What is a Blueberry diesel?
Blueberry Diesel is a hybrid (40:60 sativa/indica ratio) cannabis strain that is a cross between two popular strains, Blueberry and Sour Diesel. This strain typically has a sweet and fruity aroma, with hints of blueberry and a diesel-like scent. The effects of Blueberry Diesel are typically described as uplifting and euphoric, with a relaxed and happy feeling. This strain is often used for stress and anxiety relief, as well as for pain management and insomnia. Blueberry is popular among both recreational and medical users, and is often used during the daytime.
The effects are deeply relaxing, with a healthy boost of euphoria.
This Strain is perfect for moments when creativity is needed, and it makes for a lovely daytime choice. Patients suffering from anxiety and depression would benefit from this strain, as would people with chronic pain and nausea.
It’s also an effective appetite enhancer for those with wasting conditions. As with most strains, the most likely adverse effect is dry mouth, though red eyes are also possible. A child of Blueberry and Sour Diesel, Blueberry Diesel is known for its sweet blueberry flavor and berry-like smell.
The diesel aroma associated with its parent plant lives on to subdued effect in Blueberry Diesel. This strain is probably most popular in Colorado, though it’s also common in Nevada, California, Arizona, and Oregon.
This strain is a cross of two favorite strains, Blueberry and Sour Diesel. It is probably best known for its strong blueberry smell with hints of fuel from its Diesel lineage.
Blueberry diesel strain effects
258 people reported 1773 effects
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57% of people report feeling happy
53% of people report feeling euphoric
51% of people report feeling relaxed
45% of people report feeling uplifted
26% of people report feeling energetic
23% of people report feeling dry mouth
16% of people report feeling dry eyes
6% of people report feeling dizzy
3% of people report feeling headache
3% of people report feeling paranoid
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