Blue Permafrost Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 19% - 20%

This strain is probably a descendant of Blueberry and Permafrost. There are definitely Permafrost genes present, but otherwise no one seems to know for sure. Blue Permafrost is sativa-dominant, with a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 30:70. THC levels are something of a mystery, though this strain is known to be rather potent. CBD numbers are likewise scarce, though sativas rarely have much of it. In other words, this probably shouldn't be used a sole medication for seizure disorders or other conditions treated with CBD. Instead, it's ideal for relieving headaches, stiffness, nausea, migraine headaches, and anxiety. The high is mostly cerebral, though much of the strain's medical value comes from its indica genes. Expect a powerful boost of energy from Blue Permafrost. The taste is subtle but sweet, while the aroma is reminiscent of blueberries, another indication of this strain's likely heritage. Adverse effects may include cottonmouth, red eyes, and paranoia. It might be possible to find this rarity in Washington State or California, but even there it doesn't sell in many places. If it can be found, consider Blue Permafrost a rare treat.

Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 19% - 20%

This strain is probably a descendant of Blueberry and Permafrost. There are definitely Permafrost genes present, but otherwise no one seems to know for sure. Blue Permafrost is sativa-dominant, with a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 30:70. THC levels are something of a mystery, though this strain is known to be rather potent. CBD numbers are likewise scarce, though sativas rarely have much of it. In other words, this probably shouldn't be used a sole medication for seizure disorders or other conditions treated with CBD. Instead, it's ideal for relieving headaches, stiffness, nausea, migraine headaches, and anxiety. The high is mostly cerebral, though much of the strain's medical value comes from its indica genes. Expect a powerful boost of energy from Blue Permafrost. The taste is subtle but sweet, while the aroma is reminiscent of blueberries, another indication of this strain's likely heritage. Adverse effects may include cottonmouth, red eyes, and paranoia. It might be possible to find this rarity in Washington State or California, but even there it doesn't sell in many places. If it can be found, consider Blue Permafrost a rare treat.
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