Blue Streak Aka Blueryder Blue Ryder

Blue Streak (Aka: Blueryder (Blue Ryder) Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
18oz/m² indoors, to 25oz/plant outdoors
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
6 weeks
sunny Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Blueberry, Fruity

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Blue Streak (Aka: Blueryder (Blue Ryder) Marijuana Seeds Information

The Blue Streak, also known as Blue Ryder, is an auto-flowering ruderalis indica-sativa. Processed by Mdanzig Seeds, this strain can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. It requires more or less than 75 days of flowering period.

The Blue Streak came from strains Masterlow and DJ Short Blueberry. The plant can be harvested in almost 3 months’ time. This strain has sweet, blueberry and fruity flavors. It was actually crossed with one another, and their resulting strain is once again cross-bred with the Masterlow creating an auto-flowering strain with Blueberry traits.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Streak?

Blue Streak delivers its sweet, fruity and blueberry flavor. When smoked, it gives off a strong feeling of physical and mental vigor. Makes the user feel uplifted and sociable, euphorically high and long-lasting effect strain.

What are the medical benefits of Blue Streak?

Blue Streak does also makes the smoker gain an appetite. It reduces stress, treats depression, insomnia, inflammation, and it is also a painkiller.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Blue Streak

When using Blue Streak, it leaves its users with dry mouth, dry eyes, and makes them dizzy. It also causes headaches, paranoia and anxiety.

How to Grow Blue Streak? Some information and Tips

Known as a feminized seed, Blue Streak is a stable sativa plant that can be cultivated indoors, outdoors and in greenhouses. Not for recommended for beginners and it comes in feminized seeds to cultivate. This cannabis plant is easy to trim and manage due to its leaf ratio and plant calyx. Preferred to be in a good spot under the sunlight or Mediterranean climate.

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