Berry Blossom Hemp Flower Review

Berry Blossom Hemp Flower Review

Berry Blossom Hemp Flower Review

At A Glance: A well-rounded Indica for when it's time to unwind

Effects: Relaxing and Engulfing

Aroma: Acai Bowl-Meets-Glass of Chardonnay 

Appearance: Light Green and Purple With Orange Pistils

Morphology: Stout and Very Dense

Lineage: Cherry X Chardonnay

Terpenes: Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Humulene

Time to Unwind

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A crossbreed of Chardonnay and Cherry Wine; Berry Blossom Hemp Flower with well-rounded nugs provides a tranquil, full-body experience. Cherry, a powerful Indica strain of Afghani descent, and Chardonnay, a fresh and lively hybrid, form Berry Blossom's delicious acai taste and Indica dominant effect.

As with most Indica dominant strains, Berry Blossom's buds appear medium to small in size and feel very dense. Look for light green nugs painted with purple hues and a dusting of sticky and shiny trichomes that make the bud sparkle. Berry Blossom's fiery orange pistils only add to an already high bag appeal.

Terpenes and Taste

The dominant terpenes of the Berry Blossom hemp include Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Humulene.

The Myrcene terpene is one of the ten primary terpenes of cannabinoids and known for its earthy smell. It holds therapeutic potential, as it can reduce chronic pain and inflammation in the body. Myrcene's effect is similar to the sedative power of THCa Flower and can include joyful and euphoric effects that relax the mind and body.

The Caryophyllene is a spicy terpene substance that you can usually find on cinnamon, black pepper, cloves, oregano, basil, and rosemary. This substance has anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory, alcohol-craving reduction, and anti-cancer properties. The Caryophyllene gives Berry Blossom its wonderful pain-relieving and digestion-assisting properties.

The third major terpene found in Berry Blossom, Humulene, can commonly be found in herbs and flowers. It contains essential oils that provide a pleasing aroma that many users love. The Humulene gives Berry Blossom its effective anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and anti-bacterial agents.

As reviewed earlier, Berry Blossom easily engages the senses with an aromatic, fruity taste and floral finish. The taste explodes with notes of candied wild berries and the smooth exhale releases hints of gardenias. (What's not to love about that!)

Relaxed, happy, euphoric, and sleepy describe the effects of Berry Blossom. As an Indica-dominant strain, Berry Blossom leans towards the sedative side of the CBD spectrum. Expect this flower to be your go-to CBD after a long day, or later in the evening when you're ready to relax and unwind the mind and body. Note that Blossom Berry probably won't blast you into action to complete that looming to-do list or project.

Berry Blossom also generates light and airy feelings that balance out the sedative nature of this hemp flower. The calm, carefree air can support calm wakefulness or deep slumber, whichever you feel you need most at the moment- because Berry Blossom won't pull you too far in either direction.

A truly medicinal CBD, Berry Blossom combats stress, pain, depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

Bottom Line

If you're looking for a tasty CBD flower to unwind both the mind and body after a long day, look no further! Berry Blossom Hemp Flower tastes wonderfully smooth and feels notably relaxing.

Ashley Dellinger

Ashley Dellinger

Ashley Dellinger is a trailblazer in the cannabis and hemp sectors, serving as the Director of Innovation at The Hemp Collect. With a keen visionary mindset, she not only propels advancements in these industries but also showcases her versatility as a seasoned professional writer based in Oregon. As a collaborative force, Ashley works alongside leading brands, processors, and retailers to elevate industry standards. Ashley Dellinger's work not only sets new benchmarks but also inspires others to pursue excellence. For a closer look into her insights and experiences, connect with Ashley on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.

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