Blueberry strain genetics bread by dJ Short have a disputed origin. There are multiple cultivar by this name with slightly different variations in both phenotype and genotype. The most common is a cross of an Afghani land-race strain to two Thai femals. This strain is known to produce 16 to 24% thc and is commonly considered a wide leaf variate or indica dominate plant. Lets form a Amco High Opinion.
This 3.5 G sample was harvested on july 1st. Steep Hill laboratory test date of July 18th. The THC content is 16.51% the CBD content a minimal 0.01 8%.
This sample presents in 4 dense nuggs that are multiple hues of blue green. Its Sandy coloration of the pistil formations are unique. The coloration is almost that of a light hardwood.The tricomb coverage is minimally visible to the naked eye. Amco High pinion on the look 8 of 10. Small trimmings are packaged as well Im sure they were not done intentionally.
The smell on this sample is delightful. The sweet hints of berry and skunk are plentiful. I smell a Floral hint of a terpene name geraniol. This terpene is identified by it’s smell that is similar 2 geranium flowers. Often a terpene used for gut health and Crohn’s disease symptom control. Amco high opinion 8 do to the lack of pungentness.
High Banks blue dream came to me at a optimal relative humidity. I give each Bud Light squeeze and they return to their original shape. Under the microscope there are slightly less amber trichomes then I personally like and heavy Indica or broad leaf dominant strains. This sample was not hand trimmed. The bulbous head trichomes have some decapitation exteriorly. Amco High Opinion 7 do to the decapitation mostly.
I take a dry hit through the half-gram joint will a glass crutch. I was careful to use scissors and unbleached rolling paper of the finest quality so not to disturb the terpene profile. The floral notes of linalool, geraniol, and myrcene are dominant. Amco high opinion 9.
With the terpene profile presented here in my opinion this train is a tool for multiple symptoms and medical issues. From mood stabilization, muscle pain, muscle relaxation, gastrointestinal issues, or just a nightcap to melt away the days stressors this strain packs a terpene to address the situation. THC content is not through the roof making this batch ideal for Midday medication even if the patient is closer to the beginning stages of THC tolerance. Amco High Opinion of 9. I personally was I able to minimize my muscle pain by 2 points. Overall mood seem to be uplifted despite being woke extremely early even for me. their is Room for improvement in High Banks grow of this train. I would love to see this strain testing in that lower twenties. This is achievable as well if the flowers we’re hand trimmed there would be more terpenes available. Machine tremors remove the heads of the exterior bulbous trichomes causing the terpene alcohol’s to off gas before the patient get the chance to inhale them. In a small craft grow like the dispensaries are allowed in our state it’s my opinion the small grows should be hand trimming everything they produce. Machine trimming artisan grown cannabis is like using a automatic car wash to clean a Indian Larry Motorcycle. It just don’t make sense.
It’s Amco high opinion High bank in-house grow a blueberry gets an average of 8.2 out of 10. The majority of the point could have been made up with a better trim and a slightly more pungent smell. Which would come with less off gassing due to decapitation.