Blue Lightning Marijuana Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain Indica Dominant Hybrid 90% Indica / 10% Sativa

THC: 25%

Blue Lightning is a heavily indica dominant hybrid strain (90% indica/10% sativa) created through crossing the beloved Blueberry X Northern Lights strains. If you're looking for the perfect nighttime strain with an insanely delicious flavor, you've found it. Blue Lightning packs hard-hitting sedative effects that are perfect for helping you kick back at night when sleep just won't come. You'll feel a super strong rush of euphoria almost immediately after your first toke, launching you into a heady and unfocused state that is deeply relaxing. Soon, your body will begin to settle into a heavy relaxation that leaves you totally sedated and couch-locked. Soon, these effects will turn sleepy, lulling you into a peaceful state that will have you dozing in minutes. Thanks to these heavy effects and its high 22-26% average THC level, Blue Lightning is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as insomnia chronic pain, depression, muscle spasms or cramps, and fatigue. This bud has a super sweet and spicy blueberry earth flavor with a touch of herbs upon exhale. The aroma is very sweet and earthy with a blueberry overtone that will leave your mouth watering. Blue Lightning buds have Christmas tree-shaped forest green nug with thin orange hairs and a coating of chunky frosty white crystal trichomes.
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Sometimes when two excellent strains of cannabis are bred together, the result might be inexplicably disastrous. This was completely not the case with blue lights. It has all the best qualities of both of its parents. It has a delicious arboreal blueberry flavor that isn't too thick and is also sweet and tart to the senses. Zero stray thoughts. Lets you put yourself down and sleep like you did when you weren't a year old.

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