Named after the blackberry, this indica-dominant cannabis plant (60% indica/40% sativa) sports an aroma packed with a fruity bouquet: its scent contains notes of pineapples, blueberries, strawberries and, of course, blackberries. When smoked, this smooth fruit salad becomes even more pronounced, tasting like a mixture of passionfruit and an assortment of the aforementioned berries.
For an indica-dominant cultivar, Marionberry seems to have far more headier qualities than body buzz. It induces instant relaxation, and although it can lift the spirits, it can make the mind and body feel equally heavy and glued to the couch. It's recommended most for relief regarding issues like depression, stress, and even insomnia, although it works well for minor pains and stimulating hunger.
Cottonmouth is the most reported side effect from Marionberry. Red eyes are also a possibility, as well as slight anxiety or dizziness in high amounts.