About Blue Kiss
The strain didn’t just get a cute little name such as Blue Kiss for its bright colors, yet you will most certainly fall in love with this mistress the moment the smoke kisses your lips. This highly euphoric bud is an incredibly rare indica-dominant hybrid created by crossing two very powerful strains, DJ Short Blueberry and Mistress OG, that leaves users feeling uplifted, refreshed, and burning with desire.
With a super high, yet wide swinging THC range that averages at a low of 17% and a high of above 24%, this tantalizing girl has a lot to bring to the table. Between the delicious flavors of blueberry and spice and the intense aromas of spice, berry, and dank earth there’s not a lot left to be desired when reaching for this lovely lady. In addition to teasing your other senses, the appearance of these piecey, dark green buds will dazzle you as well. The rich orange hairs and snowy bed of trichomes give a pop to the deep blue hues that accent the buds.
The Blue Kiss high is refreshing, flavor-packed, and perfectly balanced. It begins with a dreamy haziness that spreads into full body tingles. You’ll notice your mood changing as if all the weight of the world is being lifted off of your shoulders. This sincere euphoria is accompanied by creativity and bouts of heightened focus, though your level of concentration will ebb and flow. As the high builds you fall into an ultra-relaxed state, leaving you to feel somewhat sleepy. Though it won’t outright knock you to your pillow, you may find your motivation goes out the window at this point.
Users who suffer from depression, stress, or mild to moderate anxiety will love this strain. Most people who struggle with mood disorders will find that their symptoms simply fall away one by one after a few tokes. The mood-boosting attributes make it easier to focus which can sometimes be beneficial to ADHD, though it hasn’t been widely tested. Blue Kiss is also highly beneficial for patients who suffer from chronic fatigue, restless leg syndrome, some cases of insomnia caused by restless sleep, nausea, and lack of appetite. The tendency for this strain to get ahead of the user and lead to paranoia is common enough that it isn’t recommended for PTSD, bipolar, or extreme cases of anxiety.
The flowering time on this gem is around 8 weeks for indoor systems or late September to early October for outdoor growth. The overall yield is hard to determine as information beyond flowering time is scarce, though one user reports it to be average to above average depending on where you set your bar.
Seductive and sweet doesn’t begin to cover it. Once you’ve had the taste on your lips you won’t want to kiss anything else. This relaxing strain is one that has the ability to wash away the woes of the day while not weighing you to your seat. The uplift in mood is a great way to round out your night, be it with company or on your own.
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