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Blue Dream has established itself as a firm favourite in its home state of California with a reputation that is spreading far and wide. Blue Dream is the result of crossing Blueberry Ice with a special U.S. Haze cut to produce a 70% sativa strain. It is popular amongst both commercial growers as well as the hardened enthusiast due to its yield and sheer quality.
Blue Dream presents no special problems for growers although those with some experience under their belt will have the knowledge to extract the most potential from it. Grown indoors plants will not get bigger than a medium size and will yield around 500 gr/m2 in 65 – 70 days of the flowering cycle. Things get even more interesting outdoors where plants can reach a height of between 250 – 350 cm. when cultivated in a warm, dry and mild Mediterranean type of climate. In northern latitudes harvest will be ready during the middle of October with each plant capable of producing between 700 – 850 gr. of large buds dripping with sparkling resin crystals.
Both scent and taste have a light lemon-citrus quality with berry and Haze notes as well as a suggestion of Madeira fortified wine. THC content is high accompanied by low CBD levels. The result is a fine, uplifting, cerebral high, mentally stimulating and long-lasting whilst also being comfortable and relaxing.
Blue Dream is particularly high in alpha-pinene, a mono-terpene which has many therapeutic and medicinal benefits including acting as an anti-inflammatory (useful for treating arthritis, Crohn’s Disease and multiple sclerosis); helping with bronchodilation; it is highly resistant to MRSA having strong anti-bacterial properties; it counters the short-term memory loss effects of THC while acting as an antidote to THC overdose effects; it is also anxiolytic, helping to relieve both stress and anxiety. Therapeutically Blue Dream has also been recommended for pain relief, depression, as well as for treating nausea.
Jack Herer and OG Kush are other well-known strains that are known to be high in alpha-pinene.