Feminised Seeds | Indica Dominant
Lineage: Afghani x Purple Thai x Thai
The bag appeal of Blueberry is not just confined to its eye-catching hues. The exquisite flowers instantly give off the scent of fresh blueberries.
A true A-list Indica heavy (80% Indica, 20%sativa), Blueberry, is a weed strain perfect for enjoying any time of year. The marijuana hybrid, Blueberry, also known as ‘Berry Blue’ enjoys a strong lineage that goes back as far as the 1970s.
This flavour-forward Indica hybrid bears small and densely packed flowers as expected from an Indica strain. The compact forest green leaves show traces of red and purple. The latter colours appear due to high concentrations of anthocyanin in the plant’s genetic make-up. The elegant Blueberry bears very sticky buds that are difficult to break up by hand without using a grinder. Its THC level ranges between 15% and 24%.
The Indica dominant Blueberry marijuana strain is a beautiful blend of Afghani Indica, Thai sativa, and Purple Thai sativa. Its taste is undoubtedly a big draw, but the THC composition (15%-24%) certainly doesn’t hurt.
Developed in the 70s, it gives rise to dense, fat purple buds that look stunning and smoke smoothly. The supreme Blueberry claims the High Time Cannabis Cup 2000 for Best Indica that soared its legendary status to new heights!
Blueberry, also described as’ one hit and quit” is a distinctly potent strain, even for the experienced marijuana enthusiasts. Consumers immediately feel a sense of physical heaviness that may hinder their agility in situations that demand coordination or mobility. This physical sensation can lead to therapeutic calmness in relaxed settings, allowing users to unwind after a tiresome day or laborious week of work.
The Indica dominant, Blueberry, causes some slight mental effects due to sativa genetics (20% sativa) inherited from her supreme parents. However, these mental effects transform into euphoric uplift more than of cerebral thoughtfulness.
Using this potent strain, smokers may become chatty or even giggly. It is not considered an ideal strain for creativity and productivity; however, best for tranquil evening use!
The bag appeal of Blueberry is not just confined to its eye-catching hues. The exquisite flowers instantly give off the scent of fresh blueberries. The sweet and slightly tart smell resembles the aroma of Purple Thai parent strains.
The Blueberry buds bear more complex odours of spice and musk, inherited from the Afghani strain. It tastes sweet on every inhale and exhale with no lingering funk.
Medically speaking, Blueberry carries almost narcotic properties. This characteristic is helpful to deal with pain conditions-both short-term pain due to exercise or injury, and long-term chronic pain caused by nerve damage or disease.
It also helps treat some troubling symptoms of anxiety, stress, and PTSD. It creates a robust physical relaxation that fights a racing, preoccupied mind. It acts as an effective antidote to entrenched insomnia, inducing deep and lasting sleep.
The celebrated strain, Blueberry, requires close attention. It is considered quite the picky feeder when it comes to fertilizing. It can reward you with a grade A harvest under favourable climate and experienced growers’ hands.
This fruity strain attains a height of around 50 to 100cm when grown indoors. Some breeders also grow it as a clone, taking clippings from mature and healthy plants.
Many growers germinate several seeds at one time and pick the best seedlings to get mother plants. The plant holds an ideal leaf-to-bud ratio, meaning that the plants needs minimal trimming of broad fan leaves.
It hands over beautiful flowers within 8 to 9 weeks during indoor growth and will be ready for a harvest in mid-October outdoors. The plant releases a moderate to high yield, delivering about 1.5 ounces of flower per square foot of plant!