A true A-List cannabis strain, Blueberry’s legendary status soared to new heights after claiming the High Times’ Cannabis Cup 2000 for Best Indica. The long history of the strain goes back to the late 1970s when American breeder DJ Short was working with a variety of exotic landrace strains. However, throughout the decades of Blueberry’s cultivation, the genetics have been passed around, due in large part to DJ Short working with multiple seed banks and breeders. The sweet flavors of fresh blueberries combine with relaxing effects to produce a long-lasting sense of euphoria. Many consumers utilize Blueberry to help contend with pain and stress. While connoisseurs and growers admire the strain for its colorful hues and high THC content. Blueberry Strain
About blueberry strain
The cannabis strain Blueberry is an indica. Emitting a skunky yet fruity blueberry scent and leaving an indulging, sweet aftertaste when consumed. It’s known to have beautifully colored hues of purple and indigo within its buds when ready to harvest. With patches of white trichomes covering its calyxes that surrounded with golden hairs.
Blueberry’s parent strains are crosses between the indica Afghani and two sativas of Thai and Purple Thai. It first emerged in the late 1970s in the Netherlands.
This potent strain is to have THC levels at around 20%. First-timers should avoid it until you are more familiar with strains and their effects. Its high is know to last up to 3-4 hours and suppresses pain while couch-locking the consumer. It can cause sleepiness and a state of euphoria, lifting one’s spirits.
Because of its potency, it has been to induce paranoia as an adverse side-effect along with the norms of dry mouth and eyes. Reviewers have noted that it can be difficult to hold conversations and be social when using this strain.
Blueberry is a recommended strain for outdoor growing and takes only about eight weeks to flower.