Blue Mystic promises high THC levels, with tests showing results as high as 21%. CBD tests, on the other hand, are difficult to come by, so there’s no reliable way to know whether this strain can be used to treat seizures or other conditions that require CBD. In other words, it’s probably not a good choice as yet. But Blue Mystic is much more effective treatment for anxiety, depression, migraines and other headaches, chronic pain, and insomnia. The high is largely cerebral, with creative, euphoric effects, happiness, and a case of the giggles. That belies this strain’s true indica-dominant nature (sativa/indica ratio of about 40:60). Northern Lights and Blueberry are the most likely parents of Blue Mystic, but there’s no way to know for sure. This strain both tastes and smells like berries, especially blueberries, a sign of its Blueberry heritage. The buds are covered in thick layers of trichomes that hint at Blue Mystic’s potency. Dry eyes and dry mouth are widely reported by users of this strain, while dizziness and paranoia are relatively rare. Blue Mystic sells best in the Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Michigan, and Colorado.