Blue God Strain
Bow to the Blue God if you want a fantastic high. This strain brings a sense of peacefulness to those who use it. A mixture of God Bud and Blueberry, Blue God has an average THC content and a low level of CBD. However, its THC content helps with many physical ailments and desired positive effects. The name itself suggests a relation to the Hindu god Krishna, eighth avatar of Vishnu, and Bhagavad Gita teacher.
MedicalHEADACHE PAIN ANXIETY
FlavorCHEESE SPICY SWEET
EffectsUPLIFTED EUPHORIC RELAXED
Overview of Blue God
Blue God is 90 percent indica with a THC content reaching up to 20 percent. Blue God has a complimentary 0.1 percent CBD level. The bud is full of resin and a high amount of dark blue and sometimes purple hues because of its pigment. The nugs are popcorn-shaped, medium green, and sticky. The outer layer has a dusting of crystals and specks of orange hairs.
Blue God has a strong pungent smell. Its scent is a combination of herbal and fruit, with an earthy undertone. Its flavor, filled with sweetness and a mixture of blueberry and other combinations of fruity tastes. This strain is almost pure indica and is not for daytime use.
This strain landed in fourth place in the Cannabis Culture Toker’s Bowl in 2002.
Potential Positive Effects of Blue God
Blue God has impressive relaxing benefits. While some effects are cerebral, this strain hits the body and hits fast and hard. Psychedelic euphoria will overcome the body leaving someone couch-locked. Blue God provides the sedative peace you need to drift off into a dream-state with a body tingle. There is no chance you would be energized to get through the day. Be happy about sleeping after using Blue God.
Potential Medical Effects of Blue God
Since Blue God is almost pure indica, it has a multitude of medical benefits. This strain provides almost instant relief of pain, insomnia, and mood disorders. It also can help with seizures and stress. Those with a lack of appetite might find they have the munchies after using this strain.
Potential Negative Effects of Blue God
Some adverse effects include dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, and paranoia.
The Lineage of Blue God
Blueberry is an infamous hybrid strain established as one of the best strains of all time. Since its mysterious arrival into the cannabis scene in the late 1970's, the strain has captured headlines for its powerful high, heavy yields, and beautiful blue-hued appearance. Blueberry descends from Afghani indica and Thai sativa roots. Blueberry is potent and boasts THC contents from 15 percent and 24 percent. The strain also reports 1.1 percent CBD and 0.01 percent CBN.
Blueberry grows well both indoors and outdoors yet delivers the best yields outdoors. When grown outside with moderately humid conditions, temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees, and organic fertilizer, the strain is said to grow a vibrant aroma. Blueberry plants can grow to a medium height and require 45 to 55 days to flower indoors. Growers can expect smaller yields per square foot when grown indoors.
God Bud is an indica dominant strain with roughly 20 percent THC and a level of .1 percent CBD. It has a powerful relaxing capability and fantastic medical benefits. God Bud has the typical negative effects. This bud is unique to most as it is bluer than it is green. It has little specks of orange hairs and dust of white crystals. It comes with a pungent, sweet smell.
God Bud needs an experienced cultivator to grow. It can grow both indoors or outdoors in balmy outdoor climate. It is resistant to common molds and mildew. Indoor growing takes seven to eight weeks yielding four ounces per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need harvesting in mid to late October, producing three ounces per plant.
Growing Blue God
Blue God grows both indoors and outdoors. However, outdoor growing needs long seasons to cultivate correctly. Both ways grow successfully in a Mediterranean climate. It’s great for moderate growers and could grow extremely tall outdoors and medium height indoors.
Indoor growing takes eight to nine weeks and will yield 14 to 18 ounces per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need harvesting in early to mid-October. Growing outdoors produces 18 ounces or more per plant.