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Huckleberry Gelato Strain is a perfectly balanced hybrid strain, as a result of it having a 50% indica / 50% sativa split. This equal divide makes it the ultimate daytime strain, with both mild mental and physical effects, that act as somewhat of aid throughout the day. Very little is known about the history of Huckleberry, with nobody taking responsibility for its creation.
The effects of Huckleberry are noticeable within a few short minutes. With it being a fast-acting strain that gets straight to the point. You will notice a sudden burst of energy along with the sense that your mind is working at 100 miles per hour. This makes analytical thinking much more comfortable. And you will find yourself able to think through problems and find solutions much quicker and more logically than normal. This early stage of the high is perfect for whizzing through tasks and getting work done.
Given that this is a strain named after the huckleberry. It is not surprising that it has a strongly fruity aroma with strong blueberry notes. Holding a Huckleberry bud in your hand reminds you of being a child and being taken berry picking during the summer, holding a basket full of fresh berries and breathing in their strong, sunshine-filled aroma.
As you grind Huckleberry, you start to notice a slightly spicy undertone which mixes with the berries, creating an aroma similar to homemade fruit pie filling. The fresh smell of simmering fruit as spices are stirred into the mixture, right before being poured into the pie crust.
Huckleberry’s smoke does not lose any of its sweetness, even being described as cloyingly sweet and causing some people to reach for the nearest glass of water to wash their mouth out. It is, however, one of those strains that the more you smoke, the more you get used to it and start to really enjoy the sugary treat that is Huckleberry.
How does the flavor profile of Huckleberry compare?
The flavor profile of Huckleberry is exactly what you would expect given its name and aroma. From the second that you breathe in the sweet smoke, your mouth is filled with a strong berry flavor. The sweetness reminds you of being given a beautiful, fresh bowl of strawberries that someone has ruined by covering in sugar. As the smoke travels down your throat, you get a chance to notice the more subtle flavors that linger beneath, with spicy notes of cinnamon and clove being the most distinct.
Huckleberry buds tend to be rather compact, making them difficult to break apart and requiring a grinder. They grow in tightly packed groups, seeming to cling together and range from small to medium in size. Buds are a light green color with curly orange and red pistils. Which work their way from the center of the buds, out to the surface. An opaque, white layer of trichomes covers the buds, giving them a silver shimmer.
Huckleberry plants can be extremely temperamental and are therefore not recommended for novice growers who are looking for easy to grow strains to boost their confidence. Huckleberry can be grown both indoors and outside, depending on your climate. With the optimal temperature being around 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. As well as temperature, Huckleberry plants are sensitive to humidity, requiring a semi-humid climate and not reacting well to sudden changes.
Before you start growing, it is always good to get a rough idea of a strain’s THC and CBD content, as this helps to determine whether it is the right strain for you. What levels of THC and CBD can you expect from Huckleberry?
The THC content of Huckleberry varies drastically, with there being reports as low as 8% and as high as 26%. The level of THC within a strain impacts the effects that is feel. And therefore Huckleberry is somewhat of an unreliable strain in terms of what you can expect from it. This is not a problem if you are growing Huckleberry plant, as you will get to know what level of THC.
Luckily, Huckleberry has a much more predictable CBD content, with the average being around 0.1%. Given that Huckleberry can have a THC content as high as 26%, it is not surprising that it has such a low CBD content.
CBD is responsible for most of the physical medical benefits that make marijuana a popular natural form of medication. You might, therefore, be surprise to learn that despite Huckleberry’s low CBD content it still has a number of medical benefits. Most of which are focus on the mental effects of Huckleberry rather than as a strain that tackles physical ailments.
Let’s take a look at what some of the main medical uses of Huckleberry are.
Huckleberry has a number of medicinal uses, most of which focus on the mental effects of the strain. The most popular use of Huckleberry is as a way of managing severe stress. The mind-clearing effects, along with the uplifting mood boost, allow you to work through stressful situations calmly. It also helps you to reduce long term stress which can leave you in a downward spiral of worry. Even causing you to have sleepless nights that only make the situation worse. When taken in high doses, the calming effects combine with the physical side of Huckleberry. Acting as a counter to insomnia and ensuring that you get restful night’s sleep.
Despite having a low CBD content, Huckleberry does still have a few physical health benefits; although it is definitely not the strain’s strongest area, it can still prove useful. When taken regularly it can reduce inflammation, allowing your body to heal faster and avoid resulting pain. Huckleberry also acts as a mild form of pain relief, which can be useful for general aches and pains, especially if you have a long day ahead of you and could benefit from the mental effects of Huckleberry as well.
The most common side effect of Huckleberry is dry mouth. You might feel a somewhat fluffy. Dry feeling throughout your mouth, with it being most noticeable on the roof of your mouth and tongue. Do not worry though, because this will not last more than a few hours.
People who have low THC tolerance, or who suffer with paranoia, have reported that Huckleberry can bring on anxious and paranoid thoughts. This is something that you might want to bear in mind if you have had adverse reactions to THC before. It might be a good idea to know the reaction to Huckleberry by trying a small dose.
Less common side effects of Huckleberry include dry eyes and dizziness. These effects tend only is feel when larger doses of Huckleberry are smoke.
Managing to tick off all of the effects that you would hope for with a hybrid. Whether you are looking for a productive boost to get your through the day’s chores. A mind buzz that gives you a new found social confidence, you are sure to be please with Huckleberry. Being a hybrid, Huckleberry’s high slowly transforms into a relaxing body melt, which leaves you feeling physically calm, without the more intense sedative effects that are often felt with Indicas.
This is also a powerful medicinal strain which allows you to take control of your mental health.
If you are eager to get your hands on Huckleberry. Why not give it a try for yourself and experience a totally new, deep level of focus.
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