Mataro Blue Strain AAAA

$28.00

Refresh your senses with the Mataro Blue strain

If you’re looking to lay back and relax with the properties of indica, try out the Mataro Blue strain. Wind down with friends or by yourself and enjoy the quality that AAAA buds can give you. Hailing from beautiful Vancouver, you can expect that you’re getting a beautiful bud as well! If you’re looking to buy this, buy it from Speed Greens. We are Canada’s best place to order weed online!

 

GRADE: AAA
TYPE: Indica
THC: 24%
EFFECTS: Relaxed, Happy, Euphoric, Uplifted, Sleepy
HELPS WITH: Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Insomnia

 

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Mataro Blue is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain created through a three-way cross of the classic Black Domina X Mazar I Sharif X Blue Monster strains. With its gorgeous appearance and insanely high 24% average THC level, Mataro Blue packs one all around amazing experience. Mataro Blue has insanely gorgeous buds, with round super dense and tight little nuggets that are forest green in colour with bright blue undertones. Each nug is spattered with thin orange hairs and coated with a glittering blanket of tiny amber crystal trichomes. As you break apart each beautiful little nug, fresh aromas of earthy berries are released accented by a spicy herbal effect as the nugs are burned. The flavour comes on sweet and fruity with an herby berry exhale that lingers long after you finish smoking. The effects of Mataro Blue come on easily, starting with a tingly effect in the back of the head and neck. This buzzing quickly spreads through your mind, lifting you into an active and stimulating state of euphoria that’s oddly relaxing. As this tingle spreads throughout your body, you’ll start to feel more and more relaxed, falling into a happy and calming body high that leaves you slightly sedated and pretty hungry. Thanks to these effects and its high 24% average THC level, Mataro Blue is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, depression, appetite loss, chronic stress, and insomnia.