Blue Thai is a feminized medicinal strain from the labs of Holland and as a result of the crossing of two fragrant buds: Thai skunk mixed with blueberry. This hybrid was created by Dinafem, and it is a plant that is thoroughly covered in crystals and trichomes. This relaxing hybrid can be grown both indoors and outdoors as well as in a greenhouse.
Flavor and Effects
Blue Thai is a strain that tastes the same as it smells. This hybrid tastes sweet like fruity berries and wild blueberries that enhance your high. When you exhale, it will leave a spicy taste and a bit sticky at the tip of the tongue during the day. Blue Thai is becoming increasingly more popular in the medical cannabis arena, because of its many healing abilities. Effects of Blue Thai is a fragrant and enticing strain whose clear goal is to plunge you into a state of total and utter relaxation.
Medical Benefits of Blue Thai
Blue Thai can also be of use to patients who suffer from depression and insomnia, as it can make you feel more positive and relaxed, which can also ensure that you sleep better at night. Many patients also benefit from the regular use of this strain as a painkiller for all sorts of aches and pains. This strain is also known for being an ideal way to treat chronic and debilitating stress disorders. Blue Thai can help you feel more level headed and in control of your emotions, allowing you to think more clearly and respond to situations with less pressure and more patience.
Negative Effects of Blue Thai
Sometimes you may feel that your eyes feel itchy and dry, so it is recommended that you have some eye drops on you, just in case. Blue Thai can leave a feeling of slightly dizzy and often anxious at times, which can even turn into a slight bout of paranoia.
Growing Blue Thai
Blue Thai can be a fruitful plant to grow and can produce average to high yields. This variant can grow quite tall and is happiest in a dry and temperate outdoor climate where it can thrive and stretch itself out into a tall and colorful plant specked with all shades of purple. Blue Thai blooms throughout the early fall and should be ready for harvest around the middle of October.