Heavenly Blue

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  • Flowering Period:
    52 days
  • Climate:
    cool-warm climate
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  • Flavors:
    sweet, grape, kush
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Strain Information

Bred by Master Thai, Heavenly Blue was created by combining Heavenly and Tahoe Blue Classic. This genius mix spawned a sativa dominant plant emitting an aroma of sweetness and kush. It can be grown either indoors or outdoors.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Heavenly Blue?

The strain will send you to the blue skies of heaven through its sweet grape and kush scent and flavor. The fast effects are euphoric and energizing, immediately altering a grumpy mood. The flow of ideas is simply overwhelming, and it enhances the user’s creativity by opening and clearing the mind of scattered thoughts. This action allows the accomplishment of multiple tasks, increasing the productivity and feelings of fulfillment, adding further to the euphoria.

What are the Medical Benefits of Heavenly Blue?

The strain is perfect for people with loss of appetite as it can induce hunger. Users with anorexia will find it easier to gain weight because of the munchies. The intense effects can be recommended to people battling depression, anxiety, chronic stress, and chronic fatigue. It can stone the negative racing thoughts in mind, and replace it with overwhelming happiness. It also offers soothing effects for muscle pain, spasms, back pain, and arthritis.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Heavenly Blue

No matter how delectable it is, the strain should never be taken in excessive dosages at any cost. It can cause a couch lock. While it can be beneficial to those who have insomnia, it will not help those with anxiety as it can increase their racing thoughts, which can lead to lethargy. Dry mouth, dry eyes, and parched throat are also among the negatives. 

How to grow Heavenly Blue? 

The vigor of Heavenly Blue strain makes it suitable for the Screen of Green (SCROG) growing. The smell is extremely potent, like its effects, so anti-odor carbon filters will be required. Air ventilation can be ensured by Low Stress Training (LST), with topping incorporated in the technique. This will also eliminate any chances of mold. Lighting should be intense, but never exceeding the 85 degrees Fahrenheit mark.

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