%
CBD Level: 7%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Poison Berry Autoflower Strain?
Poison Berry has a heavy fragrance of blueberries and tropical fruits that have just been selected. You won’t want to pass up the opportunity to try this strain because the smoke it produces is appealing. And, to no one’s surprise, it tastes just as it smells. When inhaled, the dominant flavor is blueberry, but the subtlety of spicy herbs is also evident, resulting in a palate burst of flavor.
The Poison Berry Strain’s effects begin with an uplifting effect that gradually builds, leaving you with an intense sense of cerebral calmness. It will energize and encourage you to be more innovative, making it an excellent companion for artistic endeavors. After a while, it will be complemented by a soothing physical effect that lingers in your limbs, leaving you in a euphoric state and feeling totally at ease with yourself and your surroundings. It won’t put you to sleep by seducing you, but it will put you at ease both physically and mentally.
What are the Medical Benefits of Poison Berry Autoflower Strain?
Poison Berry’s high instantly captures the mind, resulting in euphoria, which is the strongest feeling for overcoming weary feelings, thereby aiding in the control of depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders with similar symptoms. It’s also effective for treating chronic pain and muscle spasms because it’s a natural analgesic with anti-inflammatory properties. After a long day, its soothing properties are a potent stress reliever. Finally, because of its taste and aroma, which calms and captivates the senses, it has been studied as a viable anti-nausea remedy.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Poison Berry Autoflower Strain
Dry eyes and mouth are two of the most common side effects of marijuana, and both are found in Poison Berry. On the other hand, users can mitigate these adverse effects by drinking plenty of water while consuming cannabis. Anxiety, paranoia, elevated heart rate, and low blood pressure have been recorded in some cases, but these adverse effects were intentionally caused by excessive cannabis use. As a result, it is strongly advised not to overindulge and eat within one’s comfort range.
How to Grow Poison Berry Autoflower Strain
This Poison Berry Autoflower strain can be difficult to develop for inexperienced growers because it necessitates a well-optimized setting. It takes a lot of room to expand and thrives horizontally. It will produce abundantly in a hot, warm climate, but it will also bloom in slightly cooler weather with proper care. The Poison Berry Strain will take 8 to 9 weeks to develop. Poison Berry autoflower seeds thrive in the outdoors, where they can grow strong, tall, and hardy with suitable organic fertilizers and growing techniques.
Consider a hydroponics setup while growing Poison Berry indoors for a potent cannabis plant. During harvest, production would average 13 to 18 ounces of dense globular buds per square meter. The best environment for growing this strain is outside. They enjoy being able to stretch horizontally in the open air. They excel in a sunny climate of organic soil. By late September to mid-October, it can produce around 16 to 25 ounces per plant, which is a significant yield compared to indoors.