The blueberry strain is a popular indica hybrid and one of the true top-grade cannabis strains. It has gained a high demand after grabbing the High Times’ Cannabis Cup 2000 title. It is a cross-bred of indica Afghani, sativa Thai and Purple Thai variants. Therefore, the strain has a strong genetic backbone. It was originally developed by DJ Short, an American between 1970’s and 1980’s. He discovered it while working with numerous land-race strains.
The blueberry strain can have up to 25% THC content. It has a very low amount of CBD. It is best taken at night as consumers will quickly feel heavy and disorientated. When working in situations that require coordination and mobility, it is best to avoid taking this strain. However, when taken in a relaxed environment, this strain induces a sense of therapeutic calmness and sedation. It has been reported that some users experienced an enhanced creativity level after consuming this strain.
The blueberry has narcotic properties. It greatly helps in easing short-term pain from common injuries and sports injuries. In some cases, it can alleviate long-term pain due to chronic diseases and nerve damages.
Relieving the impact of PTSD and anxiety is one of the most notable effects of the blueberry strain. It relaxes the racing mind by helping users to have a long undisturbed sleep. For the same reason, it makes an excellent remedy for those suffering from severe insomnia.
The side effects of consuming this strain includes dry mouth and eyes. When used heavily, one can lose the focus of the eyes and feel droopy. The after-effect of consuming blueberry is said to be high and lasts longer than the other cannabis strains. For first timers, a little bit of this strain goes a long way, resulting in a relaxed deep sleep after a busy work week.