About Blue Mountain Fire
Imagine a child completely jacked up on candy and soda and that’s pretty much the experience you’ll have after smoking Blue Mountain Fire. This sativa-dominant strain technically has unknown origins, but one look at its effects clues most users into the fact that it probably stems from Jamaican roots. When you’re in need of a mental and physical boost, this strain steps in and completely saves the day.
Shrouded in mystery, Blue Mountain Fire doesn’t have confirmed THC levels, although most speculate that they range between 10% and 15%. Nugs are a neon green with bright orange hairs and a nice coating of white trichomes. Both flavors and scents take on a mix of spicy berry and earth, and as you exhale you’ll notice a touch of tropical fruit as well.
Planning on a night out? How about gearing up for a super busy day at work? Whatever is in front of you, Blue Mountain Fire will give you the energy you need to get it done. Users note that tingles start right away as your mind floats off to a place of happiness that brings out a strong case of the giggles. Despite feeling completely euphoric, you will have enough focus to finish up a project while walking a fine line between a head in the clouds and a body anchored on earth. While this all sounds great, proceed with caution, as overindulging can result in a headache or in some heightened cases of paranoia.
Certainly classified as an upper, Blue Mountain Fire is great for patients who struggle with fatigue or chronic pain that saps them of their energy. A strong mood booster, it’s recommended for individuals who deal with depression and stress, allowing them to wipe their mental slate clean and focus on happiness instead of all of their worries. More specific conditions including glaucoma or muscle spasms can also benefit.
First-time growers would be smart to try out their skills with this strain, as it’s practically fool-proof. Preferring a dry and warm climate, Blue Mountain Fire only needs to be fed and trimmed to produce an average sized yield. If growing indoors, expect a flowering period of about 8 to 9 weeks. Outdoor harvests are ready around the middle of October, but caution should be used here if discretion is required. These plants can grow to be very tall, so make sure you have them in a safeguarded environment.