Buy Blue Mystic Strain
$310 per oz / $600 per qp / $900 per hp / $1800 per lb
Also known as “Fruity-licious” in some circles this indica has an 18% THC content and is a 20% Sativa 80% indica cross breed of Blueberry and Northern Lights. A stony, sweet, fruity, top choice indica hard to match for its flavor.
The indica cannabis strain named Blue Mystic offers a mystical assortment of effects. Its harvest-ready buds have a gray-like appearance, as they’re blue with a thick dusting of crystal trichomes. The scent and taste of Blue Mystic are of blueberries and fresh earth.
THC levels often fall around 21%, while CBD levels currently remain untested. Its high will cause the mind to find positivity as negativity melts away. This will create a sudden shift in creativity, making this strain suitable to complete hobbies and the like. Fits of the giggles may arise, and happiness will ensue.
Besides your typical cottonmouth and dry eyes, Blue Mystic may cause dizziness or nervousness when consuming in high doses.
It generally takes about 60 days for Blue Mystic to fully flower.
Creative, Euphoria, Giggly, Happy, Sleepy
Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Headaches, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Nausea, PTSD, Stress
Berry, Blueberry, Fruity, Herbal, Spicy, Sweet
Blueberry, Earthy, Fruity, Sweet
Buy Blue Mystic Strain 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 Buy Blue Mystic Strain is much more effective treatment for anxiety, depression, migraines and other headaches, chronic pain, and insomnia. 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