Alpine Blue

THC
CBD
17%

Normal

0%

Very Low

60% Sativa
Afternoon
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
17%

Normal

0%

Very Low

Consumption Time
Afternoon

About Alpine Blue

This artic blue bud is the slightly sativa-dominant kin of Blue Mystic and Power Plant strains and is probably best recognized for its unparalleled beauty. Alpine Blue gives you a long-lasting sativa high that is perfect for a day of motivation and creativity. Though its origins are unknown, many compare its bright blue and frosty appearance to a freshly coated mountain peak.

THC levels are untested, however many guess it to be around 15% to 17%, making this strain perfect for recreational use. Its herbal and berry scent and earthy sweet flavors will bring any user to a bright and joyful place that allows them to get ahead of any creative project. The piney, spicy aroma gives you the cool feeling of standing on a mountain, and the appearance only reinforces that as these buds are deep green with bright blue undertones, rich purple hairs, and powdery white trichomes.

Typical Effects

Common Usage

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

17%

STRAIN AVERAGE

16%

SATIVA AVERAGE

13.5%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%

Recreational users can look forward to an easy on the lungs smoke as this is one of the more fluffy strains. After the immediate full body tingle, enjoy the euphoric waves that wash over you in the ebb and flow of the high, taking with it all of the stress and anxieties of the day. If you’ve got a friend to share your sheets with, this strain can be used as an aphrodisiac. Alpine Blue is also perfect for artists as it boosts creativity and focus.

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Medical users love this strain for its immediate response to mood disorders such as depression, stress, bipolar, and other fatigue or pain-inducing mental health problems. As a result of the energetic nature, it isn’t great for those who struggle with anxiety. This one has a tendency to get ahead of those who suffer from PTSD and chronic anxiety. As it is also a mild sedative, users can also benefit from its relief of pain, muscle spasms, and mild cases of chronic migraines.

If you are thinking of growing your own plant, keep in mind that this strain is easy to care for, but will require cropping or topping to keep it in check. It flourishes inside or outside, flowering in 7 to 9 weeks, or late September, and will produce an above-average yield in the right conditions.

Whether you prefer flavor or relaxation, Alpine Blue has something for everyone. It doesn’t just taste delicious, it’s easy on your lungs and sends you into a soft but lasting high. As it is a stimulant and has a tendency to lean towards arousal, you may want to have a special friend join in the fun.


Recent Customer Reviews

Mer Candy

I grew this from a clone autoflower and could resist tasting before letting it cure. It is DELICIOUS. I can’t wait for it to develop its full flavor profile.