About Blue Hash
Careful blending and expert cultivation give this bright blue hybrid both its name and its popularity. This cross between Blueberry and The California Hash Plant line is a prime example of how strength, coupled with taste and effect, can really set a strain apart. The breeders at Dinafem understand the tender dance required to create such a mythical strain, so with careful consideration, they cultivate this plant at an altitude of 1500m on the South Pyrenees in Southern Spain, making it a worldwide delicacy that many bud seekers strive to sample.
As you might expect from a Blueberry strain, the flavors and aromas of Blue Hash are rich in dark fruit and juicy berry with hints of hash and earthiness on both the nose and tongue. The pungent undertones don’t overshadow the sweetness of the strain, but definitely align with the high THC levels. CBD content falls at around 1%, giving users a heady high that rounds out nicely with a fully relaxed body. The forest green nugs are accented by deep blue hues and amber colored hairs giving it a startling contrast that is extremely appealing to the eye.
The Blue Hash high is one full of powerful effects leaving you feeling completely at ease and ready for bed in a short while. The high rushes to your head right away, giving you a cerebral feeling of euphoria. This feeling typically leads to giggle fits and an uptick in mood, making it great for anyone wanting to wind down at the end of a stressful day. The hashy burn warms the body from the inside out, leaving you feeling comfortable and sleepy.
Whether you are a recreational or medicinal user you can find a purpose for this strain in your life. As it is a mood stimulator, you’ll find that symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety, and bipolar are curbed with just a few hits. The sedative in the strain helps with insomnia, pain, muscle tension, and headaches. For a lack of appetite, try it in smaller doses.
This strain has been tailored specifically to be mold resistant and to withstand cold nights and high altitudes. Humidity tends to have an adverse effect on these plants, though corrective measures can usually bring them back to health. These plants tend to grow very tall, around 9 feet, so outdoor cultivation is suggested, but if you have the space, they will thrive indoors as well. The yield is high in most cases and has a flowering period of 7 to 8 weeks.
Attractive, tasty, treated like a princess in the mountains of Spain, and sought after by connoisseurs and myth hunters alike… this bud lives the life we all dream of, don’t you think? Enjoy this nightcap with a glass of brandy and give this rarity the attention it deserves as you wind down your mind after a long day.
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