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Blueberry Medical Marijuana Strain Review, Info & Effects

Blueberry Strain Review



Blueberry marijuana strains.  This beautiful berry marijuana strain, in a similar fashion to its accomplice - the AK-47 marijuana strain - is among the most well know and favored cannabis strains for both growers and medical marijuana patients.  

Blueberry marijuana is a sativa/indica blend, however, most varieties of the blueberry marijuana strains are indica dominant.  It doesn't take to many experiences with Blueberry before one realizes that indica dominant sativa/indica blends make up the large majority of Blueberry marijuana strains.

Given the "berry" name it should come at no surprise that Blueberry Maryjane admits of a strong, almost intense, yet pleasant and citrus fruit aroma and fruity taste that often accompanies many of the "fruity" or "berry" marijuana strains.

Blueberry Strain Information

Blueberry's Potency

Blueberry is with out any question one of the more powerful Indica marijuana strains.  When blueberry strain cannabis seeds are properly grown and cared for they can produce plants yielding buds composed of approximately 19% THC.  That's very high levels of THC.

Recommended Medicinal Uses of Blueberry Strain
As one of the more generic marijuana strains of the day, which is not to say it is not a quality bud, Blueberry has been recommended to treat a very wide variety of symptoms, pains, ailments, etc.  It is not uncommon for Blueberry to be used as a natural anti-anxiety treatment and also as a mild pain reliever.  In addition, like many other marijuana strains, it has been reported to alleviate nausea and stomach pains.  It appears then, that Blueberry wears many hats in the arena of medicinal marijuana.




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