Blue Iguana

  • Type
  • Flowering Period
    8 to 10 weeks
  • Climate
  • Yield
    21 ounces per square meter
  • Flavors
    Spicy, Herbal, Citrusy, Blueberry
  • THC Content
  • Height
  • Growing Difficulty

Strain Information

Blue Iguana is a hybrid medium-sized plant. This variety of Cannabis has a branchy morphology and can benefit from a slightly longer vegetative cycle, leading to large, healthy colas throughout. Blue Iguana is a Double Dutch crossed with an Old Time Moonshine male. Its bud structure gives this particular strain its name, with buds resembling a large, well-fed iguana. This strain emits skunky, tar, and earthy aromas that may be tough on the nose, but exciting on the palate.

Blue Iguana’s mainly Indica heritage is evident in the robust plant structure and dark green leaves with long, medium-sized leaflets. It doesn’t grow too high either, making it easily manageable when grown indoors. The colas of this plant may match an iguana hence the name. Sizeable harvest is known to supply buds with tar and earthy aromatic notes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Iguana?

The flavor of this strain is best described as a spicy, herbal, citrusy, and blueberry type. This is known to be a lookout for the creeper. This strain has laid people back down on the chair if not careful of the dose it takes. It also makes the user become happy, talkative, and energetic.

What are the medical benefits of Blue Iguana?

Blue Iguana lessens cramps, and it is also an anti-depressant. It can also reduce stress since you feel energized after using it.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blue Iguana

It makes the user’s mouth and eyes dry after taking it. It may make you feel anxious and can cause you to become paranoid.

How to Grow Blue Iguana?

If you plant Blue Iguana in wet areas where rain is common, it is advisable to prune the plants to create more bud sites with smaller flowers and prevent the appearance of botrytis that can occur inside larger compact colas. Outdoor plants can be expected to reach up to 2.5m with a well-branched structure. When growing large plants, it’s a good idea to support the plant with stakes so that they can handle the considerable weight of the buds at the end of flowering.

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