Kush Berry THC Diamonds
Kush Berry Strain Description
Kush Berry is also popularly referred to as Berry Kush. It is a 100% indica dominant strain with THC content that offers a high that is quite powerful. Kush Berry is cross between OG Kush and Blueberry, it has large buds. With some more highlighted tones, the buds are dark green in color. Overall, the buds look the same throughout and are a good looking strain nonetheless. There is no doubt that it will catch your eye almost immediately. The smell is very earthy and woodsy with citrus undertones. But the taste is out of this world, very floral and aromatic thus making it an enjoyable strain. The strain offers something for everyone. It is a strain that needs to be tried by almost any individual looking for an effective medicating strain. Kush Berry in particular will not only make you feel great but you will feel better than you could have ever felt before. On the other hand it is equally beneficial for patients that have issues with stress, pain and sleeping. It is also primarily prescribed to patients who are suffering from migraines and anxiety. Moreover, it is also recommended to patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. There is no denying the fact that it is a sought after strain and is definitely worthy a shot.
What are Diamonds?
These things are a bit complex! Essentially, weed diamonds are crystals created by extracting the live resin from a cannabis plant using a cold-extraction method and then applying pressure to that oil by means of a chromatography machine until it takes its signature crystalline form.
This temperature part of the extraction is key, because unlike THC, THCA is what’s known as an inactive cannabinoid. THCA, which stands for “THC acid,” is basically just the same THC we know and love with a few extra atoms attached. Those extra acid atoms means THCA will not provide the psychoactive properties that consumers expect from ingesting THC — unless it is activated with heat. This process is known as decarboxylation.
As for the name “diamonds,” it’s pretty self-evident once one sees what crystalline THCA actually looks like. Rarely larger than a few millimeters across, these diamonds are 99 percent THCA, with the remaining 1 percent consisting of other terpenes and cannabinoids. Weed diamonds thus represent the purest form of the plant’s most famous cannabinoid available today.
The key to unlocking the THC from THCA is to smoke or vaporize these crystals. However, it’s important to remember that diamonds are essentially the Everclear of cannabis. The THCA potency of commercial flower is often around 25 percent, while concentrates regularly test anywhere between 70 and 90 percent. Diamonds, by contrast, are just a hair shy of 100 percent THC, which is why even experienced consumers often treat THCA crystals as a heady sesh supplement as opposed to an entree.
Consumption of diamonds often includes “capping” another, less potent concentrate such as wax or shatter by topping it off with some bits of THCA crystals. Remember: Diamonds have the potential to be four times stronger than hitting a joint.