Blue Chunk

Blue Chunk Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Average
Yield
Average to High
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
8 to 9 Weeks
Climate
Warm and Temperate to Cold
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Short to Medium
Flavors
Cream and Earthy

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Blue Chunk Marijuana Seeds Information

This cannabis strain is a cross from Peyote Purple and the first filial lineage of the Deep Chunk. It resulted in a bluish to purple cannabis plant is a hybrid that leans more in the Indica category.

Its leaves are broad and thick, with buds frosted with white hairs that are dense and dripping with trichomes. It is bred by Weird and Limited Genetics through the use of their collection of carefully cultivated cannabis seeds.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Chunk?

This Indica strain emits an earthy and creamy scent that gained the favor of its patrons. Its high leans on the Indica family which is known to have a body buzzing high followed by paralyzing couch lock. It is often sedating and ideal for afternoon or night time relaxation.

What are the Medical Benefits of Blue Chunk?

This cannabis plant provides a therapeutic sanctuary to a lot of patients. One of its healing functions acts as an analgesic that is ideal for pain. It can treat arthritis, muscle pain, chronic pain, and spasms. Its sedating property is comforting to patients who have Insomnia who are restless most of the nights.

Negative Effects you can expect from Blue Chunk?

The only drawback that it can cause is some adverse effects that are temporary and can quickly shake off. It may include too much thirst, which is also known as cottonmouth, dry eyes, and dizziness when overly consumed.

How to Grow Blue Chunk?

Like most of the Indica variety, which develops resistance in cold temperature, this plant also flourishes in the same environment and produces a bluish to purple tone. It also thrives in the temperate climate and can be grown indoors and outdoors.

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