- 1 What is Blackberry Kush Strain?
- 2 Background and Lineage
- 3 Types of High
- 4 Medical Benefits
- 5 Adverse Effects
- 6 Growing Blackberry Kush Strain
- 7 Quick Reference Guide – Blackberry Kush Strain
- 8 Concentration and Potency
- 9 Effects
- 10 Cultivation & Yield Capabilities
What is Blackberry Kush Strain?
Blackberry Kush is an Indica dominant hybrid marijuana strain. The Indica and the Sativa ration of this strain is 80%/20%. It is a potent strain and is often recommended for pain management for its strong body high effects. The THC level can be anywhere from 13% to 20%, and the great thing about this strain is that you only need very little of it to get high. Blackberry Kush is very popular among both experienced and recreational users.
Background and Lineage
The original heritage of the Blackberry kush is unknown. Some say it is a cross between pure Afghani Indica and one of the Blackberry strains, while others believe it is a cross between Afghani and DJ short blueberry strain. In another theory, it could have a parent of either Afghani or Blackberry crossed with Bubba Kush.
No one really knows the identity of the actual breeder, it the strain could be possibly created during the beginning of the California medical marijuana era.
Types of High
Like other Indica dominant cannabis strains, Blackberry kush is a heavy hitter. Its effects are noticeable almost immediately. Because of its soothing effects, Blackberry kush is an excellent strain for relaxation. You will feel a sense of calm that relieves stress and helps you unwind.
It also gives you a euphoric high that will uplift you and gently guide you into a peaceful night of sleep. It is best to take this strain in the evening or night time.
Its pleasant effects make Blackberry kush one of the best marijuana strains.
Blackberry kush has many powerful relaxation properties that make it popular since it came out in the market.
It is undoubtedly one of the most useful strains in the medical marijuana community. It is prescribed to the patients worldwide to help manage various conditions such as stress, chronic pain, insomnia, nausea, anxiety, lack of appetite, muscle spasm, and many more.
Anxiety and Stress
Blackberry Kush is prescribed to the patients who suffer from nervousness, anxiety, and stress because the strain makes them feel relaxed without making them too tired.
Blackberry kush is also ideal for managing all kinds of pain because of its powerful calming effect. It reduces body pain and aches. Its strong Indica properties keep muscles relaxed, which is ideal if for muscle spasms that can keep you awake at night.
Loss of appetite
It is common for patients to lose appetite when they go through chemotherapy. Chemotherapy can make patients feel nauseated too. Medical marijuana, such as Blackberry Kush, can help with nausea and loss of appetite. A quick smoke of blackberry kush can increase appetite and encourage patients to eat food regularly.
The strong Indica effects also cause sleepiness, which helps people who have insomnia. It eases you into a state of relaxation, and gently get you ready for a night of restful sleep.
One of the best things about Blackberry kush is that its negative effects are very minimal. The most common side effects are dehydration and cottonmouth, just like any other marijuana strains. Occasionally some users have reported slight headaches and dizziness.
To avoid these, drink lots of water or other fluids to keep yourself hydrated and grab some eyedrops if possible.
In general, your overall experience depends on your tolerance to weed. If you are used to Indica strains, then you will enjoy Blackberry Kush a lot.
Growing Blackberry Kush Strain
Blackberry kush strain can be grown both indoors or outdoors. However, it is recommended to grow indoors for optimized settings. It is harder to control climates and other factors when you are growing them outdoors.
The plants are naturally resistant to mildew and molds but prone to spider mites and fungus. The growing difficulty of blackberry kush is moderate, so it is ideal for novice growers since it produces high yield and requires less maintenance.
It is a lot easier growing this strain indoors. It takes about 7-9 weeks to flower and yields between 14 to 18 ounces per square meter.
While growing it indoors, make sure the humidity in your grow room does not go higher than 60% during the vegetative state and gradually reduces it each week to reach the humidity level 40% by the time your flowers are blooming. If the humidity remains too high, your plants will take in fewer nutrients, which can lead to a variety of deficiencies.
You will also need to feed your plant lots of nutrients for maximum potential. Make sure you monitor its magnesium intake and give it plenty of nitrogen during the vegetation stage.
The plant gives a better yield if grown outdoors. But it prefers a low humidity and mild to warm climate that is about 68 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
At outdoors, the flowers are ready for harvest from the last week of September to mid-October and yields between 17 to 25 ounces per plant.
If the plants are trimmed regularly and grown in an optimized setting, they flourish and give a great reward.
Quick Reference Guide – Blackberry Kush Strain
Blackberry kush is an Indica dominant hybrid cannabis strain.
Blackberry x Afghani Landrace
DJ Short’s Blueberry x Afghani
The buds of blackberry kush strain is dense and covered in trichomes and red pistils. The leaves are dark green with purple coating.
Its terpene profile creates a slight mixed-berry aroma which is smooth and sweet.
Blackberry Kush has a very earthy fruity sweet taste.
Preferred Consumption Time
Evening , Night
Preferred Consumption Method
Smoke, Vaporize, Edible
- Northern lights
- Grape Ape
- Kosher kush
Concentration and Potency
|CBD Percentage||< 1%|
|Effects||Euphoria, Happy, Hungry, Mellow, Sleepy|
|Duration of Effects||2 hours|
Dry mouth (30%)
Dry eyes (18%)
Cultivation & Yield Capabilities
|Flower Develop||7-9 weeks|
|Plant Height||30-78 Inches|
|Indoor Yield||16 ounces per square meter|
|Outdoor Yield||28 ounces or more per plant|
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