Why are the Blues Called Blues?

The name of this great American music presumably originated from the 17th-century English expression “the blue devils” for the intense visual hallucinations that can chaperone severe alcohol withdrawal. Shortened over time to “the blues,” it came to mean a state of agitation or depression.

Who started the blues?

The blues originated on the plantations of the South in the 19th century. Its inventors were enslaved people, ex-slaves, and descendants of enslaved people: African-American sharecroppers who sang while working in the cotton and vegetable fields.

Is Blues indica or sativa?

Blues is a famous British strain known for its mysterious origins and even stranger “clone only” status. This Sativa-dominant hybrid is known by the name Livers and is speculated to be a phenotype of Skunk #1 by Sensi Seeds.