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Early Resin Berry hemp strain is one of the CBD Hemp Cultivar varieties which have been specially bred to comply with legal requirements for Industrial Hemp while still producing high levels of CBD (Cannabidiol). The reason this strain or the cultivars are so important is that it can be used to produce hemp oil, CBD distillate or CBD Isolate.

Industrial hemp is often bred particularly for seed and fibre but it does contain CBD, as well. Now the new high CBD hemp genetics are bred to produce large harvests of, you guessed it, high CBD flower for creating high CBD content hybrids.  These high CBD strains may also be referred to as medical grade rather than a breed for seed and fiber. Most cannabis strains are high in THC but not all.

These CBD hemp cultivars require more monitoring and care so that the conditions are just right, for what they are bred. They must be planted at a particular time of year and harvested early. The early harvest prevents THC levels to exceed 0.3%.

Hemp and industrial hemp are used interchangeably so the differences are small. Hemp is a cannabis sativa plant with only trace amounts of THC.

Early Resin Berry Hemp Strain — The Beginning

The origins of Early Resin Berry seem to be somewhat unknown. The genetics and the original breeder are sketchy but it is similar to OG Kush. There is, however, a lot of information about OG Kush but not much for Early Resin Berry. There is one piece of information that is absolutely certain. Early Resin Berry, has been and currently is crucial in the development of, not only loved CBD strains but very effect ones on the market today.

The Early Resin Berry strain is also one of the cultivar strains. That influences how it is grown and bred. It also distinguishes itself from other strains in the CBD content and the extremely low THC content.

The “Berry” Experience

The “Berry” nice things about Early Resin Berry are the taste and the lovely effects.  The CBD and THC content ratio averages around 20:1.  Early Resin Berry provides a nice smoke satiation after a few drags. Have a revolving stomach? It can melt that away with a short smoke and backs it up with a unique mental euphoric and a refreshing nap.

Early Resin Berry Genetics

Large buds; shiny bright coating of trichomes and nugs that make your fingers stick together. Yes, just what drives you to grab the nugs out of the jar and grind up in one “berry” small minute. Bright light green buds touched with purple on the tips makes them delicious and aromatic.  The fiery red pistils are the final touch of royalty to put this hemp flower at the top of the pile.

Beyond Simple Genetics

Some cultivars are labelled as “early series” options. The early series varieties share a reversed pollen donor called ERB or Early Resin Berry. This is not a new kid on the block but one which has been under breeding development for a few years. There are four specific breeding traits:

  • Early flower initiation
  • High-resin content
  • High terpene content
  • Complex sweet berry savors.

Color, Taste, Aroma

The color ranges in the purples and purple-bright green which could be a bit nominal however, when it comes to taste – that’s a different berry in the bush game.

The flavor is berry-berry any way you taste it. Or you can mix in some berry gum flavor to tonic up the taste buds. With the strong berry icon here, let’s throw in some citrus as well. This mixture leaves the tasting powers that be, wanting more.  This is in the top five of favorite smells and tastes in the hemp community.

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Author

Sharon O'Maley

Sharon has been writing her heart out since she was 10 years of age when she wrote up a story about a 3,000 acre forest fire she and her family witnessed. In 1995 when she found herself divorced with a 3-year-old daughter, Ruth, she decided to try writing for money.

She carved a niche in the Continuing Education market and for the next 20 plus years she wrote courses for C.E. providers all over the United States.

Blogging is now her new love. Particularly suited to writing about CBD because for two years she was crippled with osteoarthritis in her ankles and feet until someone introduced her to CBD. Today she walks and bikes because of this natural compound of CBD.

1 Comment

  1. Nicholai
    May 20, 2020 at 5:02 am

    I would like a strain that comes with a lot of viable hemp seeds. The type that are easy to grow in Florida are preferable. The less maintenance required, the better.

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