About Blue Dream
History & Genetics
A potent cross between the ever popular classic strains Blueberry and Haze, Blue Dream (also known as Azure Haze) is a slightly sativa-dominant strain shrouded in mystery. It is not just dreamy because of its stellar flavor and buzzy, cerebral high, but because its history has essentially been wiped from the books with many believing its origins must be a dream. It first made a name for itself in the medical community, though no one knew who made it or where it came from outside of most speculating it was birthed in Santa Cruz, CA. Eventually, the strain caught the attention of legendary breeder DJ Short who has worked hard to give us the version we have today.
Appearance, Aroma & Flavor
The delicious flavors of blueberry and sugar are long lasting and stay on your tongue long after the smoke has gone. The nugs are long and bushy, light green with deep blue hues, amber and blue hairs, and an abundance of milky white trichomes.
With a relatively high THC range that averages at a low of 17% and a high of 24%, this dreamy bud has more than just good looks and flavor to bring to the table. The CBD and CBN levels reach 2% and 1% respectively, making this a popular strain for treating a myriad of ailments.
Blue Dream's high is all the best parts of its parentage wrapped neatly into a flavor-packed, beautifully balanced package. It begins with a cerebral rush, bringing with it motivation and heightened focus, so enjoy this through any jam-packed schedule.
As the high builds you fall into an ultra-relaxed state, leaving you feeling hazy and totally calm. This dreamy, relaxing high pairs well with afternoons spent painting, having long conversations with friends, or finishing up your workday. It’ll get you out of your head and into your groove.
Don’t let the name fool you into thinking this is a lazy, couch locked high. Blue Dream takes all of their best attributes of Blueberry and Haze and compounds them into something really unique. Take this one to task and get through all of your artist’s block and creative projects with a bit of inspiration from Blue Dream. Or if you’re just in it for the mood boost, enjoy the vibes as your worries melt away.
Users who suffer from anxiety disorders are not recommended to use this strain as it has a tendency to get ahead of you quickly and could potentially agitate pre-existing conditions. However, because of its potency, it's known to be beneficial for patients who suffer from chronic fatigue, depression, and lack of appetite. As it is a stimulating strain at its core, it will lift your mood and get the body moving. It is also reported to help with mild cases of muscle spasms and pains caused by injury or illness.
If you’re a newbie looking for an easy strain to grow, Blue Dream is your gal. She can thrive in both outdoor and indoor grows. The flowering time on this gem is around 10 weeks for indoor systems, or late September to early October for outdoor set-ups. The yield is high with around twenty-one ounces per plant, and in order to keep this gal happy indoors, you’ll want to top early as these beauties can grow upwards of five feet.
Great Strain Prob One Of My Top 3 Great Strain Alot Of Euphoria Meant For Daytime Wake And Bake Strain
One of my favorite strains! A lady told me last night that it was the best she had ever had. Highly recommended for daytime use. If you have to wake and bake this is your strain
Outdoor grow 3 plants one was a mutant I topped early and it still grew two tops 11 feet tall. Wonderful evening dragon tea ,warm and dreamy.
Becque VT Wake
Another favorite sativa! I tend to save this one for my therapy days because it makes me feel retrospective and very emotional. If you have anxiety issues, I recommend not partaking in this strain unless you know how to handle your anxiety appropriately through another safe way. I nicknamed this strain "Shadow Work" because of its effects. I hope you like it too.
A note for JLM66’:As you said, 510 carts are very strong, sometimes ridiculously strong. Super-potent flower clocks in at 30% THC. Some of those carts are THREE TIMES the potency. Personally I think carts are good in a pinch where discretion is key. Or for nausea that suddenly comes in and you don’t want to wait 1-5 minutes for your vaporizer to warm up. That being said, I’ve always preferred vaping flower. It’s the least complicated, natural way to do it. No additives or accelerants. I have ASD1 and cannabis is truly from God. Feel free to reach out (somehow).