Blueberry-Hashplant

Blueberry Hashplant

Ratings
5/5
  • Type
    Indica Dominant
  • Flowering Period
    7 to 8 weeks
  • Climate
    Cool outdoor
  • Yield
    10 to 12 ounces per square meter indoors and 13 ounces per plant outdoors
  • Flavors
    Blueberry, fruity, sweet, spicy and hash
  • THC Content
    18% to 24%
  • Height
    Tall, up to 9 feet
  • Growing Difficulty
    Easy

Strain Information

Cultivated in Southern Spain, the Blueberry Hashplant is a result of crossing the Blueberry and California Hash strain. The nugs of this plant are forest green in color and accented by deep blue hues. Amber-colored pistils and white trichomes complete the look, giving a beautiful contrast.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Blueberry Hashplant?

Not surprisingly, the Blueberry Hashplant cannabis strain is rich in dark fruit and blueberry with hints of hash. A subtle aftertaste of spices lingers on the mouth hours even after the last puff.

The high that rushes to head right away gives way for a fully relaxing and calm body buzz in a short while. The cerebral rush gives you a feeling of euphoria, leading to uncontrollable giggles. Once the body sensation takes over, you will start feeling comfortable. Often times, too comfortable that you might find yourself looking for the nearest place to sleep.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Blueberry Hashplant?

As a mood stimulator, the Blueberry Hashplant can easily help manage symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders. The sedative properties also helps patients who are struggling with insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Blueberry Hashplant?

Experiencing dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are normal when smoking the Blueberry Hashplant. Making sure to stay hydrated throughout the day will keep these discomforts at bay.

How to Grow Blueberry Hashplant?

The Blueberry Hashplant is relatively easy to grow, just like its impressive lineage. It is resistant against molds and other common diseases and can grow indoors and out. When cultivated outdoors, it grows best in cooler temperatures with lots of sunlight. The Screen of Green method works well when it is cultivated indoors.

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