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About the Blue Lights Strain
As a mix of two notorious strains, Blueberry and Northern Lights, Blue Lights marijuana is perfect for a relaxing night indoors. Also known as Blue Lightning, the Blue Lights strain is an Indica-dominant with a Sativa and Indica ratio of about 30:70. If you plan to spend the night winding down, sleeping, reading, or treating yourself to an at-home spa treatment, this strain is the one to try.
Since it’s a derivative of Blueberry marijuana, the Blue Lights strain consists of fluffy, dark green nugs with little brown hairs and blue hues. It gives off a fruity, berry-like aroma and sweet, woody smoke. The taste of Blue Lights is also deliciously fruity, with a pine or slightly skunky flavor on the back end.
The taste, aroma, and effects of the Blue Lights strain make it ideal for first-time or inexperienced smokers. It’s also easy on the lung, but this strain’s drawbacks include dry mouth and eyes.
Blue Lights Marijuana Effects
The strain’s THC levels range from 20 to 30%, so it’s always good to check your nug’s THC content before consuming it. With this THC content, you can expect a full-body reaction with euphoric waves. It can sometimes act as an aphrodisiac, but it’s generally excellent for relieving stress, alleviating headaches, and promoting restful sleep.
Besides euphoria and pain-reducing numbness, Blue Lights marijuana also promotes creativity in some smokers. Smoking this strain can give you a near-instant chill. However, if you’re a seasoned smoker, you may also get a boost in mental focus, energy, and creativity.
Where Can You Buy Blue Lights Cannabis in Washington?
At Cannabis and Glass, you will find multiple cannabis products, including the Blue Lights strain. Our staff consists of expert budtenders who can answer your questions about various marijuana strains and help you find the right one for your needs. Head to one of our dispensaries in Spokane, Spokane Valley, or Liberty Lake, Washington, today.