Blue Velvet is prized for its ease in indoor cultivation as it adopts a short stature and strong structure. Indeed, this union is one that is fit for beginners. Not to mention, it is a sight to behold as the nugs display green and purple hues at maturity and are topped with a glittering crown of resin.
Biting off more than one can chew can induce anxiety along with a headache and a temporary dizziness. It could also cause some people to feel paranoid. As such, users should take it slow during a session.
by Bonza · Published February 12, 2019 · Updated January 29, 2020
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It also works exceptionally well with a Sea of Green setup, which takes advantage of its compact structure by placing it closer together, under a 600 to 1000 watts HPS. Provided, of course, that it is given proper ventilation as it can sometimes harbor in between its leaves and buds which, if left unattended, can develop into mold or mildew. Apart from that, there is not much face time needed. One can reap an average of 300 grams of sticky buds per square meter in just 7 to 9 weeks of flowering.
Blue Velvet has a sweet and sour fragrance that permeates throughout the room once a bag of its buds are opened. It is quite intense, but the subtle hint of pine adds a deeper bite to its profile. Once lit, the smoke is smooth and bursts into the full flavors of freshly-picked blueberries in the palate. An enjoyable herb for the kitchen, a dash or two of this will serve as an excellent component for edibles.
The herb also has analgesic qualities as a result of its high THC. It numbs and relieves pains caused by muscular contractions, cramps, and spasms. As its soothing effects continue to intensify, users experience freedom from the shackles of exhaustion or fatigue.
Great for the social introvert as well as perfect for patients in need of a mental reprieve, Blue Velvet is a great alternative to prescription medication. Not to mention, it is also more enjoyable and delicious.
Without a shread of doubt, its remarkable lineage of two cannabis giants truly shines through in what can only be described as an exquisite blend of power and finesse.
Blue Velvet is prized for its ease in indoor cultivation as it adopts a short stature and strong structure. Indeed, this union is one that is fit for beginners. Read our full strain review for all info.