Blue Lights Strain
Child of a fruity and sedated couple, Blue Lights produces characteristics that have a multitude of effects. Native to Jordan of the Island Seed store in Vancouver, BC, it's now available in the US in scattered dispensaries across the US. Blue Lights continues to make a name for itself. A pretty balanced strain, however, most people - especially novice cannabis users - find this weed relaxes more than anything. Not only does it have significant physical and cerebral effects, but it also helps with many physical and mental ailments.
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Overview of Blue Lights
Blue Lights has a high average THC potency and is usually over 20% THC by weight. Blue Lights has a ratio leaning 70% on the indica side. It's a potent strain, and its plant produces dark green and dense buds. The strain begins to fluff up as it reaches the surface. Some phenotypes have yellows hues around the flower. It's covered with white crystal dust and highlighted with dull orange hairs.
Like its parent strains Blueberry and Northern Lights, Blue Lights has a sweet, fruity taste. Its inhale is smooth letting that fruity taste linger in the back of your throat. Like its taste, its aroma is a berry scent. However, it is pungent. Great for a moderate user.
Potential Positive Effects of Blue Lights
Blue lights is great for indoor activities. Some find its relaxing capabilities useful while meditating. It's also great when you're around a group of friends. It's soothing, but also makes you talkative. If you're alone, you may want to try something creative. Smoking Blue Lights in high dosages will result in more sedation, lowering the chance of doing any listed before. Any smoker will feel euphoric with both high and low dosages.
Potential Negative Effects of Blue Lights
Beginners be wary. Even a small dosage could encourage sedation. Possible adverse effects of Blue Lights include dry mouth, red eyes, headaches, dizziness, and paranoia.
Lineage of Blue Lights
Northern Lights is a classic strain, one mentioned by many entertainers over the last couple of decades. It's a strong indica that will leave you heavily sedated if you use in high dosages as its THC content is 20%. The plant genes were been modified by growers, resulting in a product which can change with each batch. Of course, the bud is dense and dark green. Blue Lights has red, blue, or purple hues. Northern Lights provides a euphoric high and a tasty flavor.
Growing Northern Lights is easy and takes 6-8 weeks indoors and harvested mid-late September for outdoor growing. Indoor produces 12 to 16oz per square meter and outdoor yields about 16oz per plant. Plants need to grow in an ideal environment.
As you probably already assumed, Blueberry will have a fruity tinge to it. It has a 17% THC content and a 2% CBD content. The CBD capabilities of Blueberry do have medical effects. With 80% indica, Blueberry will get you high and then sleepy especially with high dosages. The flower is green, but the leaves have blue shades all over. It has scattered crystals and a medium amount of red hairs.
The Blueberry strain is for moderate growers. The plants grow medium in sunny, Mediterranean climate. Growing indoors takes about nine weeks, yielding 18oz per square meter. When harvesting, plants grown outdoors need to be done in mid-October. Each plant can yeild 25oz per plant. Growing Blue Lights is recommended outdoors, as the plant tends to become wide.
Growing Blue Lights
Blue Lights produces medium-sized plants. Growing Blue Lights is done indoors and outdoors easily. If you're worried about smell, it is highly recommended you grow indoors as the smell is pungent and also lingers.
Growing indoors takes about 8 to 9 weeks to flourish. Plants grown outdoors needs to be harvested by the end of September. The buds come out a pale green color with blue hues.
Where to Find Blue Lights
Blue Lights is still gaining momentum in the legal weed market. If you find it, buy it. Like the elusive Yeti, Blue Lights is rumored to appear across North America, with Alaska, British Columbia, and Washington.