Frankenberry is a bit of a mystery. We know it is the proud offspring of Big Bud and Purple Urkle, but there is a secret Sativa in its genes, as well. Its colorful buds are famous in California, with hues ranging from dark red to purple, and an intoxicatingly fruity smell instantly recognizable as that cereal. Frankenberry is sugary sweet and slightly reminiscent of Granddaddy Purple.
It falls a little short of expectations in the taste department, however. Despite its heavy smoke, it has a delicious aftertaste that guarantees a thought of that cereal again, which hits just the right spot its name intends it to hit when the munchies arrive with force. This great Indica-dominant strain is incredibly fast acting, powerfully effective, and a great deal of fun for all who consume it.
Why Patients Use Frankenberry ?
Frankenberry is famous for its ability to quell nausea almost instantly. It is also a popular strain for relieving minor pain. This strain is not overwhelmingly sedating, despite its genetic Indica majority. Initially, the effect of Frankenberry is cerebrally euphoric, but as the Indica effects kick in, the body mellows to the point of near melting. It promises both a social evening and a good night’s sleep.
Medical Uses of Frankenberry
Loss of Appetite
Side Effects of Frankenberry
Information about Frankenberry
70 percent Indica and 30 percent Sativa
Frankenberry is the offspring hybrid of Purple Urkle, Big Bud and a mystery Sativa.
On the stoned meter, Frankenberry gets a seven score. It is notably potent.
This strain has THC levels of 20 percent, with 17 percent being its lowest measurement.
As a predominantly Indica strain, Frankenberry typically flowers in around 10 weeks, 12 weeks even.
Ideal Growing Method
Most grow Frankenberry indoors in a controlled environment. It can grow in the right climate outdoors.
This is not a tall plant. Considered medium-sized, this strain averages around four feet high.
Considered a high yielder, it produces around two pounds per square foot of indoor growing space.
Novices can grow Frankenberry successfully, but it is mostly of interest to experienced cultivators.
If humidity is too high, then conditions are ripe for bud and root rot to attack this strain.