If you’re familiar with Colorado, then you can tell that’s where Long's Peak Blue gets its. This indica-dominant hybrid has been described as producing a scent that’s like blueberries mixed with skunk, while having a sweetly fruity flavor and aftertaste.
The cured buds of Long's Peak Blue look enticingly similar to the blue spruces found in the Rockies but with a layer of frosty trichomes glistening amidst its flowers.
Its fans have said its a great strain for nighttime use because it tends to lead to sedation. Before sleep finally takes over, reviewers have enjoyed how Long's Peak Blue relaxes and calms their body and mind before sending them into a light state of bliss.
THC levels tend to stay around 20%. This strain was first bred by Rare Dankness Seeds and is a cross between Old Blue and Rare Dankness #1.
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