The mad professors at Sin City Seeds in Las Vegas have doubled-down with this complex but rewarding bud, one that you won’t forget in a hurry. This monster is a 4-way cross of the Sour Double, Master Kush, The White and Blue Moonshine strains, and by their collective intensities combined, have bequeathed to the world the truly astonishing, Blue Power. Its ridiculously rich parentage and muscular 16-21% average THC level all but guarantees to put smiles on faces and brains to sea.
Blue Power buds have very vibrant popcorn-shaped nugs with blue undertones, fuzzy bright orange hairs, and a dusting of super chunky white crystal trichomes. This bud has a pungent citric fragrance reminiscent of blueberries blended with lemons. Broken apart or combusted, it releases a barely noticeable earthy undertone that only shines when one receives an aroma from this bud. The flavour is very sweet and fruity with a citrus overtone and hints of delicious earthy berries upon exhale. Overall, this is a delectable delight to the senses.
The high from this giant of alchemy is one that will melt the stresses and strains of an average difficult day. Be prepared to witness pressures and anxieties pack their bags and hit the road. This wonderment of calmness is a slow-burn. Give it a few minutes and you will be gently swept away on a friendly wave of pure bliss, a wave that has an on-board masseuse who will rub the knots from your tense muscles and whisper positive thoughts in your ear as you float on an ocean of tranquillity. As this heavenly sensation progresses, there may be a potential couch-lock scenario in the distance, so be prepared to drop anchor at your most comfortable couch. The power of Blue Power compels you.
With effects like these and its potent 16-21% THC level, Blue Power is perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, appetite loss, nausea, depression, stress and insomnia.
Sin City has made seeds of Blue Power available for sale online. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. Indoors, it will flower in 7 to 8 weeks. Outdoors, expect it to flower in the third week of October.