Wolfberry is classified as a Hybrid cannabis strain. Wolfberry flavor profile is sweet, berry, blueberry, and the aroma can be sweet. Wolfberry marijuana induces aroused, talkative, and tingly feeling. It may help alleviate depression, lack of appetite, and pain. Wolfberry THC level is under review. Users enjoy this strain with activities such as relaxing, watching tv. This kush has a 4.3 out of 5 rating, based on 1 user votes.
Wolfberry by Wolf Genetics is “a secret blend of old world genetics that delivers unique flavors and aromas,” as described by the grower. This balanced hybrid cross expresses tall, lanky stalks with fiercely resinous buds that smell of hashish, berries, and mango. Due to the stretchy nature of this plant, structural support may be needed during cultivation. The flavors expressed by the rock hard nugs of Wolfberry are a tasty melange of pine, black pepper, and dried fruit. The delicious flavors lead into Wolfberry’s intense mental high, which gradually gives way to relaxing physical effects as the buzz matures.
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Named after a bright red, sour Himalayan berry, Goji OG was bred by Bodhi Seeds. The buds are on the smaller side and not super dense. The color is medium green with bright orange/red hairs and a sprinkling of crystals. The aroma is berries, pine, and some skunk. Some may detect notes of earth, citrus, or licorice.
The Goji berries are also known as wolfberries. They are packed with nutrients and are becoming known as a superfood. Due to their complex nature, their flavor profile is multi-dimensional, as Goji OG is designed to be, an aromatic medley of flavors.
Recreational users find the high THC attractive. The psychoactive effect will show up early, often after the initial head rush and slight body melt. Pass this one by if you’re a novice user as it may be too strong. Otherwise, hit it gently and check yourself before you wreck yourself.
For medical users, the CBD content is too low for major seizure disorders and cancer. However, the synergistic effect between the cannabinoids may be enough to help with anxiety, stress, mild pain, and other conditions. Due to the Sativa-dominance, you should be able to indulge at any time of day and not have to take a weed nap.
Bodhi Seeds offers regular photoperiod seeds to grow indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse. You should see tall plants, flowers in 9 weeks, and obtain a high yield. Their newer seeds are reported to have stronger stems so no staking is required.
When it flowers, expect the buds to be wrapped around the main stem and not on the smaller branches. As it grows, depending on the light refraction, you might find a rainbow of colors and frosty trichromes.
Wolfberry marijuana induces aroused, talkative, tingly, uplifted, and energetic feeling. It may also also help relieve the following medical symptoms: depression, lack of appetite, pain, stress, and headaches. You may have dizzy, , , and as side effects.
Please note that the effects vary from person to person, but based on our data and data from websites such as Leafly and Hytyiva below are the most consistent effects among users.
May Help Relieve
Because of its wide variety of effects, Wolfberry weed is suitable for assisting with a number of medical ailments, conditions, and symptoms. Overall, Wolfberry is considered most suitable for helping with those who are suffering from depression, lack of appetite, and pain.
Unsurprisingly, the most common side effects that have been reported from Wolfberry marijuana include dizzy, , and . If you are experiencing these effects, be sure to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids.
Cannabis Strain Summary
|User rating||4.3 / 5|
|Flavors||Sweet, Berry, Blueberry|
|Effects||Aroused, Talkative, Tingly|
|May Relieve||Depression, Lack of Appetite, Pain|
|Side effects||Dizzy, ,|
Wolfberry leaves are available year-round, with a peak season in the summer.
Wolfberry leaves, botanically classified as Lycium barbarum and Lycium chinense, grow on shrubs with thorny branches and are members of the Solanaceae, or nightshade family along with potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplant. Also known as Goji leaves in the United States and Goji chai and Kau Kee in Chinese, Wolfberry leaves grow on shrubs that can reach over three meters in height and also grow the well-known goji berries. It is recommended to cook Wolfberry leaves prior to consumption in order to remove any toxins that may exist. Wolfberry leaves have a long history of use as a vegetable in Asia and are commonly used in teas for their high nutritional content.
Wolfberry leaves contain vitamins A, B, C, and E, protein, beta-carotene, calcium, and flavonoids that have antioxidant and antimicrobial properties.
Wolfberry leaves are recommended to be cooked and are best suited for recipes such as steaming, sautéing, and boiling. They may be used as a substitute for spinach in many recipes and are most often used in soups, paired other ingredients like chicken or pork, eggs, and ginger. Wolfberry leaves should first be removed from the thorny stems and washed. The leaves cook very quickly and are only added to the soup during the last five minutes of simmering. Wolfberry leaves are also used in stir-fries along with garlic and oil, paired with scrambled eggs and goji berry fruit, or sautéed and served as a green side dish. Wolfberry leaves pair well with scallops, chicken, pork, eggs, oyster sauce, goji berries, carrots, and celery. They will keep up to three days when stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator.
The Chinese view the Goji berry plant as an important source of nutrients and use the berries, leaves, bark, and roots of the plant in traditional medicine. Wolfberry leaves and buds have been documented as being used in medicinal teas in China for around 2,000 years and are said to have the same antioxidant benefits as the berry. Wolfberry leaves are also considered to be a cooling food that can help with stamina. They are believed to be especially good for the liver, lungs, kidneys and eyes. Chinese parents have been known to feed their school-going children Wolfberry leaves during times of tests and examinations.
The exact origin of the Wolfberry plants is unknown, but it is speculated that they are native to Asia and southeastern Europe. Goji berries have been consumed in China, Japan, and Korea for over 4,000 years. Zhongning county in Ningxia in China is considered to be the birthplace of Goji berry cultivation, and the Ningxia region remains the largest producer of Goji berries. Today Wolfberry leaves can be found at fresh markets and specialty grocers in Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, and the United States.
Type of High
Wolfberry cannabis strain’s high is intensely and devastatingly cerebral until it gives way into calming body effects as the experience continues. Users will feel chatty and possibly aroused, filling with positive tingles.