There is controversy over Blue Maui’s name, some saying the cross of Blueberry and Maui yields it, while others call the lineage of Blue Dream and Maui Waui the source of this strain.
Brought to you by the cultivator PolarisMMJ, the trichomes of this flower are quite visible, and when broken up with your fingers, they flake off easily rather than being too sticky. It’s a good bud to use in your grinder to fill your kief chamber.
And just as its name implies, the Blue Maui strain emits a fragrance that brings images of the warm Hawaiian islands to mind. The floral scent hints to us that there’s ocimene, terpineol, and ger-rain-iol present since they are common terpenes that produce odors of flora that can be found in many perfumes and colognes.
If your strain smells a bit citrusy, lime-o-nene is present, but it’s known to have a traditional skunky undertone.
Blue Maui creates a mellow atmosphere in the mind, keeping energy at hand like the sativa that it is.
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