Blue Dank

Blue Dank Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Low to Average
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
55 to 65 Days
Warm and Temperate
Growing Difficulty
4 to 6 feetĀ 
Skunky, Pungent

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Blue Dank Marijuana Seeds Information

Purple strain lovers are once again spoiled by the breeder Jordan of the Islands with their creation of this tall species of cannabis. They breed Blueberry and the Purple haze, which results in the birth of Blue Dank.

This strain has broad leaves that are a trait from its dominant genes, which is the Indica. Its leaves are dark green that turns purple later in the flowering phase.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Dank?

This cannabis strain has its skunky flavor that is potently pungent. Its effects are the resemblance of a pure Indica strain, which is very relaxing. It begins with euphoria, followed by body buzzing high that can leave you on your couch for hours. Its effects are also sedating, which is an excellent strain for afternoon relaxation.

What are the Medical Benefits of Blue Dank?

This hybrid has excellent therapeutic contributions in the fields of medicinal marijuana. Its effects act as an analgesic to most of the pain problems like chronic pain, back pain, arthritis, and fatigue. It also boosts the appetite of patients who lose their appetite due to chemotherapy. It is also an aid in achieving better sleep for patients who have Insomnia and other sleeping problems.

Negative Effects you can expect from Blue Dank?

Adverse effects range from simple dry mouth and dry eyes to lethargy. These effects are common to cannabis smoking that are usually temporary and can be treated easily.

How to Grow Blue Dank?

Despite its superior genes of Indica, its height tells a different story. Standing at 4 to 6 feet, this plant bears the Sativa stature. It means that trimming and pruning are necessary to tame this strain. It can be grown indoors and outdoors with sufficient lighting. Its height also depends on how long you will keep the plant in the vegetative phase before you induce it to the photoperiod phase.

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