blue sapphire strain

Blue sapphire strain

Sapphire is one of the best cannabis strains in California. It seems pretty rare because the buds have a slightly blue hue The buds are beautiful, sticky, thick trichomes and firey hairs. However, it’s beauty does not mean it is weak, in fact the batch I had was extremely good. I felt the head and the body buzz. It makes you feel great. The flower is one of the best strains I have ever smoked, and I had no munchies just euphoria and calm. You will want to buy extra because it is rare and amazingly strong. Enjoy.

Sapphire, also known as “Sapphire Star,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the dazzling God Bud X Hawaiian strains. With a name like Sapphire, you know it's going to be one gorgeous bud – it has small lumpy dark forest green nugs with surprising…

Strain: Blue Sapphire

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Blue Sapphire

Blue Sapphire is a hybrid strain . It’s origins are currently unknown in our system.


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Hybrid strain. It’s origins are currently unknown in our system.