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Blue Thai

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Fruity
  • Spicy

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Giggly
  • Tingly

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Exploring Nature
  • Knitting
  • People Watching
  • Reading
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

Hailing from the Netherlands, the strain known as Blue Thai is cross between the aromatic Blueberry and Thai Skunk strains. As a slightly Sativa leaning hybrid, the effects of Blue Thai are enjoyed by those looking for a well-balanced strain that is uplifting and relaxing.

Blue Thai’s slow onset of effects has been described by its users to be euphoric and uplifting, starting with a cerebral burst of energy that gets the body going. As the mind drifts off into a happy place, conversations become funnier and simple tasks seemly become a lot more interesting making it a perfect strain to consume throughout the day. Others have enjoyed Blue Thai for the tranquil body buzz it produces as the high settles in giving the mind and body a much-needed rest after a stressful day.

Growing Blue Thai is relatively easy, producing medium-sized plants that grow outward as it develops. As a fast-growing strain, Blue Thai reaches maturity in about 7-8 weeks producing large colas filled with trichome rich buds. A properly cultivated and cured batch will produce large and tapered forest green buds covered in sticky glandular trichomes and burnt orange pistils. The buds of Blue Thai are fragrant and exotic, offering spicy notes of blueberries and earth when ground. Its blueberry flavor is earthy and enticing, providing a sharp and spicy exhale that lingers on the tongue.

THC percentage levels of Blue Thai average in the mid-teens but can reach up into the low 20’s.

Hailing from the Netherlands, the strain known as Blue Thai is cross between the aromatic Blueberry and Thai Skunk strains. As a slightly Sativa leaning hybrid, the effects of Blue Thai are enjoyed by those looking for a well-balanced strain that is uplifting and relaxing. Blue Thai's slow onset…