About Blue Iguana
History and Genetics
The exact origins of Blue Iguana are unclear, but it is believed to be a cross between the Blue Dream and Green Iguana strains.
Appearance, Aroma and Flavor
Blue Iguana typically has dense, popcorn-shaped buds that are covered in a thick layer of trichomes, giving them a frosted appearance. The aroma is sweet and fruity with hints of blueberry and earthy undertones. The flavor is also sweet, with a slight blueberry and citrus flavor and musky aftertaste.
Blue Iguana is known for its balanced effects that can help relieve stress and anxiety while also promoting creativity and focus. It can also provide a relaxing body buzz that helps alleviate mild pain and discomfort.
Blue Iguana can be grown indoors or outdoors, but it requires a warm, dry climate with plenty of light and good air circulation. It has a flowering time of around 8-9 weeks and can yield moderate to high amounts of buds.