Blueberry pie strain/Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 15% – 19%, CBD: 1%
Blueberry Pie is a cannabis strain that is known for its fruity and sweet flavor profile. It is a hybrid strain that is a cross between two popular strains, Girl Scout Cookies and Blue Dream.
Blueberry Pie typically has a high THC content, which can range from 15% to 25%, and produces a potent and long-lasting high. Its effects are described as a balanced blend of euphoria, relaxation, and creativity, making it a popular choice for both recreational and medicinal users.
Blueberry pie strain is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica&50% sativa) strain created through a cross of the classic Girl Scout Cookies X Blue Dream strains. With a powerful 15-19% THC level and dreamy relaxing effects, you’ll be hooked after just one toke of this delicious bud.
The Blueberry Pie high starts with a cerebral boost of euphoric energy felt a few minutes upon exhale. This happy effect builds and builds, infusing you with a feeling of hazy introspection that lulls your mind and body down into a deeply relaxed state.
Your energy level will ebb and flow in this state, leaving you rolling through uplifted energy and calming sedation. Thanks to these long-lasting effects, Blueberry Pie is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic stress, insomnia, depression, chronic pain, and fatigue.
The Blueberry Pie flavor is exactly what the name suggests – sweet berries and earth with a touch of vanilla and nuttiness. The smell takes on a spicier earthier tinge with a sweet pungent berry effect that’s released as the nugs are broken apart.
This bud has lumpy piecey forest green nugs with rich amber hairs and a coating of tiny amber crystal trichomes.
Blueberry pie strain effects
75 people reported 519 effects
- Helps with
65% of people report feeling relaxed
54% of people report feeling happy
45% of people report feeling uplifted
38% of people report feeling euphoric
24% of people report feeling giggly
21% of people report feeling dry mouth
9% of people report feeling dry eyes
2% of people report feeling headache
1% of people report feeling anxious
1% of people report feeling dizzy