Blue Sage

Blue Sage Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
19% to 23%
4oz to 8oz per plant
Flowering Period
49 to 70 days
Only suitable indoors
Growing Difficulty
Short to Medium
Sweet, Fruity

Where To Buy Blue Sage Marijuana Seeds

Blue Sage Marijuana Seeds Information

A product from Jordan of the Islands, Blue Sage is a hybrid crossed between the Blueberry and S.A.G.E (Sativa Afghani Genetic Equilibrium). Blue Sage is a stout-sized, thick plant that produces humongous frosty buds. Only available to be cultivated indoors, means easier access but limited growth height but breeds potent and excellent yields.

One of its parents, S.A.G.E has won 2nd place in the blind taste test in Cannabis Cup. One of the reasons is that with S.A.G.E’s genes, it adds a lot of proportions and mass, added with the amazing flavor of Blueberry and that’s why Blue Sage was created. Blue Sage also got characteristics from its parents that makes itself a strong mold-resistant weed.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Sage?

Blue Sage comes in sweet and fruity flavors. When using this cannabis by most likely through smoking, it uplifts the spirit of the user into calmness, bringing you into a euphoric high. It could also be distracting and will get you spaced out. Also, perfect when aiming for a siesta as Blue Sage could make you sleep.

What are the medical benefits Blue Sage?

Blue Sage has medicinal properties for treating insomnia, stress, and depression. It also treats chronic pains and migraines.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Blue Sage

Though Blue Sage induces calmness and gets you spaced out for a time, this means it could hinder your daytime or even night time activities or chores.

How to Grow Blue Sage? Some information and Tips

To grow Blue Sage, the plant should be cultivated only indoors. It needs more or less than 60 days of flowering time. It doesn’t need much trimming and pruning. Feed it with good nutrients and appropriate fertilizer and it will surely pay your hard work.

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