- Alexa Ace
- Berry G’oood from High Country Genetics
Strain name: Berry G’oood
Grown by: High Country Genetics
Acquired from: High Country Genetics
Date acquired: May 22
THC/CBD percentages: Not tested
Physical traits: Deep purple with flecks of green, a small number of orange stigmas and frosted with trichomes
Bouquet: Fruity with a bitter twist
Review: I am still getting adjusted to the vast varieties of cannabis now available in Oklahoma and am drawn to the novelty of purple strains. Admittedly, I have only seen “purp” a handful of times prior to legalization, so I am drawn to anything with shades of violet. Photos cannot really do this one justice, and I have never seen bud this purple. High Country Genetics originally hails from Mendocino County, California, and its experience shows. A cross of Jah Goo and Berry White, the nugs were perfectly cured and trimmed with buds that are fresh but do not stick in the grinder. Once ground, the bitter notes really come to the front, reminding me of licorice. I took a couple deep hits and went from zero to stoned in a couple minutes. The high was intense and lasted a moderate amount of time without making me tired when it wore off. It might be a little too intense for technical tasks but gives a good daytime high if you do not have much on your plate for the next couple of hours. Curiously, High Country also has a purely green phenotype of this same strain that is lime green in color but has the same bouquet.
Cannabis effects vary wildly from patient to patient based on a multitude of factors, including THC tolerance, brain chemistry and personal taste. This review is based on the subjective experience of one patient.