Blue Goo is a sweet-smelling hybrid strain that delivers a combination of buzzy cerebral effects and warm, tingly body effects. Blue Goo.
Blue Goo is a Hybrid strain with an unfortunate name that doesn’t reflect its quality whatsoever. This cannabis, bred from the famous Blue Dream and Afgoo, provides a buzzy, loopy cerebral uplift, with a nice accompaniment of bodily warmth for those who find most Sativas too heady. Moreover, it has a smooth, pleasing blueberry flavor.
- Lab Tested Results:
- THC: 18%
- CBD: 1%
- BLUE GOO EXPERIENCE
Although its name makes it sound like a repulsive industrial byproduct, Blue Goo is actually a lovely Sativa dominant weed, descended from two classic marijuana strains; Blue Dream and Afgoo.
This marijuana essentially delivers a gooey version of a classic Sativa experience, marrying mental and bodily effects. With THC of 16 to 22% , it’s a potent strain, deserving of respect, especially from novice smokers.
Upon ingesting or smoking this cannabis, enthusiasts notice a quickly apparent cerebral uplift, with a dawning sense of happiness. Their thoughts take on a fluttery aspect, leading to a feeling of creativity and adventurousness. Simultaneously, they experience a tingly sense of relaxation that spreads throughout their body.
This combination means that this weed is a great halfway point between a narcotic Indica and an eye-popping Sativa: your mind won’t be racing crazily, but it won’t be completely sludgy either.
Blue Goo is available in shatter form from a few different retailers, as well as in vape cartridges from Fast Grass.
TRAITS OF BLUE GOO AND BLUE GOO SEEDS
This cannabis is a pretty and distinct silvery blue-green, with an apparent coating of clear trichomes. It has an unmistakable berry aroma, combined with an earthy skunkiness, and a tangy pine essence. The buds aren’t particularly sticky, and, once broken up and ignited, they produce a surprisingly smooth and sweetly fruity smoke.
Medical Benefits of Blue Goo
Medical marijuana patients suffering from a number of ailments could do far worse than reaching for the Goo in times of need.
Uplifting and energizing effects might be beneficial to patients suffering from mild forms of depression and other mood disorders
Relaxing effects could be of use for patients dealing with chronic anxiety
Modest anesthetic effects could be useful for patients dealing with chronic aches and pains