Blueberry Muffin strain is a fresh baked thrill

Blueberry Muffin strain

Cannabis strains earn their names in various ways. Sometimes, the moniker connotes the look of the bud or the way it makes a person feel. As for the Blueberry Muffin strain, there’s no question. This cannabis variety is named for its unmistakable aroma.

Humboldt Seed Company is credited with creating Blueberry Muffin, an indica-dominant hybrid that may feel smooth and spacey. The unbeatable blend gives dual meaning to the word baked, let’s explore how.

RELATED: Durban Poison strain – an energetic landrace sativa

Blueberry muffin strain: Muffins with marijuana and berry fruit

Blueberry Muffin strain look and smell

This indica strain gives off a distinct berry-baked good scent with a matching flavor, and the nuggets are quite beautiful. They appear purple with a slight tinge of blue across a dark forest-green canvas. Pistils grow in burnt-orange tufts throughout each chunky, semi-rounded bud.

The terpene profile of the Blueberry Muffin strain cannot be mistaken. It smells exactly like sweet blueberry muffins. In my time budtending, I saw a few different batches of this bud, and one even smelled like saccharine cake. The dominant terpene in Blueberry Muffin is caryophyllene, with secondary terps myrcene, limonene, terpinol, linalool, and humulene.

The stunning aroma could be from Blueberry Muffin’s parentage of Purple Panty Dropper and Razzleberry. These complex genetics donate the sweet berry bouquet and a slight floral scent to build this fresh baked experience.

Blueberry muffin strain: Blueberry muffin with cannabis

RELATED: The best weed accessories for on-the-go tokers

Reported effects of Blueberry Muffin

Blueberry Muffin rides the perfect waves of relaxation with some creative focus but be warned: this is not a beginner strain. This strain hits me very hard, numbing decision making skills while amping up the silly, pleasure-filled relief.

I feel effects begin almost immediately in the ocular region but not so heavy and I don’t get tired. My overworked facial muscles fall one piece at a time. This sensation moves through my body promoting ultimate loosening of tension. This specialty strain slowly melts tension from the mind as worries, stresses, and cares fly away like little butterflies.

I find the Blueberry Muffin to reduce my stress and anxiety while also reducing my immense neck and shoulder pain. There is also a nice amount of relaxation in the stomach, making it ideal when dealing with nausea. It can be overwhelming to get exceptionally high sometimes, so try it for the first time with trusted friends in a safe space.

Tips for growing this cannabis strain

Growing a Blueberry Muffin strain requires a lot of space. The plants grow tall and stretch. Those with room to grow it enjoy a quick six to eight-week flowering time. Turning over rooms of Blueberry Muffin is faster than other hype strains like Black Mamba.

Blueberry Muffin 🫐❄️by Humboldt Seed Company at day 52 of flower! She smells exactly like blueberry muffins! Chopping in a couple days.
byu/Laserawesome88 incannabiscultivation

The variety should be topped in indoor grow rooms. Many growers recommend using the Screen of Green (SCROG) method with Blueberry Muffin. This may maximize top buds for potentially higher yields.

The verdict on this varietal

There are many reasons to enjoy Blueberry Muffin cannabis. It has an exceptional smell that carries into thick, creamy smoke. The nugs are stunning, blanketed in trichomes and enticing hues. But the most attractive part of the experience to this writer is the perfectly indica-dominant effects that the strain evokes.

This strain of weed is special, and the effect ices that cake. Settle into mental and physical relaxation and settle down for a stoned night in. Enjoy a puzzle, tune in to a podcast, or soak in a stress-relieving bath with Blueberry Muffin. It is the perfect strain for anyone who could use it to chill out, and honestly, that crowd could probably use an actual muffin, too.

Cara Wietstock is Senior Content Producer of and has been working in the cannabis space since 2011. She has covered the cannabis business beat for Ganjapreneur and The Spokesman Review. You can find her living in Bellingham, Washington with her husband, son, and a small zoo of pets.