Blue Mountain Fire

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
10 - 15%
Flavors
earthy, berry, fruity, herbal, spicy, sweet, tropical
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm environment
Yield
Moderate
Height
Tall
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

Blue Mountain Fire’s origin is still unknown to this day, but with its stature and effects, it is said to be an offspring of a Jamaican sativa. Consisting of 70% sativa genes and 30% indica genes, it produces bright green nugs, covered with bright orange hairs and coated with snowy trichomes. The plant smells of sweet meets sour. It gives off a fruity smell, which is more of a berry, with spicy herbal hints. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blue Mountain Fire?

Blue Mountain Fire promises a strong that will hit your tongue hard as it hits your head. Upon inhalation, it tastes like tar but somehow tastes of berry with floral and earthy hints. Upon exhalation, it leaves a spicy herb aftertaste. The high starts like a little ball of fire. You will feel a tingling sensation in your head. The little ball of fire will soon consume your whole head, but instead of hotness, you will feel happiness and energy. This will soon transfer to your body, massaging all tension and pain. It will feel like your head is in the clouds but your body is still on earth.

What are the Medical Benefits of Blue Mountain Fire?

Blue Mountain Fire is perfect for patients feeling fatigued and stressed. Due to its energizing abilities, it can boost your mood and outlook. This makes it perfect for those with depression, anxiety, PTSD and bipolar disorder. The strain can definitely help wipe negative thoughts and feelings of hopelessness. It can also help with glaucoma and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Blue Mountain Fire

Like most potent strains, you can expect negative effects from smoking Blue Mountain Fire. The most common ones are having itchy, irritated and dry eyes, cottonmouth, and a parched throat. Some have also reported being uncomfortable due to dizziness and headache. 

How to grow Blue Mountain Fire? Some information and Tips

Blue Mountain Fire may be a potent strain but it does not ask for too much. It just loves being trimmed and fed properly. Ensure to include nitrogen, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus. You may also use compost tea. In terms of method, you may turn to hydroponics.