Typical Effects

  • Aroused
    Aroused
  • Uplifted
    Uplifted

Time of Day

  • Afternoon
    Afternoon

Common Usage

  • loss_of_appetite
    Loss of Appetite
  • Migraine
    Migraine
  • Stress
    Stress

Terpenes

  • Linalool Terpene
    Linalool
  • Ocimene Terpene
    Ocimene
  • Pinene Terpene
    Pinene

Negatives

  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth
  • Paranoia
    Paranoia

About Blue Dream

What Type Of Strain Is Blue Dream?

Blue Dream is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain that quickly gained popularity in California, and is now famous the world over.

Is It Considered A Strong Strain?

It is on the medium to high range if you are taking about THC content alone, as it sits around 22% THC. That being said, we like to advise consumers to look a little deeper when selecting their new strain. Be sure to take into account the CBD as well as THC Level. If you are not sure what the difference is between THC and CBD, check out our article on the subject. Also, consumers should take into account the terpene profile of a strain when deciding on the efficacy for your needs.

What Types Of Terpenes Does It Have?

The strain’s dominant terpenes are Linalool, Ocimene, and Pinene.

What Does It Help Medical Patients Treat?

Medical cannabis patients have reported that It helps them tackle their symptoms associated with loss of appetite due to chemo, migraines, and stress.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

It has been known to cause mild side effects of dry mouth and feelings of paranoia. If you are worried about these side effects, be sure to mention that to your budtender before changing any of your treatment.

What Is The Best Time Of Day To Consume Blue Dream?

It is recommended that consumers take the strain in the Afternoon.

Where Can I Find Blue Dream?

With the popularity of Blue Dream, customers should be able to find it at a local dispensary in any legal state, whether medical or adult recreational use.

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