The “Crack” strains usually indicate excellent, high-energy cannabis plants. However, recent shifts in the industry has caused many cultivators and dispensaries to rename these strains, which is why you may see Blue Crack listed as “Turquoise” in some places.
Regardless, this 50/50 hybrid lives up to the “crack” namesake with uber-dense buds that waver between a light emerald green with stripes of deep purple. It smells like a bowl of assorted berries and tastes just like one, too.
Like the other crack varieties, this strain is loaded with THC, with levels as high as 24%. And like the other strains bearing this edgy name, it’ll zip the mind off to far-off places with frantic, wide-awake pacing. This cultivar draws from both its indica and sativa genetics, producing a soothing effect while also buzzing with high energy. This is a strain for go-getters who enjoy medicating in the earlier parts of the day (or the workaholics who love pulling all-nighters). This is definitely not a strain to try if you’re trying to fall asleep.
Dry eyes and a drier mouth are common side effects with this one. Because it inherited some of the more intense aspects of its sativa lineage, anxiety, paranoia, and restlessness can occur in consumers, too.
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Blue Crack is the product of Blue Dream crossed with the (in)famous Green Crack.