Blue Magoo’s lineage dates back to the mid 90s, when it was bred by one of the many great growers of Oregon. The mother is a DJ Short Blueberry, which was pollinated by a William’s Wonder F2 (also known as Major League Bud). Blue Magoo is clone only and has often been mistaken/mislabeled as the “Blue Goo”, which is not the same strain.
The Blue Magoo has a tight bud structure, with slightly higher stretch than your typical indica… She grows zigzagging, vine like branches, covered in very dense and resinous buds; which need to be staked up to hold its weight (a trait from the William’s wonder). It’s best grown in organic soil, and fed with organic nutrients.
The smells are very complex and range from berries, fruit, lavender, star anise, rose and incense. Blue Magoo’s flavor tends to lean more towards the berry/fruit side of things, but can be more “florally” when it’s grown with chemicals/synths, and/or not flushed properly. This strain has a desirable medicinal value, which accommodates many ailments ranging from pain, anxiety, nausea, appetite increase and insomnia to name a few.