About Blueberry Seagal
History & Genetics
If you reside in or are visiting Canada, you may have noticed a strain hitting most dispensaries’ shelves called Blueberry Seagal. It’s made a lasting impression with the locals boasting about its blueberry muffin flavor and the beautifully manicured buds. The expert cultivators at Color Cannabis created this in-demand, delicious strain. Although the genetic cross is still a mystery between “unknown hybrids,” some connoisseurs are placing bets that one parent has lineage to DJ Short Blueberry.
Blueberry Seagal is a perfect match for the consumer who enjoys a hybrid, laid-back yet functional high that leans slightly on the indica side. After it's harvested and cured, it can range anywhere from 13-22% THC. There is often around 2% CBD that comes along with its cannabinoid profile which produces the mellow high and reduces paranoia.
Appearance, Aroma, and Flavor
People who enjoy fruity strains will be in for a treat when they get their hands on this popular strain which gushes a sweet blueberry aroma and flavor. Some older consumers say it’s the best “blueberry” strain they’ve smoked since DJ Short Blueberry, Blueberry, and Blueberry Yum Yum that Ludacris loves so much. There are undertones of spicy fruit and floral earth too, especially if you smoke it from a dry herb vaporizer.
The terpenes that are most prevalent in Blueberry Seagal are Beta-caryophyllene and Nerolidol. Caryophellene is very commonly found in cannabis and is known for its more earthy and peppery flavors. Nerolidol is very aromatic and is often a terpene found in perfumes sourced from jasmine, tea tree, apples, and roses, so it doesn't surprise us how juicy and mouthwatering this strain is.
The nugs of Blueberry Seagal develop into dense and chunky Christmas trees. They have neon-green colored leaves with orange hairs in clusters stemming from the calyxes. Trichomes dust the surface of the bud which gives it a resinous glisten.
Blueberry Seagal is a great strain to be enjoyed during the day or the evening. It provides very relaxing effects, but nothing that isn’t functional for the average consumer. It delivers a sense of bliss and euphoria – and, who doesn’t love that. This strain can help wind you down, with a sense of calmness, from a hectic day without too much sedation.
This strain has been proven as a fun and functional one to enjoy with friends. It would be a perfect strain for concerts or a night out on the town. Cooking and a “Netflix and chill” night pairs well too.
Medical patients tend to gravitate to Blueberry Seagal when they are trying to brush off anxiety and overwhelming thoughts. It can also calm one’s stress, mood swings, and ease restlessness.
As of right now, Blueberry Seagal seeds are not available and growing information is limited because of its unknown lineage. Color Cannabis, the creators, currently grow this strain in greenhouses in Strathroy, Ontario. The flowers and tops are dried naturally to preserve their terpenes. You can find Blueberry Seagal nuggets, pre-rolls, and milled flower at dispensaries like Fire and Flower throughout Canada.