My Berkshire CBD Review And Analysis
I’d like to note that for each one of Berkshire CBD’s strains I have tried, I used a dry herb vaporizer to test it out. I will note the temperatures I vaped these strains at (these aren’t recommended temperatures or anything, they are all subjective to me and what I enjoyed vaping at). For each strain, I will analyze the Look, Scent, Taste, and Effects.
All the flower I received came in a vacuum sealed pouch which didn’t leak any scent.
Vaped at 410 degrees F. No seeds were present.
Tasting Notes (as noted on the package): Douglas Fir, Lemon, Diesel
These were some beautiful buds with some nice trichomes and orange hairs visible. Nice texture, they had the right amount of moisture.
It smelled slightly earthy, grassy and citrusy. It was very nice, light and airy.
This strain to me tasted very leathery and earthy. The diesel note tasted predominant. It was a little creamy on the end notes. I tasted a little bit of the pine as well. Overall it was a pretty smooth taste. The citrus kicked in as an aftertaste.
Pine berry seemed to work deep in the body the most. I felt a deep relax reaching my bones. It was as if any tension in my body melted away. It was really soothing.
As far as anxiety was concerned, it did reduce my anxiety as well and later calmed my mind and gave me a serene feeling. To put it in musical terms, my mind went from being heavy metal to being relaxing classical music.
For sleep, I didn’t really notice a big difference, I had an average night of sleep.