Blue Haze Strain
Anyone who has smoked weed with the words blue or haze, knows the potential of Blue Haze, a strain sometimes known as Blueberry Haze. This award-winning, potent strain is a mix of Blueberry and Amnesia Haze, creating a high sativa result. But better have some experience for cultivation. The taste of Blue Haze is something a smoker may never forget.
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Overview of Blue Haze
Blue Haze is 80% sativa and has an above average THC content reaching to 24% with CBD content of 0.6%. The buds are standard green, dense, sticky, and covered in frosty crystals. They are medium to large and cylindrical. Due to its sticky characteristics, it's difficult to break up so you better find a grinder.
Shades of purple and blue are seen in other phenotypes due to its high concentrations of anthocyanin pigments from the Blueberry strain. With a sweet, blueberry taste and a touch of wood and earthy undertone, it reminds people of picking fruit from an orchard. The exhale leaves a pungent smell, but it is a sweet, musky, herbal scent. With the aroma comes a thick smoke.
Named "Best Sativa" at the High Times Cannabis Cup 2001, it has a similar profile to Blue Dream, another popular strain.
Potential Positive Effects of Blue Haze
Blue Haze gives a quick rise of cerebral stimulation while moving through your body. Although it influences your body, it's mostly an energetic feeling. Using this flower may have you giggling and ready to get around friends to socialize. Either that, or you may find yourself wanting to be creative. It allows for focused energy while relaxing and experiencing euphoria. This is not a strain suited for night time use, rather better used if you want to complete tasks. Be ready to be high for a while using this Blue Haze.
Potential Negative Effects of Blue Haze
This strain is not for beginners. If a high dosage is used, the feeling of euphoria may turn into paranoia. Other adverse effects include dry eye and mouth and anxiety.
Lineage of Blue Haze
Blueberry has a nice mixture of history. A cross between Afghani, Thai and Purple Thai, this strain has a THC content reaching 16% and a CBD level of 2%. It comes bright green with blue hues brightening its frosty crystals and white hairs. Blueberry should be grown by moderately experienced cultivators.
Blueberry grows both indoors and outdoors but is best grown outdoors in a wide space. Flowering indoors takes about 9 weeks to flourish yielding 18oz per square meter. Outdoor growing needs to be harvested by mid-October and yields 25oz per plant. Blueberry needs sunny, Mediterranean climate to grow.
Amnesia Haze, an indica dominant strain has such a diverse background, there are many phenotypes floating around. This strain has a THC content reaching 21% with 1% CBD. Amnesia Haze has been awarded a few times in different competition including the Cannabis Cup 1st place spot in 2004, and the 1st place Sativa Cup in 2012. Since then, Amnesia Haze is a popular strain in Amsterdam. This flower looks dense but breaks up easily. It is covered in dull rust colored hairs and frosty crystals.
Growing Amnesia Haze can be done both indoors and outdoors. They grow medium height. Indoor flowering takes 9 weeks yielding 21oz per square meter. With outdoor growing, plants must be harvested by late October to yield 25oz per plant. This strain needs sunny, Mediterranean outdoor climate to flourish.
Growing Blue Haze
Because the plant is thick and lacks the abundance of leaves, this bud may not have to be trimmed depending on grow space. The plant grows to about 5 to 6 feet and the climate needs to be Mediterranean with an occasional cold nighttime temperature jolt to stimulate its anthocyanin pigments. Experience is needed to grow, and it is susceptible to molds and mildew.
Blue Haze has no problem growing both indoors and outdoors. Growing indoors takes about 9 to 10 weeks to grow yielding 14 to 22oz per square meter. With outdoor growing, plants need to be harvested by Late October to yield 16 to 20z per plant.
Where to Find Blue Haze
You should be able to find this strain at many dispensaries all around legal states. In legal cannabis markets such as California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and Colorado, users are sure to the strain year-round. Check out our dispensary finder for menus, deals, and more!