Blue Sky: flowers characterised by a deep green, tending to dark, with reddish pistils and a strong presence of trichomes.
The aroma is pronounced and citrusy with notes of sweet hazelnut. The buds are compact and medium-sized. The genetics chosen for Blue Sky is a Harleyqueen grown in GlassHouse without the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides, so called because it exudes lightness, the same feeling you get when looking at a beautiful, clear blue sky.
Legal Marijuana is obtained from the dried inflorescences of legal hemp. Only the female inflorescences are used, whose THC content is set and adhered to according to the law. Each variety of Cannabis Light produces active ingredients in different quantities.
Cannabis Light sativa, indica and ruderalis differ in origin, size and concentration of active ingredients. Often the three different species of Cannabis Light are crossed with each other to obtain a specific cannabinoid content or to achieve higher results. Crosses result in Cannabis Light plants that are more resistant to certain climatic conditions. Their results are ultimately quantitatively and qualitatively better.
Its buds contain a high cannabidiol, or CBD, and a low THC content.
Light cannabis is the term used to refer to cannabis strains in which the active ingredient, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is very low or almost insignificant. Instead, it contains a high level of the metabolite cannabidiol (CBD), which has a relaxing effect.