Bred by Bodhi Seeds, Blueberry Hill is a combination of Blueberry and Appalachia. The indica dominant strain was named after the famous 1940s song. With its fine genetics originating from Afghanistan, Colombia, Mexico, and Thailand, the strain truly lives to its name. Just like how the lyrics go, beginners and pro smokers alike can find their thrill on Blueberry Hills with its complex lineage. It can be grown indoors and outdoors.
Flavor and Effects of Blueberry Hill
Blueberry Hills is a complex mix of fruity, spicy, earthy, sour and piney aroma and flavors. The dominating indica genes will relax you but never to a point of couch lock. The thrill begins with a clear-headed buzz rushing to the brain. This buzz clears the mind of messy thoughts to give way to happy thoughts. Users will begin to feel pressure on the head and face (usually around the eyes or temples) eventually sliding downward, giving a soothing full-body effect.
Medical Benefits of Blueberry Hill
Blueberry Hill can aid in stabilizing and uplifting the mood of people suffering from anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder and chronic stress. Physically, the effects can soothe any physical pain such as muscle pain, muscle spasms, inflammation, back pain, and neck pain. It can also be smoked for migraines, nausea, insomnia and loss of appetite.
Negative Effects of Blueberry Hill
Like its parents Blueberry and Appalachia, Blueberry Hill can also cause cottonmouth and dry eyes. If smoked beyond tolerance, the effects which are supposed to be uplifting can bring discomfort in the form of migraine, nausea, hallucination, paranoia, tiredness and feelings of restlessness. As advised with other strains, always stay within your tolerance and have water nearby.
Growing Blueberry Hill Some information and Tips
Being indica dominant, Blueberry Hill responds well to Sea of Green (SOG) or hydroponics setup. In terms of fertilizer, experienced growers advised that the strain is a medium to the heavy feeder. It will love nitrogen, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium just like its parents.