This cannabis product is extremely versatile, as rosin is made of marijuana flower, hash, or kief and transformed into a full-melt hash oil. The result is a translucent, sappy, and sometimes shatter-like product that can be consumed as rosin dabs.
A beautifully intriguing name in her own right, Blush brings her fair share of mystery to the table. Some say that she’s a product of Gastown while others attribute this gift to our lives as a strain from Pisces Genetics. Either way you go, we do know that she’s a cross between Blueberry and LA Pure Kush.
Blush is said to be somewhat potent but no one really knows for sure, making our best guess somewhere around the 20% THC range. Despite making you think of the color pink, these buds take on a strong blue tone and are fluffy with large orange hairs. Most varieties of this strain will taste of honey, herbs, and pepper, although other reports point out a more prominent mix of blueberry and kush. Either way, she sounds yummy.
You can imagine your high kicking in in the most beautiful way possible, with a happy and uplifting mental effect that’s balanced by a calm physical experience. Some may feel tingles while others note a sensation of weight that’s welcomed and allows you to still move freely. Above all else, your mental space will be infused with a talkative and creative vibe, perfect for getting through a mid-afternoon slump in the best way possible. As your high continues, a strong sense of hunger may lead you to the kitchen for snacks.
Medical marijuana patients have to be picky when it comes to the strains they rely on, but Blush passes the test with the ability to soothe depression and stress with the best of them. While physical ailments including pain and even eye pressure will be addressed, her forte is really the cerebral side of things. Some may be tempted to try this strain in the morning to enjoy her long-lasting effects of bliss all day long, but her comedown may lead you to be quite sleepy during an inopportune moment.
Although Blush’s breeders aren’t quite clear, the steps you need to take to cultivate her at home are very transparent. This strain flowers in 9 to 11 weeks and does well inside and outdoors. Said to be a moderately difficult plant to tackle, they tend to grow to a medium height thus requiring you to do some planning ahead of time.
Blush sounds amazing but at the same time is a pretty rare strain out in the wild, so you may not want to get your hopes up too much. For those who do find her with ease, try some on a lazy weekend afternoon when you don’t have much going on. There’s a good chance you’ll end up eating some pretty good food and probably taking an amazing nap afterward.