Blue Mystic takes its name from its blueberry flavour rather than its colour. It’s a cross between Northern Lights and Blueberry. It is a great choice for people who prefer to go easy on the THC and focus on the deep relaxation of CBD.
Blue Mystic has a very moderate THC content, in the region of 10% to 14%, along with about 0.35% CBD. This is still enough THC to make itself felt. Blue Mystic marijuana seeds are not the ones to choose if you have a condition such as highly painful tension headaches, which require a lot of pain relief very quickly. Instead it is typically recommended to people who are more interested in deep, long-lasting pain relief and relaxation. This is a great strain for dealing with insomnia and for calming down emotional issues such as anxiety.
Blue Mystic offers fairly moderate yields by modern standards. Indoors you can expect up to 300-400g/m2 and outdoors you can expect up to 450g per plant. Having said that, this may well be sufficient for many people, who simply want a tasty strain to use on an “as and when basis”; for milder conditions, such as occasional insomnia.
It grows in the typical, bushy, Indica shape, which helps to keep it from being literally blown over in high winds. The good news here is that Blue Mystic does not tend to smell as strongly as other strains do. So odour control is usually less of an issue unless you’re in a really crowded area. Outside of southern Europe, you probably want to think of Blue Mystic as a greenhouse/indoor strain
We’ve classed it as moderately difficult to grow because it’s a photoperiod strain. Total beginners might want to start their marijuana-growing journey with an automatic. But if you feel up to managing light cycles then Blue Mystic should certainly be within the capabilities of the average beginner.
Blue Mystic marijuana seeds require about 8 to 10 weeks of flowering time indoors. Outdoors you will collect your harvest around the end of September. Although Blue Mystic is about 80% Indica, the 20% Sativa genetics mean it can get quite tall, compared to modern Indica dominants. You can expect an indoor minimum height of about 1M and an outdoor maximum height of about 1.8M. Blue Mystic is quite responsive to plant trainin,g both to reduce its height and to increase its yield . For example sea-of-green or screen-of-green set-ups.
As the name suggests, the flavour is full of blueberries, but it’s not blueberry all the way. There’s an all-round, fruity, berry sweetness to it. But there’s also a baseline of herbal earthiness and spices, which stop Blue Mystic from becoming cloyingly sweet. The aroma is also full of blueberries and sweet summer fruits. But does have a hint of earthiness to ground it. While it’s very pleasant, it’s also very light, so it can be a good choice for people who need to medicate in shared spaces.
Blue Mystic takes its name from its taste, the actual nugs are green. If you see photos of this strain and the nugs look blue, then you can safely assume it’s the lighting. This is a fairly attractive strain, thanks to the orange hairs and dusting of white trichomes.