Blue Goo is a sweet-smelling Sativa-dominant strain that delivers a combination of buzzy cerebral effects and warm, tingly body effects.
Blue Goo is a Sativa-dominant strain with an unfortunate name that doesn’t reflect its quality whatsoever. This cannabis, bred from the famous Blue Dream and Afgoo, provides a buzzy, loopy cerebral uplift, with a nice accompaniment of bodily warmth for those who find most Sativas too heady. Moreover, it has a smooth, pleasing blueberry flavor.
Blue Goo Experience
Although its name makes it sound like a repulsive industrial byproduct, Blue Goo is actually a lovely Sativa-dominant weed, descended from two classic marijuana strains, Blue Dream and Afgoo.
This marijuana essentially delivers a gooey version of a classic Sativa experience, marrying mental and bodily effects. At 16-22% THC, it’s a somewhat potent strain, deserving of respect, especially from novice smokers.
Upon ingesting or smoking this cannabis, enthusiasts notice a quickly-apparent cerebral uplift, with a dawning sense of happiness. Their thoughts take on a fluttery aspect, leading to a feeling of creativity and adventurousness. Simultaneously, they experience a tingly sense of relaxation that spreads throughout their body.
This combination means that this weed is a great halfway point between a narcotic Indica and an eye-popping Sativa: your mind won’t be racing crazily, but it won’t be completely sludgy either.
Blue Goo is available in shatter form from a few different retailers, as well as in vape cartridges from Fast Grass.
Traits of Blue Goo and Blue Goo Seeds
This cannabis is a pretty and distinct silvery blue-green, with an apparent coating of clear trichomes. It has an unmistakable berry aroma, combined with an earthy skunkiness, and a tangy pine essence. The buds aren’t particularly sticky, and, once broken up and ignited, they produce a surprisingly smooth and sweetly fruity smoke.
Medical Benefits of Blue Goo
Medical marijuana patients suffering from a number of ailments could do far worse than reaching for the Goo in times of need.
- Uplifting and energizing effects might be beneficial to patients suffering from mild forms of depression and other mood disorders
- Relaxing effects could be of use for patients dealing with chronic anxiety
- Modest anesthetic effects could be useful for patients dealing with chronic aches and pains