B Line

B-Line Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
18oz/ m2
Flowering Period
65-70 days
Sunny Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
medium - large
Berry, blueberry, vanilla, sweet

Where To Buy B-Line Marijuana Seeds

B-Line Marijuana Seeds Information

B-Line, which is also known as Blueberry Line is a rare Sativa dominant strain that has an unknown percentage. It is thought that its descendant is Temple Flo X HTAF. This cannabis is not readily available in markets. Rather, it was created through the breeding process of DJ Short during his quest in creating the perfect weed that is flavored Blueberry.

What are the Flavor and Effects of B-Line?

This marijuana does not disappoint the users when it comes to its taste. It brings on fresh blueberries mixed with sweet earth to have a fruity fresh flavor.

The high from B-line gives relaxing and uplifting effects to the users. At first, users may feel an increase in energy and will provide motivation without causing anxiety. Calmness may also be felt including cerebral elevation, which can keep users high in the sky.

What are the medical benefits of B-Line?

B-Line has a moderate THC level and is perfect for treating different kinds of conditions like chronic stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and insomnia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from B-Line

This cannabis is quite potent and must be used sparingly most especially if you are a newbie who has no idea about the effects that it can bring. When this weed is used in large doses, it makes you feel a bit dizzy and paranoid. The drowsiness may tend to lead to a headache.

How to Grow B-Line? Some information and Tips

This plant likes to thrive in a lot of space because it grows horizontally, which can make itself wide. This plant is not the easiest crop to grow as it will demand a good optimized living environment. Growing this cannabis outdoors and providing it with a lot of organic fertilizers will make it grow vigorously into a happy and tall plant.

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