This sativa-dominant cannabis plant (70% sativa/30% indica) blooms small, visually generic buds that smell absolutely amazing. One firm pinch of these flowers releases a scent like melted caramel laced with fruit peels, and it tastes much like it smells with an additional hint of fresh grass clippings.
It consistently tests at 20% THC and 1% CBD. This cultivar is known to trigger a long-lasting, fast on-setting buzz that goes straight to the brain. It’ll boost the mood, elevate the spirits, and leave a smoker focused yet chill. It’s recommended for relieving stress, depression, and nausea, though its heady aim makes it a good candidate for reducing pain caused by migraines and headaches, too. Those looking to enhance their cognitive abilities may find themselves making extra connections in their thought centers with a few deep tokes from the Blue Champagne.
Side effects may include paranoia, anxiety, and dry mouth.
Growers should plan for anywhere between 9 to 10 weeks for Blue Champagne’s flowering stage. It produces moderate yields for a sativa hybrid, and it’s an easy strain to clone.
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Blue Champagne is the offspring of the insanely popular Blue Dream crossed with Champagne Kush. Some growers claim there’s Hash Plant in its lineage, but there’s no official confirmation there.