Crimea Blue

About Crimea Blue

Created by Barney's Farm, Crimea Blue is Indica-dominant but tends to deliver a mind-altering Sativa-type high, often followed by "couch-lock" and sleep.

The story of this strain begins with a landrace hybrid mother found in the Ukraine, a short plant that flowers fast and can be great for making hash. Crossing the Ukrainian landrace with a male Blueberry from Dutch Passion, the breeders created a strain that is almost tasteless when inhaled. On exhale, the flavors of Crimea Blue come to life, tasting like cheese, sour fruits, spices, and hash. This strain can have as much as 18% THC and over 1% CBD.

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In smaller doses, this strain's effects can be uplifting and energizing rather than lethargic, but Crimea Blue should still be used later in the day. It may help alleviate the symptoms of chronic stress, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and depression. It is also helpful to people dealing with chronic pain and may help with migraines, glaucoma, and inflammation.

Typical Effects

Sleepy
Sleepy
Energetic
Energetic
Euphoric
Euphoric

Common Usage

Anxiety
Anxiety
Pain
Pain
Depressed
Depressed

Rarely breaking 70 centimeters in height, Crimea Blue can be great for the Sea of Green or Screen of Green growing methods. Pretty easy to grow, this strain can thrive both indoors and out. Despite the short height, the plants may produce up to 450 grams per square meter after flowering for eight to ten weeks. When grown outdoors, Crimea Blue can be expected to be done around the end of September.

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

18%

STRAIN AVERAGE

16%

INDICA AVERAGE

12%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%


Reviews

December 14, 2018

Michael Emler

So my buddy got me an 8th of this that his mom grew... it’s freaking amazing. Not too in-da-couch, awesome for my PTSD and chronic pain so far this is one of my favorites.

December 14, 2018

Michael Emler

So my buddy got me an 8th of this that his mom grew... it’s freaking amazing. Not too in-da-couch, awesome for my PTSD and chronic pain so far this is one of my favorites.