Blue Dream induces a gentle cerebral uplift in spite of its high THC levels. However, this is not at all negative. Compared to other strains, it produces a distinct experience as one could still enjoy its potent psychoactive effects without fear of greening out. Thus, it is an excellent choice for beginners and seasoned users.
Nina Limone, on the other hand, is a source of added energy.
It delivers an invigorating buzz that refreshes the mind and motivates users to
move around. In all likelihood, it will dispel the laziness and lethargy one
feels when waking up from a groggy morning.
In combining the two, breeders from Colorado Seeds Inc. created the Sativa-leaning Blue Nina. It exhibits powerful THC levels of 15% to 20% that improve the mood, melt away worries, and expel self-depreciating thoughts that cloud the mind. Users could use it alone in low doses for a productive high. Or with friends in slightly higher doses for a good conversation and some fun time ahead.
Patients may also toke its beneficial buds. It comes with multiple advantages that temporarily provide comfort to patients with mental and physical health issues.
Our Blue Nina Strain Review
Information About Blue Nina Strain
|ORIGIN||Blue Dream and Nina Limone|
|EFFECTS||Euphoric – 10
Happy – 10
Talkative – 10
Creative – 9
Relaxed – 8
|FRAGRANCE||Fruity, citrus, lemon, berries, cheese|
|FLAVORS||Berries, cheese, fruity, citrus, lemon|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10
Anxious – 7
Dry eyes – 7
Dizzy – 3
Paranoid – 3
|MEDICAL||Depression – 10
Fatigue – 10
Stress – 10
Headaches – 9
Inflammation – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late September to mid-October|
|THC CONTENT %||15% to 20%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Blue Nina starts
off with a quick-acting euphoric rush. It improves the mood as it swarms the mind
but does not overwhelm it. In fact, it starts quite slow so users could get a
feel of what is about to come.
Within minutes from
the first puff, a sense of peace and calm takes over. It leaves one feeling
happy as it distracts users from the negativity and self-doubt. In its place,
there is a profound sense of clarity that allows thoughts to drift into ideas without
Encouraging creativity, casual users will find that it is an excellent work companion. It fuels the mind and the body with energy. Moreover, the added enthusiasm helps one stay focused throughout the day while churning in paperwork or doing research.
Its comedown come later around 30 minutes to an hour after the initial head high. It is characterized by a soothing sensation that starts at the temples then travels down to the lower extremities, moving from behind the neck. Eventually, it envelops the body in a mellow blanket of relaxation.
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Blue Nina is a fruity strain with strong notes of citrus, lemon, and berries. Breaking it apart or combusting the bud reveals its surprising cheese undertones.
A blend of berries and cheese take over the palate upon consumption. It has a subtle fruitiness as the smoke swirls inside the mouth. On the exhale, it leaves a citric lemon aftertaste.
Like all strains, Blue Nina comes with a potential for anxiety, dizziness, and paranoia. It is the result of overconsumption, although sometimes influenced by one’s disposition before the high. There are two ways to avoid greening out – pacing and moderation. On the other hand, there is the inevitable dry eyes and cottonmouth which users can manage by downing a few glasses of water throughout the day, as well as avoiding caffeine and alcohol.
Blue Nina is,
presumably, a recreational strain. It has potent levels of THC that could
induce a soaring head high. However, it is the same cannabinoid that provides
relief to psychological distress. It soothes the spirits with a gentle euphoria
thus counteracting the feelings of hopelessness, despair, and cynicism that
people with PTSD, anxiety, and depression.
Crushing stress is also another one of its best attributes. It uplifts the mood, pushing back the overwhelming dread induced by work and worries. At the same time, the rush of energy it delivers at the onset also eliminates fatigue; allowing users to perform tasks and complete goals.
It could be used as an analgesic as well. It relieves various aches and pains all over the body, beginning from the temples. It works best against common conditions such as arthritis, headaches, joint pains, and backaches. Meanwhile, its anti-inflammatory properties appease redness and reduces swelling to further prevent sensitivity in the area. Hence, it could also be used to reduce the number of muscle spasms and cramps patients experience in a single day.
Blue Nina exhibits many Sativa-leaning traits. It is tall, thin, and
lanky. Yet, in spite of its appearance, it retains the sturdiness of its
lineage. It has a sturdy frame and hardy branches that could withstand the
weight of its dense buds and many environmental elements. Thus, it could be cultivated
in different growing areas.
Controllable growing environments allows growers to adjust important growing factors like temperature, lighting, and humidity. Its height may become a problem though. In which case, growers can employ different growing methods to manage it.
For instance, one could top it early to keep it short. There is also the Screen of Green method which keeps the plant manageable by weaving the branches into a screen installed a few inches above the canopy. This also helps distribute light evenly throughout the different budding sites.
Outdoors, it grows vigorously – stretching toward the sun as it goes from seed to harvest. It may need protection against heavy rains and snow that may stunt the plant’s growth or, worst, kill it.
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It takes Blue Nina a short 7 to 9 weeks to blossom. At harvest, each square meter produces between 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
A sturdy strain, Blue Nina can easily withstand the clammy, rainy, and cold weather of the northern hemisphere. It fully matures between the last week of September to the middle of October. Once ready for harvest, it yields at least 16 ounces of buds per plant.
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