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Della, thank you so much!

Best damn CBD company around and I have ordered through dozens until I found Berkshire. Best product I have found. Always grown and cured like it’s supposed to be. Arrives quick and sticky. Great buds. Everyone else’s bud is dry and tasteless. Berkshire CBD buds are always dense, fresh, smell and taste so damn good. I’m a customer for life.

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Berkshire CBD’s pricing is fairly standardized across their flower, but we did notice some discounts at higher volumes on this Elektra flower relative to what we found previously with the Berkshire Remedy strain. To sum it up, you can get Elektra for $25 for an 1/8 oz, $40 for a 1/4 oz, $60 for 1/2 and $100 for an ounce. This puts this flower at the lower-middle or lower end of the spectrum. The quality of the flower relative to the price really stands out. At these prices, you’re paying 6.7 cents per milligram of CBD when you buy an 1/8th – lower than Remedy, but still medium-high when it comes to prices-per-milligram in flower. Don’t worry, there’s great news ahead. If you buy an ounce, you cut that by 2/3 to 2.1 cents per milligram. Two thirds! That’s an incredible deal for the quality. If you like the effects we described above, you can’t go wrong with Berkshire Elektra.

At $25 for an 1/8 oz, $40 for a 1/4 oz, $65 for 1/2 and $110 for an ounce, this flower is priced at the lower-middle or lower end of the spectrum. Considering the quality of the flower relative to the price, that is an incredible deal. This is by far the best value (price v. quality) we’ve seen thus far. Now, that said, because it is lower on the CBD potency scale, even though the pricing is low on a quantity basis, you’re still paying 7.1 cents per milligram of CBD when you buy an 1/8th. That is actually pretty high when it comes prices-per-milligram in flower. The good news? If you buy an ounce, you cut that almost in half to 3.9 cents per milligram. Almost half! That’s a great deal. We’ve seen some ounces go for $250! If this is the right level of effect for you, you can’t go wrong with Berkshire CBD pricing for the quality.

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First off, we need to mention that our reviewers produced some big clouds well into our session. Unlike many flowers that burn off quickly, Berkshire’s Elektra has some staying power. The gassy – but mellow – smoke started mostly as a head effect. Our reviewers felt a little lighter and had a slight head rush. A chill started in our shoulders at first and, over time, creeped down towards the elbows. As with most sativas, this strain stayed mostly in the upper body and head. We noted that Berkshire Elektra doesn’t have the same head seizing effect that we described with something like Fields of Hemp AC/DC, but did bring about some focus. The more that time wore on, the more we appreciated and felt the full effects of Elektra. One reviewer commented that he was in a Bob Marley mood – relaxed, content and focused. What more do you need?

Lifter was given the name “Lifter” purportedly because of its uplifting effects. It’s safe to say that anyone that has had a handful of Lifter cuts can vouch that it’s definitely not sedating, nor is it particularly indica-like in effect. That said, it’s also generally not particularly energizing either. Berkshire’s Lifter is no different. This flower gives a focused feeling, with a little bit of weight and pressure around the eyes. It won’t slow you down, but it probably won’t make you super motivated in the same way that Cheef Botanicals Hawaiian Haze does. It just makes you focused and meditative without being too euphoric. Nice. It also came with some “body effects.” Our reviewers felt a slight chill around the base of the neck and into the upper shoulders, with a mild, but noticeable relaxation in the muscles. Nothing super crazy, but it definitely relieves tension and allows you to readjust yourself for the day ahead.

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When you tear open a pouch of Elektra, you’ll be greeted with the scent of earth and a touch of sweetness. Berkshire labels the sweetness as Orange Blossom, and while our reviewers couldn’t pinpoint it quite that specifically, did notice some subtle citrus hints. In terms of scent, this flower is not as loud as some, but certainly not subdued either – a really pleasant balance. When smoked, that scent doesn’t fully translate and that was kind of surprising, but not in a bad way. We found that the Berkshire Elektra actually had a diesel quality to the smoke and was quite tasty. Now, that diesel quality wasn’t as pronounced as Hemp Hop’s Abacus Diesel, but it was noticeable for sure. As a result, we found Elektra’s smoke to be not too harsh, bu just a touch harsher than Berkshire’s Remedy flower. That touch of harshness could be relating to the cure more than the strain, in any case.