|PARENT STRAINS:||Crossing Blue Dream with the multi-award-winning NYC Diesel|
|awards:||High times medical marijuana cannabis cups in denver and san francisco|
|TERPENE PROFILE:||Limonene, Nerolidol, Caryophyllene, Alpha Pinene|
|FLOWERING period:||8-9 weeks|
|ready for HARVEST:||Mid October|
|average THC levels%||15-20%|
|INDICA or sativa:||90/10 sativa/indica ratio|
|INDOOR YIELD:||18 oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD:||19 oz/ plant|
|GROWTH DIFFICULTY:||Easy to grow|
What Strain Is Blue Caviar?
Is Blue Caviar Indica Or Sativa?
Blue caviar is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain (90%Sativa/10%Indica) awarded best sativa at two Medicinal Marijuana Cups in 2011. It has a sweet, fruity aroma and a balanced, mellow high that is known for its relaxing and uplifting effects. Blue caviar strain typically has a high THC level, ranging from 15-20%, and a moderate level of CBD. It’s a popular strain among medical and recreational users alike for its ability to help with stress, depression, pain, and fatigue. Also known for its ease of growing and high yields, making it a favorite among cultivators.
Blue Caviar Strain Info:
Lineage is a cross between Blue Dream and NYC Diesel marijuana strains created by unknown breeders.
- Blue Dream x NYC Diesel
Buds are typically light green in color and covered in a thick layer of trichomes, which give them a sticky, resinous texture. The hairs or pistils on the nugs can vary in color, ranging from light orange to a darker, rusty red.
When smoked or vaporized, blue caviar weed typically has a smooth, expansive smoke that can leave a slightly chemical aftertaste on the palate. The flavor profile is a combination of earthy, citrusy, and diesel-like undertones, with a slightly sour and tangy finish. Some even taste a hint of sweetness and skunkiness
A sweet, fruity, and floral aroma with a hint of berry. The exact smell of blue caviar weed can vary depending on the specific phenotype and growing conditions, but overall, its pleasant, inviting and quite distinct.
Blue Caviar Strain Effects:
Known for its energizing and uplifting effects. Often used by those who need a boost of creativity, focus, or motivation. The high typically begins with a rush of euphoria that can be accompanied by a feeling of physical energy and mental clarity. Some feel more sociable and talkative while under this spell. Can also cause anxiety and paranoia, especially at higher doses. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effects, so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
Often used by patients seeking relief from chronic pain, such as arthritis, headaches, and menstrual cramps. has anti-inflammatory properties that can be beneficial for patients with conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). These are suggestions and are not a substitute for professional medical advice.
Can be grown indoors or outdoors in soil, hydroponics, or other mediums. The plant can grow quite tall, reaching up to 4-5 feet (1.2-1.5 meters) in height, with some phenotypes growing even taller. Thrives in warm and dry environments with temperatures ranging from 68-80°F (20-27°C) and a humidity level of 40-50%. Blue caviar strain flowering time is 8-9 weeks and an outdoor harvest time of mid October. Requires a lot of light to grow well, so it’s important to ensure it gets enough. If you’re growing indoors, you can use high-intensity discharge (HID) or LED lights. Growing blue caviar seed indoors yields eighteen ounces per square meter with an outdoor yield of nineteen ounces per plant. To increase yields and improve the quality of your buds, you may need to prune and train your plants. Remember to research and follow your local laws and regulations related to growing cannabis.