Blueberry is a 1970s strain that’s still going strong. This lovely Indica produces calm, relaxing, and euphoric effects. It’s an award-winning strain first bred by the legendary DJ Short.
No cannaoisseur deserves the title unless they’ve tried Blueberry. An award-winning Indica, this lovely lady took home a High Times Cannabis Cup award back in 2000.
This strain first showed up on the scene in the 1970s and since has become the proud parent of many popular offshoots. Blue Dream is one of them perhaps the most well known to marijuana consumers.
You can also find Blueberry listed as DJ Short’s Blueberry. Marijuana enthusiasts can expect to feel nice and relaxed as they soak this one in, with a lasting sense of peace and euphoria.
Traits of Blueberry and Blueberry Seeds
Famous breeder DJ Short is a legend in the cannabis world. His skill has given us some of the most unique strains in the world, and this herb is the most popular. This strain features a striking sweet berry aroma with herbal hints.
Blue in more than just name, marijuana enthusiasts will delight in the dark blue flecks of color that dot this strains pale green leaves.
Like splatters from a painter’s brush, these blue tones appear when the plant has been exposed to cold temperatures at the right time, activating the anthocyanins within the leaves.
A cloudy layer of trichomes gives these already handsome nugs a real twinkle. They also make for some really sticky weed, marijuana consumers will want to keep a grinder nearby if they don’t fancy leaving with sticky fingers.
Medical Benefits of Blueberry
Appealing flavors and a great look are important, but this strain achieved legendary status by adding some potent medicinal benefits.
- Medical marijuana patients with anxiety will appreciate the slight CBD content in this strain, along with the classic Indica sedation.
- The strong bodily-relaxation effects may also provide relief for muscle spasms, rigidity, and pain
- As is the case with many Indicas, this strain can be an effective way to combat insomnia in larger doses