Indica Dominant Hybrid – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa THC: to 25%
The strain Blue Widow may be foreign to you, but I’ll bet you’ve heard of both Blueberry and White Widow, two breeding staples that happened to parent this indica-dominant hybrid , both legendary, powerful strains. Blue Venom is sometimes also called Berry White, White Berry, and Blue Widow. A quick whiff of the open jar and a glance at this strain’s trichome coverage is all you need to piece together Blue Venom’s lineage: Blueberry’s sweet berry aroma is easily distinguished while White Widow reveals itself through a frosty coat of resin, oozing from every crack and crevice.
Blue Venom’s bliss begins before you even indulge as enticing blueberry notes burst from the tight, sticky buds. When smoked, its potency is immediately detected in the head with a rush of calming euphoria that trickles out to the rest of the body. In a vaporizer, this strain tends to have a slower onset, but the creeping flood of full-body relaxation seems to hit even harder than its smoked form.
While a potent indica-dominant strain may not be your typical morning go-to, Blue Venom is remarkably conducive to engaged concentration on any one task. For consumers with a lower THC tolerance, this sense of focus may be more difficult to harness, but Blue Venom has many other merits, especially for patients treating severe pain, chronic pain, anxiety, migraines, nausea, depression, and stress disorder. Blue Venom has a way of injecting social gatherings with fits of laughter and tomfoolery, and when your body is ready to shut down for the night, this hybrid is there to help tranquilize you.
Body High, Euphoria, Giggly, Relaxing
Berry, Blueberry, Sweet
Fruity, Pungent, Skunky, Sweet
ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Arthritis, Chronic Pain, Cramps, Depression, Headaches, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Stress
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