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About Pacific Blue
The beautiful Pacific Northwest is home to some pretty innovative breeders, and the team at Falcanna have developed Pacific Blue to be the answer to many people’s prayers. A cross between Pre-98 Bubba Kush and DJ Short Blueberry, users are gifted with a strain that’s delicious and powerful.
THC levels in Pacific Blue are nearly as good as you can get, with highs testing in the 28% range. As if that wasn’t enough of a selling point, these blue-hued nugs come complete with a plethora of trichomes and a wealth of flavor. Sweet earth is contrasted by skunky berries for a combination that makes for a great after dinner treat. Pacific Blue’s aroma is much the same, with a skunky tone that fills a room with ease.
If you’re looking for a huge mood booster, this strain may not be your number one pick. While your high begins with a euphoric lift that’s certainly notable, you won’t feel as if you’re entering the gates of heaven with a big grin on your face. Instead, this strain is mostly relaxing in nature, with a mental calm that slowly works its way throughout your entire body. Your mind will become hazy and as the experience continues, you’ll make your way to a stoney and subdued place.
Although breeders at Falcanna are quick to give users information about their strains, what’s not so easy to come by are the ways you can grow it at home. It appears as if seeds or clones are completely unavailable, leaving you to find this beauty only in dispensaries within the Pacific NW region.
Whether you’re in need of a relaxing night at home or you want to take the edge off of mental or physical pain, Pacific Blue is the strain to choose. Noted for sometimes sending users into an aroused state, it’s a bud that’s best when shared between you and someone you care for. If you happen to go it alone, grab a comfortable pillow and sink into the mellow calm it provides that’s as deep as the ocean itself.