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Strain of the Week: Blueberry Budder by Liberty

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By: burgundy bug & Xavier

Liberty Blueberry Budder box

Source: Bluberry Budder by Liberty | Penelope Peru Photography p3

Blueberry Budder is a concentrate manufactured by Liberty that produces a bit of a physiological domino effect.

Fellow medical marijuana patient XtaSeay and I review a different strain of cannabis purchased from dispensaries in Pennsylvania.
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A Bit of Context…

Liberty are cannabis manufacturers with dispensaries in Massachusetts, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, according to their website.

Their products include flower, tinctures, concentrates, and vaporizer cartridges, as they’ve outlined online.

When it comes to concentrates, Liberty’s products range from their sativa-dominant “Vitality” line all the way to the other end of the spectrum with their indica-dominant “Serenity” line.

Blueberry Budder Review

Liberty Blueberry Budder box

Source: Bluberry Budder by Liberty | Penelope Peru Photography P³

Blueberry Budder Cannabinoids

  • 1.1% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
  • 84% tetrahydrocannabinolic-acid (THCa)

Blueberry Budder Terpenes

  • b-Myrcene: 2.394%
  • b-Caryophyllene: 0.995%
  • a-Pinene: 0.703%
  • a-Humulene: 0.509%
  • Limonene: 0.335%
  • b-Pinene: 0.285%
  • Linalool: 0.216%
  • a-Bisabolol: 0.205%

“Despite this concentrate being labeled as a heavy indica, it definitely has some sativa effects,” XtaSeay said. “When I first vaporize it, my eyes get very heavy and I feel like I’m about to fall asleep. Then I get a very energetic head buzz, but my body still feels relaxed.”

I experienced very similar effects to XtaSeay – except, I actually did briefly fall asleep within minutes of my first Blueberry Budder inhalations.

After 15 – 30 minutes or so, I bounced back mentally alert, but still feeling very physically relaxed. Let it be known that the sleepiness does creep back on you as Blueberry Budder begins to taper off.

As silly as it may sound, a “loosey-goosey feeling in the arms and legs” is the best way I can sum up the physical effects of this concentrate.

“This concentrate has a great taste, but it is a little harsh on the back of your throat,” XtaSeay said. “It also gave me a slight headache every single time I used it.”

Bug & XtaSeay’s Review

Bug’s Two Cents

3.5 out of 5 blueberry fields forever

While I do enjoy the taste of Blueberry Budder and the mental alertness that kicks in, the initial knock-out effect is a little intense for me.

Don’t get me wrong – as someone who has trouble sleeping for longer than two hours at a time and pretty much lives off of multiple naps taken throughout the day, I do enjoy using this strain before bed.

However, the sleepiness did throw me for a loop before I nailed it down to a science. There were a few times where I just zonked out in the middle of the day while working at the computer.

Although this concentrate does produce a bit of a sativa-esque head buzz, I wouldn’t say it’s distracting or arousing enough to keep someone up if they were to use Blueberry Budder before bed. Thus, I’d recommend this concentrate to anyone looking to treat sleeping conditions, such as insomnia.

XtaSeay’s Two Cents

3.5 out of 5 blueberry fields forever

“Blueberry Budder is great for taste,” XtaSeay said. “This strain is something I’d recommend picking up if you saw it in a dispensary, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to get it because of that initial headache reaction I got while using it.”

Your Review

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