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Our Berry White strain review covers everything you wanted to know about this fast-growing strain.

Berry White is an indica-dominant strain with a complex aroma of blueberries, pine, citrus, and grass. Its decent THC content elicits relaxing and euphoric effects.

What Strain is Berry White?

Is Berry White an Indica or Sativa strain?

Berry White is a strain that goes by many names. A few of its names are Barry White, White Berry, Blue Widow, and Blue Venom. Its name depends on where you’re from. Berry White and White Berry are used in Southern California and Oregon. Blue Widow is big in Colorado, the Midwest, and Canada.

Whatever you call it at home, it’s a calming indica that delivers balanced and calming effects.

Its genetics come from a couple of legendary strains. The result is speedy grower with vibrant blue and purple hues making it quite the looker. Plus, it's easy to grow for beginners.

Average THC Level: 17 percent

Strain Type: Indica

Genetics: White Widow x Blueberry

Breeder: Unknown

Terpenes: Limonene, Caryophyllene, Alpha-Pinene

Berry White Strain Genetics

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Berry White’s enduring power comes from its iconic parents: White Widow and Blueberry. White Widow by Green House Seeds hails from the Netherlands.

It passes on its energizing and euphoric effects to Berry White. It’s no wonder why White Widow has been a favorite among the Dutch coffee shop scene since the 1990s.

Blueberry is another legendary strain that was popularized in the late 1970s by DJ Short. Blueberry passes on its signature and sweet blueberry flavors and aroma. It helps to balance Berry White’s effects with its calming, euphoric, and long-lasting characteristics.

Berry White Flavor & Aroma

It’s all in the name. Berry White’s flavor has an unmistakable blueberry sweetness and tartness. It’ll feel like you’re biting down on a ripe handful of blueberries.

You’ll notice a subtle grassy flavor with citrus and pine undertones. The citrus and berry flavor may be too subtle for some, but just enough for others.

Expect a delicate sour berry scent with light notes of sweetness. It definitely won’t be as pungent as other strains. Underneath the sweet and fruity smell, you’ll get notes of pine, soil, and citrus.

Berry White’s most common terpene compounds include the following:

Limonene’s citrus aroma is known to help relieve anxiety and stress.

Alpha-pinene’s pine-forward scent may be helpful for anxiety, inflammation, and pain.

Caryophyllene’s spice smell is thought to provide anti-inflammatory effects.

Berry White Strain Effects

As a hybrid, Berry White’s balanced effects are perfect for recreational or medicinal users who prefer the subtle and relaxing effects of indicas.

Users usually experience an inner calm that can reduce stress and anxiety. A burst of euphoria can elevate your mood and release inhibitions in creative or social settings.

Feelings: Relaxed, Happy, Euphoric, Uplifted, Creative

Medical Uses: Stress, Anxiety, Pain, Depression, Insomnia

Berry White Products: Flower, Pre-Roll, Vape Cartridge, Shatter, Crumble, Live Resin, THCA Powder


Generally, Berry White seeds grow into medium-sized plants. Its large and dense popcorn buds are brought to life by striking purple and blue tints.

Curled bright green leaves are dotted with blood orange pistils and layers of resin.

How to Grow Berry White Strain

Berry White’s mainstream appeal has made it widely available in regular and feminized seed, as well as clone form. This indica-dominant strain is pretty easy for beginners to grow indoors or outdoors.

Experienced growers can grow Berry White in a hydroponic system to stimulate its resin production. Organic soil growers may notice a better flavor profile.

Berry White’s unique plant structure means you won’t have to spend too much time pruning its excess foliage. Some seasoned growers choose to remove the lower foliage to improve their yield. If done right, Berry White can produce high yields in a relatively short amount of time.

This plant prefers warmer weather, especially at night. Even in a muggy environment, Berry White can handle humidity well to prevent mold. This strain prefers climates with temperatures between 70 and 80º Fahrenheit. Berry White is the ideal strain for novice growers who live in a warm and humid environment.

Growing Difficulty: Easy

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Plant Height: 30-78 inches

Flowering Period: 7-9 weeks

Yield: 3-6 ounces per square foot

Berry White Weed Strain Review Recap

Berry White is an indica dominant hybrid strain that tastes as smooth as its name suggests. It is widely available due to its popularity. Growing it can be down by beginners relatively easy. After smoking this strain you will feel happy and relaxed.

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Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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