Blue Mystic was created in California by crossing the Cannabis Cup 2000 winner Blueberry with old-school skunk strain Northern Lights, giving an Indica and Sativa hybrid which is predominantly Indica.
This is a potent weed that gives a strong body stone with some couchlock tendencies that’s combined with a notably narcotic high. The flavor has smooth notes of berries and fresh fruit and the smell has the berry tones as well as an earthy aroma. Its medicinal properties include pain relief as well as alleviation of stress and insomnia.
The plant takes on a visibly blue colour as it gets into its flowering period, both on the leaves and buds. The large, heavy buds are dense and have a velvety look and the plant grows to around 120 centimetres indoors. The THC content is on the medium to high side at 15 to 20 percent.
The Blue Mystic strain is best suited to indoor growth where it thrives with hydroponics and the SOG method and its relatively neutral smell helps to keep your grow discreet. Flowering time is eight to nine weeks and careful growers can achieve yields of up to 450 grams per square metre.
Growing outdoors requires a warm sunny climate and a rich, nutrient-high soil. The plants should be ready for harvest in late September or early October.
To conclude this Blue Mystic review, this is not the easiest marijuana to grow. However, successful horticulturists are rewarded by Blue Mystic’s attractive appearance, good yields and a potent stone.
Indoors best, possible outdoors
15 - 20%
Late September early October
Blueberry x Northern Lights
Up to 450 g/m2