Blue Royalty

Blue Royalty Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
very high
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
up to 9 weeks
Climate
Cool, dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Short to Medium
Flavors
Berry

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Blue Royalty Marijuana Seeds Information

Blue Royalty is a balanced cross hybrid between the Blue Dream and Mystery Afghani cannabis. This weed is produced by Gomezseeds Medicinals. It needs approximately 9 weeks of flowering time to be able to harvest its flavorful buds.

This marijuana has a small stature but has the capability to grow tall. Blue Royalty usually starts to grow out its tiny but fresh-looking leaves and extends its thin branches that are easily manageable. This cannabis may grow short in height, but it does makeup with its long-lasting effects.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Royalty?

Due to its lineage, Blue Royalty has a tasty berry flavor. When smoking this weed, it causes happiness and a relaxed feeling to the user. Hence, it is also calming and is perfect for daytime and nighttime use for relaxation.

What are the medical benefits of Blue Royalty?

Blue Royalty offers medical benefits such as anti-inflammation medicine. It is also good at treating depression, anxiety and chronic pain.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Blue Royalty

Though Blue Royalty as a product has a lot of beneficial medical properties, some users or most of them felt anxious when consuming this weed. Some users got dizzy. It is reported that it also causes headaches and dryness of the eyes and mouth.

How to Grow Blue Royalty? Some information and Tips

To grow Blue Royalty, it is preferred to cultivate it in a cool, dry environment for purple-hued leaves after its flowering time within eight weeks. Quite an easy weed for beginners and experts to nurture as it is not nutrient-sensitive and is also fast growing. It also uses less space as it most likely grows tall and upwards. Though easy to cultivate, guard it against external sources of harm to be able to grow the plant to its full yield.

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