Created by HappyDay Farms of Northern Mendocino County, Ogre Berry is a genetic mix between Ogre with Island Strawberry Afghani. The buds have oversized lumpy popcorn-shaped dark olive green nugs with purple undertones, rich amber hairs, and an icy layer of sandy white crystal trichomes.
It gives off a fragrance of sweet citrus skunk with a hint of pungent diesel. If you live somewhere in California, you’ll easily find Ogre Berry at your local dispensary. Residents elsewhere may not be so lucky.
Flavor and Effects of Ogre Berry
Ogre Berry is a unique taste of crushed blueberries that burst in the palate. An unexpected taste of pine is revealed as you hold in the smoke. The exhale leaves a sweet aftertaste with heavy notes of skunk.
It is hard-hitting cerebral high delivers heavy happiness that leaves you uplifted, euphoric and giggly with an increased focused and motivated energy. A relaxing calming sensation that starts as a mellow body buzz warms and envelops you in complete body relaxation less than the couch lock. You will feel starved as well. It is ideally used as nighttime cannabis.
Medical Benefits of Ogre Berry
Ogre Berry’s therapeutic properties are greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from anxiety, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, depression, eye pressure, loss of appetite, muscle spasms, nausea, and stress.
It acts as a remedial analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant and appetite booster.
Negative Effects of Ogre Berry.
Regardless of the strain, marijuana causes slight dehydration. Complains of dryness of mouth and eyes are common when using Ogre Berry. As an easy remedy, downing on a few glasses of water than your usual intake will wane the effects down. Use an artificial tear drop to help you with the dry eyes.
It is possible that you experience greening out with Ogre Berry. This is characterized by dizziness or headaches along with anxiety. This rarely happens and should not cause you to worry. Just put in mind not to smoke too much of what you cannot tolerate.
Growing Ogre Berry
Ogre Berry is often recommended to beginner growers as it is easy to propagate. It thrives both indoors and outdoors. It likes a warm climate but will survive in a cold one as well. Stature-wise, it is short and bushy with strong lateral branching patterns.
It has thick foliage and constant pruning and trimming are required. This reduces mildew formation and other problems with humidity. It is deemed necessary to allow better air and light circulation.