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I've tried a number of strains recently, trying to find one that can control pain and nausea without causing anxiety or paranoia. I think I've found the right combo in Berry White. The Blueberry and White Widow parents are legendary in their own right, but this phenotype is amazing. I've seen it said that this is a sativa dominant strain, but I have to disagree. The tightly packed buds appear sativa, with a light green color and orange hairs. However, the effects are heavy hitting in both sativa and indica qualities. For me, the sativa and indica effects hit simultaneously after about three minutes, with a creative, lifted feeling but also a warm body pull and relaxation from the indica side. The peak lasts about an hour and slowly tapers off for the next 2-3 hours. Although this isn't a couch-lock strain, I wouldn't medicate with it if I needed to do anything important in the next few hours, especially requiring concentration. Thoughts flow freely with this strain. Although not necessarily a nighttime med, it can be used as such as it is very relaxing, but doesn't force your eyes closed, glued to the couch like some strains. Good for pain and relaxing mind and muscle. Although not the best for nausea, it's not bad. Medium munchie factor. This strain would be good for pain, anxiety, stress, nausea, etc. Although it shouldn't make someone act the fool, it's not particularly functional meds. I highly recommend this strain if lightly engaging out of the house or chilling at home. Probably my current favorite.

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EuphoricFocusedHappyHungryUplifted