Shatter – Blueberry OG (AAAA+)


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70% Indica
30% Sativa

Blueberry OG, also known as Blueberry OG Kush, is an indica dominant hybrid strain with a 70% to 30% Indica to sativa ratio. This strain is not very potent, averaging a respectable 20% THC.

On the other hand, Blueberry Kush is a 100% pure indica hybrid, and it packs massive THC content that tops out at 24%.

Both strains are offsprings of the two legends, OG Kush and Blueberry, and they may even share some similarities in effects and flavours. But that’s just about where the similarities end.

In this Blueberry OG strain review, we are looking at the 70:30 hybrid, the classic DJ Short Blueberry strain phenotype.

Opening a jar full of Blueberry OG buds gives off a noticeable fresh blueberries smell, complemented by a rich earthy tone. This bud’s aroma is more textured than the original Blueberry’s.

The smell gets more profound when you open up the buds and grind them down for a smoke.

This is where the berry aroma deepens, and you get other hints of diesel and sourness that the strain gets from its OG Kush parent side. But how does it do when it comes to taste?

Smoking this strain delivers the expected blueberries flavour on the inhale, but the earthiness is more noticeable, unlike the aroma.

You will also taste the diesel, dank and sour earth notes that will remind you of the more familiar OG Kush flavour profile hidden behind the tart but sweet blueberries.

These complex flavours combine to create an intense blend that will have your palate wanting more.

This strain’s high starts with a stunning euphoric rush that lifts you off the ground with feelings of light-headedness. You will be stunned for a moment, but as you regain your focus, you will feel your stress and anxiety melting away, leaving you with positive, beautiful thoughts and happiness.

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3.5g, 7g, 14g


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