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Buy premium cannabis flowers – Blueberry is an indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain with unknown true parentage. This bud has been traced back to the early 70’s when the infamous American breeder DJ Short started playing around with different landrace strains, ultimately resulting in this insanely delicious variety. It is thought to be descended from Purple Thai X Afghan, but we will never know for sure. Nonetheless, Blueberry is one of the most popular strains on the market and took home the 2000 Best Indica award at the High Times’ Cannabis Cup thanks to its high-powered effects and mouthwatering blueberry vanilla flavor. The Blueberry high has a euphoric and hazy feel to it that creeps up on you slowly before washing over you with a sense of calm and ease. As this high grows, your mind will fall into a state of hazy introspection that immediately erases any negative or racing thoughts and numbs the brain. With these relaxing effects and its high 16-24% average THC level, Blueberry is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic fatigue, depression, migraines, and chronic stress or anxiety. This bud has grape-shaped olive green nugs with bright blue undertones, fiery orange hairs, and a frosty thick coating of tiny amber colored crystal trichomes. It has a smell much like the taste, with a spicy yet sweet earthy vanilla effect that’s accented by fragrant florals.
One of the all-time favorites worldwide, Blueberry is a 80% indica dominant hybrid originally created back in the 70s by a legendary breeder named DJ Short. It is a 3-way cross between Afghani (a pure landrace indica), Thai (a pure landrace sativa), and Purple Thai (sativa dominant hybrid), which combined to give this strain its unmistakable blueberry aroma and flavor. In 2000, Blueberry won the High Times Cannabis Cup in the Best Indica and Best Overall Strain categories. In 2001, it once again received top marks in the Overall category, taking 3rd place.
Blueberry has notable potency and THC levels range between 16% and 24%, leading some users to refer to it as a “one hit and quit” strain, even among experienced smokers. Upon consuming this strain, agility and coordination will quickly diminish and a sense of lethargy will set in. It can prove disorienting in situations that require cognitive function and highly detrimental for situations that require physical work. However, as it was intended for therapeutic effects, it is great in relaxed settings to help combat anxiety and stress, facilitate calmness, and ease a restless mind. It can be used for pain relief, with heavy dosage producing narcotic-like effects, which for some patients serves as an alternative to prescription pills. The cerebral effects of Blueberry are minimal, being vestiges of its sativa genetics. These present themselves as mild euphoria, with some experiencing a boost in sociability and mood. If used at night, Blueberry can facilitate a long lasting, deep and undisturbed sleep, with no drowsiness or hangover-like effects the morning after. With a high that is said to last longer than average, Blueberry does tend to produce dry mouth, dry eyes, some spaciness and a potentially severe case of couchlock.
Blueberry has small, dense buds that are characteristically indica, predominantly forest green in color, but frequently containing traces of red and purple. These colorful hues are byproducts of anthocyanin, a highly concentrated pigment contained in Blueberry’s genepool, which becomes activated with exposure to cold temperatures during the flowering period and can present itself as red, purple, or even blue, depending on the pH. In fact, Blueberry cultivators often seek to bring out these vibrant colors by artificially shocking the plant with cold temperature towards the end of the flowering cycle.
Blueberry is highly resinous; the leaves are generously covered with trichomes, which due to their translucency are somewhat difficult to see with the naked eye. The compact buds are very sticky, requiring a grinder to break apart. When broken, the sweet and mildly tart Blueberry flavor that is reminiscent of the Purple Thai parent strain gives way to muskier, spicy notes, reminiscent of the Afghani kin. When lit, the strain produces a skunky, berry flavored smoke that is surprisingly smooth for an indica.
Blueberry can be cultivated inside or out and skilled growers can anticipate yields of up to 500 grams per square meter (or 1.5 ounces per square foot of plant) when grown with moderate humidity and daytime temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Only reaching up to 3.5 feet in height, Blueberry branches out wildly with a great buds to leaves ratio, requiring much less time spent trimming. Indoors, Blueberry flowers in 8 to 10 weeks and outdoors it harvests in mid-October.