Blue Nebula

Blue Nebula Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
16% to 20%
450g/m2 to 600 g/m2
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
60 to 65 days
Growing Difficulty
2ft. to 3 ft.
Fruity, Citrus, Spicy, Sweet, Citrus

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Blue Nebula Marijuana Seeds Information

Also known as Starcloud, is a combination of Blue Dream and Nebula strains. It was bred by Paradise Seeds back in 1996. Because of its THC coating, it “twinkles” and has an intense buzz head and body. Another combination of this strain also consists of the US Haze and Master Widow strains.

Blue Nebula’s buds are known to smell and taste like honey. Some say users feel more creative and their sense of focus is heightened. Nevertheless, Blue Nebula gives a powerful mental, psychedelic high and motivation to its users.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Nebula?

This unique strain has a fruity, spicy, berry, sweet and citrus flavor to offer. It gives its users a happy, euphoric high, and uplifted feeling. Some users say they are creatively artistic and energetic when smoking the Blue Nebula. It also provokes thought of any kind when smoked, makes the user hungry.

What are the medical benefits of Blue Nebula?

When using Blue Nebula, the user can feel a deep physical relaxation within his body. This strain is perfect for treating chronic pain and fatigue, and could also relieve stress, anxiety, and depression.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Blue Nebula

On the other hand, excessive intake of Blue Nebula can cause dry mouth and dry eyes. It can also affect the consciousness of the user as it is expected to cause dizziness, headache, and paranoia.

How to Grow Blue Nebula? Some information and Tips

With moderate difficulty to cultivate, this strain grows in both indoor and outdoor location. It requires nine weeks to flower fully. Best if cultivated indoors as long as the light system has adequate watts with the “Sea of Green” (SOG) method, which makes the young strain to flower early and makes the cultivation of this plant easier.

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