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Having food at an arm’s length away saves time from going to the kitchen in search of some food to munch on. Although, if one finds great joy in concocting recipes then it is a welcome choice too. After about an hour or two, a tingling sensation trickles ebbs from the temples. It surges through the muscles, kneading away the knots that prevent one from moving around freely. As it persists, it restores the initial limberness that users felt before the tiredness got in the way.

Apart from the usual dry eyes and cottonmouth, users may also experience a sensory overload while using Blue Ivy. If it persists, it is likely to trigger anxiety and induce temporary dizziness which can lead to a subtle feeling of paranoia. While the symptoms of dehydration are inevitable and easily mitigated by water, the other side effects can only be avoided by pacing consumption of the bud. Stress is one of the top reasons enthusiasts provide when asked about cannabis use. It has a happy high that relieves the overwhelming dread induced by life’s stressors. Apart from uplifting the mood, it also stabilizes turbulent emotions and worrying thoughts. For this reason, it can also be used as an anti-depressant or anxiolytic to deal with mental health issues like depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Blue Ivy Strain Medical – Image Powered by 420portal.com.

Its up to 1% CBD, along with the analgesic properties of its high THC levels, appeases various types of aches and pains beginning from the temples. Afterward, it soothes the rest of the body by releasing tension from the muscles by enveloping users in a tranquilizing buzz. As the relaxation persists, users are lulled into a state of drowsiness before gradually falling into a deep, unencumbered slumber. Through its sedating properties, Blue Ivy improves upon the quality and quantity of sleep. Blue Ivy exhibits both the qualities of Sativas and Indicas. It is a relatively tall plant with broad but elongated leaves and a thick structure. It is also quite dense, forming one cola that is dense with flowers. Because of this, it is well suited for various growing spaces. Cultivated in a farm or garden, Blue Ivy thrives and soaks up as much sunlight as it can. Although it is sturdy, it still requires protection against harsh weather like frost which can kill it overnight. As such, it is essential that growers invest in a temporary enclosing. With that said, flowers usually bloom by the end of September to the middle of October. It is expected to yield at least 450 to 500 grams of buds per plant. Indoors, growers have full control over temperature, humidity, and lighting. A hydroponics setup hastens the flowering period as it delivers nutrients straight to the roots. Both the Sea and Screen of Green work best with Blue Ivy. For this reason, growers can place up to 4 plants in a single square meter to maximize space. One may also install a screen a few feet above the batch and weave its branches into the net. The latter is better done during the vegetative stage while the plant’s limbs are still soft and easily bendable. It takes between 7 to 9 weeks for the strain to flower indoors fully. Growers can expect each square meter to produce between 500 to 600 grams of buds once ready for harvest. However, one may choose to delay by a week to further increase yields. If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain?

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