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About Rocky Mountain Blueberry
Perfectly named after the region in which she was cultivated, Rocky Mountain Blueberry is a proprietary strain from The Farm in Colorado. Known for breeding exceptional bud, the team there crossed Shishkaberry and Blueberry to result in an indica-dominant variety that offers well-balanced effects and great flavors.
With a high of 18% THC, the potency of Rocky Mountain Blueberry is great for experienced users who want something gentle as well as brand new users who are just dipping their toes into the cannabis world. Nugs are fairly dense and take on a beautiful appearance with an olive green base color, blue undertones, and light purple trichomes. Sweet blueberry flavor will coat your palate with a similar smell that permeates the air along with touches of lemon, pine, and mint.
Given that this strain offers a rollercoaster of effects, it’s important to time your dose just right. Initially, her sativa side will kick in with a burst of euphoria and creative energy that’s great for getting work done at the office or socializing with friends. Many like to take this strain outside for adventures in nature, but keep in mind that before long you’ll become far too relaxed to make it back from a long hike. Rocky Mountain Blueberry settles in with strong relaxing tingles that start at the temples and work their way down to your toes.
A jack of all trades when it comes to medicinal relief, this bud is exceptional at boosting one’s mood and letting stress and depression simply fade away. While it certainly won’t cure your woes permanently, a few tokes of Rocky Mountain Blueberry makes the world seem just a bit brighter. Chronic physical issues, as well as occasional pain like headaches or cramps, will also be relieved once the tingles kick in, and for some, this also brings along a sensation of arousal.
While it’s a fairly easy strain to cultivate at home, this variety does require a bit more attention than most. Plants end up being short but quite branchy, forcing growers to keep an eye on her and trim as needed. Aromas are another factor to consider, and while you can rear Rocky Mountain Blueberry inside or outdoors, her blueberry scent is pungent enough to potentially draw in some unwanted attention.
Ultimately, this strain will become a steady companion once you’re able to dial in her timeline of effects. Try Rocky Mountain Blueberry toward the end of the afternoon for an easy way to fight fatigue and take full advantage of her initial uplifting effects. Then, head home and settle in on the couch or in bed with a special friend and enjoy what the rest of the night has in store.