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An Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain

Originating from the crafty wizards at Northern California-based growers Purple Caper Seeds, Blackberry Fire packs a powerfully delicious punch. The crossing of the Blackberry Kush and Fire Lady strains has garnered many accolades, including the title of 2nd Best Indica in the 2016 HempCon Cup Awards. And one can understand all this admiration, for Blackberry Fire has a potent 15-25% average THC level, along with a delectable flavour that awards users a high that is both heavy and long-lasting.

The Blackberry Fire bud has fluffy spade-shaped dark olive green nugs with rich purple undertones, bright amber hairs, and a coating of vivid amber crystal trichomes. These colourful buds give off an aroma that is very strong and earthy with a sweet fruity overtone accented by diesel and chemicals that can fill a room with its sharp stench, so discretion is advised if you’d rather keep your smoking a private thing. Its heavy smoke is liable to cause watery eyes or bouts of coughing, although on the exhale smokers will be treated to a rich and slightly tart berry flavour.

The high from Blackberry Fire is a bit of a creeper, owing to its indica roots. It begins as a slow rolling wave that gently washes over both body and mind, leaving the user totally and utterly at ease. This is soon followed by a heavy body high that will ultimately lead to couch-lock, rendering the user immovable for a few hours. Inevitably, sleep will ensue.

Thanks to these effects and its high THC level, Blackberry Fire is said to be ideal for treating a variety of conditions including chronic pain, muscle spasms, mood swings, depression, and cramps. Its deep sense of relaxation can even help insomniacs get some sleep.

Seeds of Blackberry Fire are available for sale online. Once obtained, plants can be successfully cultivated indoors or out, with outdoor success calling for a semi-humid climate and will flower in 8 to 9 weeks.

For a deeply relaxing high after a long day, look no further than Blackberry Fire.

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