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Pineberry CBD hemp flower was bred by Oregon CBD. To create this strain, they crossed Ringo’s Gift and Early Resin Berry (ERB). The result is a high-quality CBD hemp flower with sweet, fruit, and pine aromas. The pine and floral flavors come out when smoked, especially using vaporizers that keep the hemp flower from combusting.
The parent strains Ringo’s Gift and ERB impart a rich terpene profile and high resin content. The pineberry strain can reach up to 15% CBD potency with legally compliant THC levels (<0.3%).
The dominant Pineberry terpenes include beta-myrcene, alpha-pinene, and beta-caryophyllene:
Beta-Myrcene is a terpene also found in mangoes, hops, lemongrass, and other plants. It is a lovely and fragrant terpene thought to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and sedative effects.
Alpha-Pinene is one of the most common terpenes found in nature, especially in pine trees and rosemary plants. Pinene is thought to be useful for pain, inflammation, and soothing anxiety.
Beta-Caryophyllene falls under the FDA’s “generally recognized as safe” classification. This terpene is also found in cloves, hops, and rosemary. It is a very interesting terpene because it can act directly on the CB-2 endocannabinoid receptor. Some even think of beta-caryophyllene as a cannabinoid like CBD for this reason.
Pineberry hemp buds have a distinct appearance. The high-CBD hemp flowers are thick and bushy. Buds have a lively green color with orange pistils.
The indica genetics of the Pineberry CBD hemp flower is thought to impart a relaxing and calming effect. Reviewers recommend the Pineberry hemp strain for evening use and unwinding.
As always, we recommend that you use our hemp flower products with care and remember that there can be unfortunate consequences if it is confused for actual marijuana.