These folk at RNM Flowers really know what they’re doing. They are breeders par excellence, and this wonderful bud is testament to that. By devilishly crossing the Blue Dream and Tahoe OG strains, these talented people have given life to Blue Nightmare. Don’t worry, there are no nightmares here. Quite the opposite, in fact. This bud is what dreams are made of. With its rich parentage and daunting 15-26% average THC level, users are rewarded with a high that will invigorate and soothe body and mind.
Blue Nightmare has medium-sized lumpy and dense popcorn-shaped bright neon green nugs with a thick layer of fiery orange hairs and a visible super sticky coating of sweet resin. A sweet berry bouquet with an overtone of earthy floral is released into the air when the buds are broken apart. The taste and flavour are of sweet blueberry earth with a hint of slight pungency upon exhale.
The high from Blue Nightmare is a thing of beauty. Before you exhale your first hit, it grabs you. From the get-go, you will be catapulted from the ground until you’re flying high in the friendly sky, without a care in the world. Waves of creative energy will wash over you as your euphoria inspires all manner of desires, be they creative or otherwise. This magic is soon replaced with a physical tingly feeling that spreads throughout, from head to toe, until the full-bodied relaxation has become king. Between the mental bliss and the physical wonderment, Blue Nightmare is a dream you won’t want to wake up from.
These cerebral and physical effects and its powerful THC level make Blue Nightmare perfect for treating mild to moderate cases of depression, migraines or headaches, chronic fatigue, and muscle spasms or tremors.
Unfortunately, RNM Flowers has not made seeds of Blue Nightmare available for commercial sale. As such, prospective growers must obtain clippings from mature plants of the strain in order to grow genetically identical “clones.” Once obtained, it can be grown indoors and outdoors. When growing indoors, this plant will flower in 8 to 9 weeks. Outdoors, expect it to flower in the middle of October.