Cannabis consumers come in many forms so we’ve included multiple points of view in our strain reviews. Our longtime reviewers Monterey Bud and Duke London join Managing Editor Lesley Nickus and Scott. Today, they’ll be reviewing Blues Chaser by Quality Resources.
Lab Test Results by Cannalysis
THCa – 40.9 mg/g
CBDa – 106 mg/g
This specific batch of Blues Chaser was lab tested and approved for consumption on Nov. 27, 2017. Found free of chemical residuals, Blues Chaser tested at a respectable 5.53 mg /g for Delta-9-THC and 40.9 mg/g of THCa. On CBD front, Blues Chaser contains a total of 4.07 mg/g of CBD and 2.34 mg/g of CBGa.
Blues Chaser is a heavy hitter in the world of Cannabidiol (CBD). Appearing as though her dark green calyx were dipped in a crystallized powder, Blue Chaser (BC) instills a tranquil zombie-like state of relaxation. Green and mean (at least on pain), my nug of BC was loaded with apricot colored pistils and fluffed up nicely when dissected for rolling. Twisted, lit, and smoked to the fingertips – my joint initially smacked of berries when fired up and pepper about midway through. High in CBDa and CBGa, Blue Chaser is not only a great choice for cancer patients looking to work up an appetite or quell their unrelenting pain – it’s the perfect sedative for ending a stressful day.
As I broke apart my sample of Blues Chaser from Quality Resources, the shimmering layer of terpenes coating the beautiful flower were the first thing I noticed. The frosty exterior gave way to even more shiny guts when I hand-ground her into baby nugs fit for my steamroller. Orange hairs popped up through the layer of frozen tundra like the last storm before Spring. The Blues Chaser was a little stiff, but that made her easier to break up. If you’re looking for a healing potion that won’t take you to outer space, this strain is a nice blend of THC and CBD, providing a serene sensation that’s perfect for winding down.
I pulled apart my nug of Blues Chaser and noticed it had an even green coloring, lightly speckled with orange pistils and a thick, frosty coating. It was a little dry, but that’s likely because I stored it in a plastic bag with no airflow control whatsoever. The center of the nug was nice and squishy. Blues Chaser has a very light diesel aroma with sweet undertones. I smoked it in a joint but didn’t notice any distinguishable flavors. The high made me very sedate and pretty sleepy. It turned out to be a great option before bed.
What does it look like? Very defined. There are many layers, like a cone.
What does it smell like? Foresty.
How does it feel? Somewhat malleable seems squishy.
How did you smoke it? In a bong.
How does it taste? Like weed. I can’t really find a separating factor from other strains.
How do you feel? Relaxed.
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