Strain Review: Blueberry Blast

Strain Review: Blueberry Blast

An Explosion of Berries

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When creating a hybrid strain you can get an idea of what you should expect based on which parent plants you chose to cross – in this case, Blueberry Blast is a combination of Blue Dream and Johnny Blaze, which creates a potent sativa strain that has quite a lot to offer when it comes to flavor, aroma and effects.

What You Should Expect

This sativa dominant hybrid is one of a kind, taking after the best of both parent strains. It offers the look you expect from a sativa, light and fluffy, pale to medium green buds – with blue and purple shades mixed in due to the Blue Dream lineage – along with a frosty layer of white crystals coating the edges. The aroma is sweet and offers hints of berries, but you will also find hints of cedar wood; those scents absolutely transfer into the flavor of the smoke or vapor, leaving a sweet and earthy aftertaste that is fairly pleasant for most.

As far as the effects, this strain doesn’t have a documented THC percentage, but it is definitely an uplifting strain that will leave you feeling energized and prepared to take on the day. The euphoric and creative feelings will flow, easing your mind of your biggest stressors and allowing you to be productive and likely hyper-focused. The slight traces of indica effects do allow for a body buzz that will likely take away minor aches and pains and allow you to find more freedom in your activities. Effects generally last for a couple of hours without a terribly harsh let down, allowing you to medicate as needed to continue your day.

Medical Benefits

Due to the sativa nature of this strain it is best used for anxiety and depression disorders, including PTSD. Patients will find that this strain eases the mind and allows them to feel less overwhelmed. It has an energizing tendency, making this an excellent strain to use during the morning or afternoon when you will need to be the most productive. This strain can help with minor aches and pains, but may not have quite the desired pain relieving effects needed by patients with chronic pain.

Overall, this is a very suitable medical cannabis strain for patients suffering from mental disorders – especially when anxiety and depression have made it impossible to perform routine tasks.

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