What you smell is what you get.
Blueberry Muffin, often called Blueberry Muffins, smells like the freshly-baked bakery treat it’s named for (although the sweet aroma mixes with a slight earthy scent). And the creamy smoke tastes just like you’d hope. There’s a powerful and sweet blueberry flavor, with an aftertaste of berries, vanilla, nuts, and a little bit of earth. This weed is absolutely delicious.
The high produced by this indica-dominant strain (80% indica/20% sativa) is nothing to sneeze at, either. It starts with uplifting euphoria and stress relief that can be somewhat cloudy or psychedelic before becomes more focused. That’s followed by full-body relaxation that can be numbing, couch-locking, or sedating depending on the user.
Blueberry Muffin’s THC level is moderately-high, the flower has pretty shades of blue or purple, and the experience is outstanding.
Blueberry Muffin hits pretty quickly, but the full cerebral effect creeps up on you. You first feel the head high as euphoria that’s uplifting but usually somewhat fuzzy; some users experience mild psychedelic effects at the start. However, the brain usually clears and the buzz becomes more of a focused high that remains joyful, even blissful — but not usually motivating.
Meanwhile, the strain’s potent body buzz appears. Tingly waves of relaxation wash throughout the user’s body, turning into a comfortable numbness. For some users, the effects progress further and lock them to the couch; the effect can even be sedating, particularly for those who smoke a lot of this bud.
As the experience draws to a close, it’s common for users to feel so relaxed that sleep comes naturally.
Blueberry Muffin isn’t a strain well-suited to wake-and-bake or daytime use. Its sometimes-cloudy head high and strong body buzz are better appreciated during the evening, and its potential for sedation makes it a good choice for nighttime smokers.
Bottom Line: A Blueberry Muffin high starts with hazy euphoria that usually becomes more focused, accompanied by an extremely-relaxing body buzz that may cause couch lock or sleepiness in some users.
- Energy: 2/5
- Creative: 2/5
- Pain: 4/5
- Stress: 4/5
- Sleep: 4/5
- Mood: 5/5
There aren’t many Blueberry Muffin side effects worth mentioning. It can produce dry eyes and cottonmouth, and overindulgence occasionally can cause dizziness or greenouts that pass quickly. Sedation is also possible, but that’s a feature and not a bug. Users with anxiety issues should start slowly with this strain; its THC level can potentially worsen their condition.
One more thing: have lots of munchies handy.
- Paranoid: 2/5
- Dry Mouth: 4/5
- Dry Eyes: 4/5
- Lethargy: 4/5
- Cough: 3/5
Blueberry Muffin’s euphoric and joyful head high is the perfect prescription for MMJ users who suffer from mental health issues. They say it wipes away their stress, anxiety, and depression almost immediately, allowing them to focus on uplifting thoughts and not the negative ones they’re accustomed to struggling with.
The combination of that happy head buzz and strong full-body relaxation is also appreciated by pain patients. They say Blueberry Muffin is able to blunt their chronic or even serious pain by easing their joints and muscles while letting them forget about their medical problems.
Users struggling with issues like migraines, nausea, and poor appetite praise this strain for its benefits, and its often-sedating tendencies are very popular with those who regularly deal with insomnia or poor sleep quality.
Flavor and Aroma
When you pull out a Blueberry Muffin nug, you’ll notice the scent of blueberries. When you break it open (or grind it), the blueberry aroma will seem to envelop you. Some users say they notice other berry scents in the mix as well, and there’s a little earthiness in there just to keep things real.
The flavor is even better, as the creamy smoke seems almost saturated with sweet blueberries. Where’s the “muffin” in Blueberry Muffin? You taste the vanilla and nuts in this strain’s aftertaste, along with that earthiness you smelled while packing the pipe.
Flavor and Aroma Ratings:
- Earthy: 3/5
- Citrus: 2/5
- Fruity: 5/5
- Spice: 2/5
- Wood: 2/5
Cannabinoids and Terpenes
Expect the Blueberry Muffin flower you purchase to have THC content somewhere between 18% and 20%. It won’t be the most potent flower available in terms of raw numbers, but the experience it delivers will make you think this strain is a powerhouse. CBD and CBG content are each well under 1%.
Terpinolene, ocimene, limonene, and pinene are among the terpenes that contribute Blueberry Muffin’s distinctive flavor and aroma. There are decent amounts of myrcene, carene, and humulene in there as well.
We know who created Blueberry Muffin: the well-known Humboldt Seed Company. There’s a little confusion about exactly how they created it, though.
Conventional wisdom says that this strain is a cross between Blueberry and Purple Panty Dropper. Purple Panty Dropper is an energizing sativa descended from Purple Haze; Blueberry is a famed indica with Afghani heritage and of course, contributes to the blueberry flavor in Blueberry Muffin.
Or does it? Humboldt Seed told Weedmaps that they created Blueberry Muffin by crossing Purple Panty Droppers with Razzleberry, and others insist all three strains (Blueberry, Purple Panty Droppers, and Razzleberry) were bred together to produce Blueberry Muffin.
Whatever the true story is — the breeders did a terrific job.
Where to Buy Blueberry Muffin Seeds
Seeds to grow this strain are pretty easy to find. Look for feminized seeds online at Seedsman, North Atlantic Seeds, or Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds; standard Blueberry Muffin seeds are available from vendors like Seeds Here Now. Clones can be purchased from Dark Heart Nursery and Dark Knight Clones.
One of the best comparisons to Blueberry Muffin is its (apparent) parent, Blueberry, but White Berry is another good choice. It has a great blueberry taste, although its high is more energetic and less sedating than Blueberry Muffin’s. For a similar buzz, you can check out Animal Cookies or Cereal Milk.
Blueberry Muffin Strain Review: FAQ
Q: How do you grow Blueberry Muffin?
A: It’s not ideal for the normal-sized home grow room, because the plants grow extremely tall and require topping and regular trimming. Outdoors it prefers warm and sunny weather, although it’s sturdy enough to survive in cooler climates if treated properly. Either way, you’ll need a good deal of experience to successfully grow this strain on your own.
Q: How long does Blueberry Muffin take to flower?
A: We have good news: this strain has a short flowering time, just six to eight weeks.