Blueberry Freeze

Blueberry Freeze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Average
Yield
Medium
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
63 - 70 days
Climate
indoor/outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average
Flavors
Fuel, berries, sweet

Where To Buy Blueberry Freeze Marijuana Seeds

Blueberry Freeze Marijuana Seeds Information

It’s a nice smelling hybrid from Masonrie Genetics who aspires on making exotic strain with the highest set of genetics. It is a collaboration of breeders from California and Nevada. When you choose to plant this, you will have a garden that oozes with a sweet smell. With this kind of scent, the taste of this weed is pleasant too. Its profile was completed by combining Strawberry Gelato and Blueberry Cookies.

It is suitable to enjoy a relaxing summer breeze. It has dark, almost black leaves which is not a typical color for marijuana.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blueberry Freeze?

The flavor can be described as sweet berries dipped in fuel. It seems that the components of its flavor are combined to balance things out. It is in the same situation as its effect. It manifests to your body and mind in a fair way so you won’t be found sedated or couch-lock at all.

What are the medical benefits of Blueberry Freeze?

It offers temporary relief for individuals who are suffering from anxiety, depression, stress, and other mental ailments. It can enhance your appetite so you can go back to your healthy diet if you have eating disorders.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blueberry Freeze

It can give dry mouth and irritated eyes to its users. They are common side effects that happen in marijuana consumption. So you have to drink plenty of water to hydrate.

How to grow Blueberry Freeze?

It flourishes within indoor and outdoor plantations. The main nutrients Cannabis plants need are nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus. Each growing stage requires different nutrients aside from the proper amount. Overfeeding and overwatering won’t be good for the plants.

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