About Grand Blueberry Pie
Grand Blueberry Pie is a strain with a bright aroma like a blueberry candle. Its indica dominance comes from its combination of Grape Flame and Ken’s Grand Daddy Purple genetics (Grape Flame is a combination of Grand Daddy Blueberry and F1 DURB, which accentuates its fruity flavors even more). Green Fire Genetics bred this strain, the one-woman breeder company out of Northern California. Continue reading to learn about this purple-packed powerhouse as well as the breeding that makes it work.
Green Fire Genetics is run by Alaina Austin out of NorCal. She prioritizes organic growing methods, using compost teas and soft soils to keep the microbe count in the growing medium natural and in check. Famous Green Fire strains include their eponymous Green Fire OG as well as Rainbow Pie and Dozizoz. They made Grand Blueberry Pie using the same methods.
A Loss of Appetite
It’s a strain that grows in about 65-70 days with bright purple-blue streaks throughout its large calyxes. The strain was never made available in a feminized seed form, so you’ll have to get your Grand Blueberry Pie supply from the breeder themselves.
The effects of the Grand Blueberry Pie strain range from hunger-inducing relaxation to giggly sociability. We recommend using this strain if you want to be social, hang with friends, and don’t mind eventually getting stoned because this strain has a major sedative finish. Its light green and purple buds give way to a thick coating of sticky trichomes. The result is an expanding, hungry high that new users should probably be careful with.
The flavor is purple incarnate, with a hard overtone of grape flavor that evolves into an earthy blueberry taste like a fruit-scented candle. The taste progresses to sweet cream and grape flavors, with a funky licorice finish. As you become sedated by the strain’s effects, it will counteract your feelings of lax happiness with serious hunger pangs. Keep snacks on hand at all times when using Grand Blueberry Pie – that’s our advice.
Otherwise, just keep your friends close and agree to accept sedation when it comes because Grand Blueberry Pie won’t go easy on you. The THC content is not well-advertised, but we know from its reported effects that the strain has enough oomph to come on strong and linger for hours in grapey splendor. If you like fruit-flavored indicas or are familiar with the work of Green Fire Genetics already and want to try one of their newer creations, give Grand Blueberry Pie a chance.