This indica-dominant hybrid, which has a sativa/indica ratio of about 30:70, is exactly what its name suggests, a direct descendant of Blueberry and Headband, both extremely popular choices in their own rights. Blueberry Headband isn’t nearly as popular as its parents, but it’s an effective medical choice in the treatment of nausea, lack of appetite, chronic pain, anxiety, and low mood. The effects are a combination of physical and mental, suggesting this is a true hybrid. The high is calming and euphoric, with energy, creativity, and happiness. THC levels hover between 10% and 20%, making this a good choice for occasional or first-time smokers. CBD content, on the other hand, is much too low to use this strain for conditions that require that chemical, such as epilepsy. Widely reported adverse effects include cottonmouth and red eyes, as well as paranoia, dizziness, and headaches. Blueberry Headband produces an earthy lemon aroma and a sweet flavor of blueberries. This strain is available through medical marijuana dispensaries on the West Coast, in Arizona, and in Michigan, though it can also sometimes be found on the black market.