An indica hybrid, Star Berry was born via a cross between Sensi Star and Blueberry. Star Berry’s high is one that users might classify as soothing, with a THC content that measures in between 15 and 20 percent. This strain’s high definitely takes its sweet time, letting, at times, at least fifteen minutes pass before making itself known.
Users of Star Berry find that once the high does show up, it can induce a fixation-like effect that may make it difficult to carry on conversations. Sensory perception will also likely be affected by Star Berry, potentially providing distortions both visual and auditory. Some Star Berry fans like to play these up with music or low lighting.
After these initial psychedelic effects, Star Berry will unleash its full relaxation properties, sending waves throughout the body beginning at the top of the spine. As your mind becomes unfocused, your eyelids may start to feel heavy. For this reason, Star Berry is not a strain you’ll want to try if you have a long to-do list ahead of you. When the dosage of Star Berry increases, users may feel more intense sedating effects, which is why it is probably most often enjoyed in the evening hours.
Medically speaking, Star Berry can be a great strain for those suffering from anxiety, stress and depression, as well as physical pain or inflammation.