• Brand: Humboldt Seed Organization
  • Variety: Hybrid, Sativa Dominant
  • Gender: Autoflowering, Feminized
  • Cannabinoid: Low CBD 0-1 %, High THC 15-20%
  • Plant size: Tall (130 cm - 220 cm)
  • Growing difficulty: Easy
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Blue Dream is one of California’s favorite medicinal and recreational strains. Popular for its mellow, balanced, mind and body high.

Heritage & Genetics: Blue Dream is a mix of Blueberry Indica and Super Silver Haze. Rumours say it is the creation of a Californian medical lab. But its Blue Dream’s therapeutic effects that bring it true fame.

Flavor & Aroma: Blue Dream has a lovely sweet berry flavor and aroma with hints of vanilla in the background. This sweet side is thanks to its Blueberry Indica heritage. Its Super Silver Haze genetics is noticeable in spicy mango and sharp earthy tang on the exhale. 
 
Effect: Cannaisseurs hail Blue Dream for its perfect balance of indica and sativa effects. The hybrid avoids the speedy or trippy high of strong sativas. Or the intense lethargy of heavy indicas. Instead, soothing the body and mind with a calm state of bliss.         
 
Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
 
Grow characteristics: Blue Dream loves the sunny outdoors. So, it is best to use a greenhouse in northern climates. Even new growers will find it an easy plant to work with. Blue Dream does tend to grow tall with plenty of side branches and heavy buds. Because of this, it may suit a Sea of Green method. The only thing to be extra watchful for are spider mites.