One of the great things about White Berry Wax is that it won’t completely knock you out, as it has a moderate THC level of 18% on average. Sometimes it comes in higher, closer to 22%, but overall it’s tame enough for newer users to enjoy and not experience negative side effects. Nugs of this strain are quite pretty, with a blue tone to them and a thick layer of frosty trichomes covering the small buds. Easy on the nose, it has a strong and sweet berry smell that transfers over nicely to your palate. A bit of sourness can be detected while smoking, and earthy tones show up as you exhale.
White Berry gives users a great combination of effects, as it takes on the components of each of its parent strains nicely. Like many hybrids, its sativa side comes out with a boost in mental energy, focus, and creativity. You’ll experience a mellow and relaxed sense of purpose, rather than feeling like you just got jolted. As your high goes on, White Berry’s indica tendencies can show up and create a more couch-locked type of sedation. Those who smoke too much at once will get hit with a total body high that renders them nearly useless, so use with caution.
Medicinal users tend to gravitate to White Berry, not only for its delicious smell and taste, but because it offers a nice mix of stress relief and pain reduction. Although it’s not as heavy hitting as some other strains out there, its moderate THC levels will do their job to take away headaches, stress, depression, and anxiety. Many use it during the evening or before bed for a restful night of sleep.