$240.00 – $1,400.00
Blue Mystic is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain which, as the name suggests, is shrouded in mystery. No one knows exactly who first bred Blue Mystic, or where it came from. Because of this, its exact genetic lineage is also unknown, making it incredibly hard to pin down. Most consider the likely parents of this strain to be Northern Lights and Blueberry. Nonetheless, Blue Mystic is its own strain with its own unique and distinct qualities and not just the name for a bunch of different strains with unknown origins.
Out of the packaging, Blue Mystic is a mismatch of both short and medium-sized, dense nuggets. These nugs are typical forest or neon green in color, with a few frosted, orange pistils accenting the shape of the bud. Users also frequently note a thick coating of milky-white trichomes encasing the bud. The flower smells of berries, particularly blueberry, in addition to fresh earth.
Many users find Blue Mystic to be, pardon the pun, a mystical strain that contains the remedies to their ailments. With a moderately high average THC level of 21%, Blue Mystic is a potent strain that some users warn can make you feel dizzy after copious consumption. Expect the flavor of the smoke to resemble its scents. Upon exhale, users are greeted with the warm embrace of happiness and euphoria. You’re likely to feel creative and energized to take on your next project or take a walk around the neighborhood. You’ll also rest easy knowing Blue Mystic’s dull, flowery scent is not attracting the attention of your neighbors the same way some Diesel strains would.
Blue Mystic Strain is a combination of phenotype of Blueberry with a Flo and Afghan hybrid, created by the breeders at Nirvana. It tastes like fresh blueberries and citrus with woody notes. Amsterdam Seed Center clocks average THC levels at 15-20% with low CBD content. Blue Mystic develops short plants and matures with a relatively quick eight-week flowering period. The breeder says it’s easy to grow, especially using Sea of Green (SOG), and prefers an indoor environment and low temperatures during flowering to develop its namesake purple colors. Amsterdam Seed Center says eight weeks of flowering leads to the best flavors but two weeks longer allows the plant to increase its potency. This cultivar develops a large central cola covered with pale green buds, occasional purple coloring, and a blanket of orange pistils and shimmery trichomes. Blue Mystic delivers above average yields when cultivated properly.
Blue Mystic promises high THC levels, with tests showing results as high as 21%. CBD tests, on the other hand, are difficult to come by, so there’s no reliable way to know whether this strain can be used to treat seizures or other conditions that require CBD. In other words, it’s probably not a good choice as yet. But Blue Mystic is much more effective treatment for anxiety, depression, migraines and other headaches, chronic pain, and insomnia.
The high is largely cerebral, with creative, euphoric effects, happiness, and a case of the giggles. That belies this strain’s true indica-dominant nature (sativa/indica ratio of about 40:60). Northern Lights and Blueberry are the most likely parents of Blue Mystic, but there’s no way to know for sure. This strain both tastes and smells like berries, especially blueberries, a sign of its Blueberry heritage. The buds are covered in thick layers of trichomes that hint at Blue Mystic’s potency. Dry eyes and dry mouth are widely reported by users of this strain, while dizziness and paranoia are relatively rare. Blue Mystic sells best in the Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Michigan, and Colorado.
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