Never drink blue moonshine, but definitely take a hit of the indica-heavy Blue Moonshine if you get the chance. THC levels are nothing extraordinary, topping 13% in some tests, but that makes this a great medical choice for occasional tokers and first-timers. The pungent fruity flavor and aroma, reminiscent of blueberries and citrus, give this strain the Blue half of its name. The Moonshine part comes from additional notes of fermentation in the taste and smell.
No one seems to know much about what plants gave rise to Blue Moonshine. Also, the same is true of the exact balance of sativa to indica. CBD levels are very low, too low to recommend this strain to patients who suffer from epileptic conditions and other disorders that respond to that chemical. Expect a calming, euphoric body high with sleepiness, a tingling sensation, and a boost of creativity. Use this strain as effective treatment for anxiety, depression, mood disorders, muscle spasms, chronic pain, insomnia, and stress. The usual side effects are likely: cottonmouth, dry eyes, dizziness, headaches, and limited paranoia. Sold mostly in California and Colorado, this strain can also be found on the medical market in Oregon.