You might think Blue Headband’s lineage comes from simply crossing Headband with original Blueberry and yes, some breeders have done this but it’s not the actual recipe for Blue Headband. Originally, this strain was created by Emerald Triangle Seeds in northern California. What they did was carefully cross together four super strains to create the real deal Blue Headband. Those strains were a 1976 Blueberry, Emerald OG, Cali Sour Diesel and, a Pre-1998 Bubba Kush. Blue Headband is a 50/50 indica to sativa hybrid with a fast-acting cerebral high that embodies everything a good sativa should be, but also provides a loose and calming effect associated with indica strains.
THC content has measured between 18-20% and CBD of.01-.05%. Immediately after the first puff, Blue Headband gives you a pleasantly energetic rush without feeling to racy. Then it balances out with a more relaxed high and a calm peaceful finish. With a strong taste reminiscent of blueberry pastries there is also some old school floral purple notes along with peppery and tangy citrus diesel flavors to round it out.
Origin of Blue Headband Strain
Blue Headband grows easily from seed and produces above-average yields for a plant of such outstanding quality. Indoor yields can generate 11-15oz/m2 of high end syrupy and shiny buds. However, outdoors Blue Headband can do even better providing a whopping 35-40oz per plant. The plant exhibits tight inter-nodal stacking providing lots of crystal covered buds all over the branches with little wasted space. Blue Headband grows best in warm and dry Mediterranean climates and is relatively easy to cultivate. She is very resistant to molds and powdery mildew and finishes flowering in 8-9 weeks indoors. Outdoors expect to be ready for harvest from the end of September to early October. When fresh, the buds express a grassy and spicy smell that gradually gives way to a more sweet diesel berry aroma. There are also some piney and lemon zest flavors as well.
You never forget your first taste of the true Blue Headband. This strain has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a silky smooth and relaxing full body high or a deliciously craveable bud for social occasions. Blue Headband is so ridiculously tasty you’ll get goosebumps when you think about smoking it. Blue Headband tops the list for many connoisseurs who find themselves drawn to old school flavor profiles but want a face numbing buzz that feels like you’re wearing a headband that keeps getting tighter the more you smoke. This strain is known for vigorous growth, high yields, a terrific aroma, and top-notch visual appeal.
Growing Blue Headband Seeds
Blue Headband tops the list for many connoisseurs who find themselves drawn to old school flavor profiles. This strain is known for vigorous growth, high yields, a terrific aroma, and top-notch visual appeal.
• £7.9 Per Seed
• Bulk orders get discounted rate
Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid
Cannabinoids: 20-27% THC
Terpenes: Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene
Effects: Euphoria, Relaxing, Creative
Landrace Strain: OG Kush x Sour Diesel
Growing Headband Seeds
• 21% THC
• Harvest: 7-8 Weeks
• Yield: 500g/㎡
“Smooth and creamy”, Headband feminized marijuana seeds are complicated to grow but provide a high they say is like being wrapped in a fuzzy blanket. With 23% THC, it offers effects that benefit both medical patients and recreational tokers, though it will take a master level gardener to coax a harvest upwards of 600 grams out of each medium-sized plant.
Called a “smooth, creamy smoke”, Headband marijuana is an indica dominant strain with a complex flavor profile hinting at lemons and diesel. Wondering where the name comes from? Fans of this strain say it creates a slight pressure around the crown of the head that feels like you’re wearing a headband. This high is all in the head and with a THC content of 23%, Headband marijuana is easily one of the more potent – take your time with this one.
Headband marijuana isn’t a strain for the novice gardener, these feminized seeds need a more care and attention than a beginner may be capable of providing. It does well both indoors and out, but it requires attention when it comes to humidity levels. After 60-70 days flowering, you will likely yield around 600 grams per plant.