Chunkberry which is a hybrid strain often has a frosted purple appearance, but its scent is reminiscent of apricots and earth rather than blueberries or grapes. This is because of its diverse genetic history, as it’s a combination of Hell’s OG, GooBerry, and Recon OGBX1.
The appealing scent is coupled with a flavor that’s not overly sweet, and the purple hues it produces are often what attracts customers into giving it a try.
Fans of this strain say they are satisfied with the balanced effects Chunkberry has been reported to produce. A head high followed closely by a body high that relaxes the muscles sometimes occurs according to reviewers.
THC levels in Chunkberry tend to remain in the low 20’s. This strain carries higher levels of the terpenes caryophyllene and myrcene, which perhaps may contribute to its sedating qualities as the high wears down.
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