What are the Flavor and Effects of Blueberry Feminized?
As the name suggests, Blueberry Feminized is one of the most alluring strains due to its fragrant scent of sweet berries that gives off an image of a blooming garden. This strain is coupled with some woody hints that gets sharper the more you savor its aroma. But once smoked, the taste is as wonderful as its smell but fuller. And has a blend of creamy vanilla overtones that lingers after exhaling. Such aroma and flavor profile made this a go-to for cannabis connoisseurs.
Meanwhile, Blueberry offers a classic Indica high that culminates in a restful good night’s sleep. But at the onset, this strain first induces a cerebral euphoria in its users, taking away all their negativity and replacing them with a happier state of mind. This uplifting feeling will continue to soar until a creeping body buzz starts to engulfs the entire body. It will bring with it a soothing sensation that will surely wipe away all bodily aches and discomfort. Users will then find themselves too lazy to move and unable to resist the urge to lie down. And soon, they’ll slip into a couch-lock, indulging the deeply relaxing feeling while their thoughts drift along in a cloud nine journey. Then ultimately, users pleasantly hit the sack then wake up tomorrow in a brighter mood. This makes the Blueberry strain ideal for ending positively a nerve-wracking day.
What are the Medical Benefits of Blueberry Feminized?
Blueberry strain’s potently calming high makes this strain effective for therapeutic use in a variety of mental and physical conditions. This strain is generally popular for patients who are suffering from physical pains such as arthritis, nerve damage, migraines, and inflammations due to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also often used to alleviate cases of chronic stress, anxiety, PTSD, and depression. While Insomniacs find this helpful in putting them to sleep and those with appetite problems are stimulated with hunger due to the munchies effect.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blueberry Feminized
Smoking Blueberry Feminized may induce side effects such as the generic cottonmouth and dry eyes. Given its high THC content, smoking too much of this strain will surely induce adverse effects for users who go beyond their THC tolerance. Overwhelmed users may experience aggravated dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety that culminates in sending them to sleep. Although everyone may enjoy this strain, it is always advised that users should start in small doses, especially for beginners who are still building up their tolerance.
How to Grow Blueberry Feminized
Blueberry Feminized is very easy to cultivate even for beginners and its seeds grow into such gorgeously charming plants. For an Indica, this plant is quite bushy and has a robust structure but reaches a height of 225 cm tall like a Sativa. Its dense foliage displays green colored leaves with amber pistils but then reveals purple hues when exposed to cold temperatures during its final weeks of maturing. Its dense nugs are coated with thick crystal trichomes that are oozing with its sweet pungent aroma. The pungency of this strain grows stronger as it grows which may come as an issue for those who prefer to cultivate in secret. As such, setting up odor-control measures should be considered.
For growers who cultivate indoors, this strain will take a lot of space so regular pruning and trimming is a way to go. Growing the plant with soil is highly recommended since it helps enhance the terpene profile in which what Blueberry is distinctly famed for. It also responds well to a Sea of Green (SOG) setup that helps improve its productivity. After a flowering time of 8 to 10 weeks, growers can then expect a decent harvest yield of around 350 to 450 grams per square meter. While for those who would cultivate Blueberry outdoors, the plant can actually thrive in a variety of weathers, even cold ones due to its Afghani roots. But this strain would thrive best in a tropical or sub-tropical climate on a spot with ample sunlight. If done right, growers can then expect a harvest during the month of October, with a generous yield of 400 to 500 grams per plant.