Blueberry Cheesecake Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
The smell of this strain is distinctly blueberry cheesecake, and for that reason, it really does taste like it. It has a parent strain from the Blueberry and Cheese, which smells somewhat similar to blueberries. It emerged in British Columbia, Canada, and is a Sativa-dominant hybrid.
The effects of this strain are often used medically, as it is known to help decrease anxiety, stress, and depression. It is an uplifting, euphoric, and relaxing high and can help those with PTSD or chronic pain in general. This strain is perfect for providing relief from nausea, as well as aiding with sleep deprivation.
The adverse effects of this strain include dry mouth, red eyes, cottonmouth, paranoia and anxiety. It is known to induce headaches and dizziness. It’s a richly creamy smoke with hints of sugar, vanilla, and the slightest hint of citrus coming through from the Blueberry side. This strain is usually smoked, but it can also be taken as an edible. It has a high THC count of 18%, which means that a little bit will go a long way.
Blueberry Cheesecake has a large flowering time of eight weeks or more, giving them medium yields with fairly even results for indoor growers and outdoor cultivators. They are known for their long periods of flowering that can go on for up to four months before they finally finish.
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