Blue Magoo

Blue Magoo is a indica dominant hybrid that hails from the great Blueberry cannabis lineage. It is usually a mix of 85% indica and 15% sativa. When this strain is taken to a lab, it averages between 16% and 21% THC.

It was created by Portland based breeders, Dynasty Seeds. They were the ones that created the famous Caramel Cough and Huckleberry Diesel. Dynasty Seeds took a cut of Blueberry that was made by breeder DJ Short and crossed it with F2.

Blue Magoo is a beautiful flower with powerful effects. It’s a plant that grows short and bushy. And the high is heady and creates a heavy couch locking sensation. Blue Magoo is highly sought after because it combats several symptoms and leaves people feeling great all day.

What Blue Magoo Looks Like and How to Grow It

Blue Magoo grows as a medium to large flower. The buds are loose and fluffy, the buds break apart easier. Its buds are green and yellow with rust colored hairs scattered throughout. Other Blue Magoo phenotypes can grow in cooler climates. They have the potential to grow buds that are colored in blue and purple.

This strain has a sticky texture because it is covered in lots of sticky trichomes. The company that created Blue Magoo has not released their seeds for commercial sale. A grower will have to obtain a clipping from a mother plant.

It is recommended that growers top off when pruning Blue Magoo plants. They should top off all broad fan leaves that are blocking the light from the lower-growing flower nodes. After 7 to 8 weeks, Blue Magoo will be ready to harvest.

Why Choose Blue Magoo

People love Blue Magoo because it makes them feel instantly relaxed. Smokers find themselves breathing easier and their muscle’s tensions loosen up. The high is heavily sedating but it facilitates creative thinking with a healthy dose of smiles.

The most common effects are relaxed, happy, euphoric, uplifted and giggly. Expect to be extra chatty after a few tokes of Blue Magoo. Your lips will start to stretch from ear to ear and your eyes will begin to squint so hard. They’ll look like you are trying to chew a small slice of lemon.

People chase after this strain for its medicinal effects and for its heavy high. People can find comfort from relief from stress, depression, pain, nausea and insomnia. It is recommended that this strain be used in the evening because it tends to deeply relax and sedate people.

What to Watch Out For

People say it gives them the munchies. Anyone who suffers from lack of appetite won’t for long when smoking this strain. It also causes other symptoms that may not be too favorable.

Dry mouth and dry eyes are the most common side effects associated with Blue Magoo. This strain causes heavy dry red eyes, but it is easy to deal with without the use of eye drops. However, if anyone needs to get rid of their eye discomfort, it wouldn’t hurt to put a few eye-drops on. The dry mouth sensation is also heavy, but a soda pop or a simple glass of juice or water will take care of it.

Other side effects are anxiousness, dizziness and paranoia. After smoking a toke, the sedating high starts to kick in. Taking a couple more puffs the high intensifies to where vision starts to blur a little. And getting up to quickly or moving to fast all of a sudden will create feelings of dizziness. The paranoia can be strong with this herb, so try not to over do it.

But if you do start to feel extra anxious and paranoid about life problems, don’t fret. Grab something tasty to eat, sit down and distract yourself by watching T.V. or something. Distract yourself from your worries and try to understand that they seem extra important because you’re a little too high.

Blue Magoo Smells Like a Blueberry Meadow

The smell and taste is pleasing to the senses. It smells just like its blueberry lineage but with additional hints of sweet flowers. Other people have said this strain also tastes earthy.

People feel a heavy buzz that starts from the top of their head and works its way down to their necks. Jaws start to slowly drop as the high kicks in. Eyes begin to turn red and mouths begin to dry up. These stoners may look and sound like zombies, but they feel amazing.

Have you tried to smoke Blue Magoo? What is your impression? Have you found a clipping of this strain and try to grow it? Let us know in the comments down below.

Adam Rhodes

An adventure seeking nerd, nothing too serious but people seem to like him, Adam is also the creator and writer for The Strain Domain

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