Blue Dream Cannabis Oil
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Price: $35 per gram
Strain type: Hybrid
Oil Extraction Method:
The Total THC: (THC + THCa): 51.45%
The Total CBD: (CBD + CBDa): 0.18%
Blue Dream Cannabis Oil
Blue Dream Cannabis Oil, a sativa-dominant hybrid originating in California, has achieved legendary status among West Coast strains. Crossing a Blueberry indica with the sativa Haze, Blue Dream balances full-body relaxation with gentle cerebral invigoration.
Novice and veteran consumers alike enjoy the level effects of Blue Dream, which ease you gently into a calm euphoria. Some Blue Dream phenotypes express a more indica-like look and feel, but the sativa-leaning variety remains most prevalent.
With a sweet berry aroma redolent of its Blueberry parent, Blue Dream delivers swift symptom relief without heavy sedative effects. This makes Blue Dream a popular daytime medicine for patients treating pain, depression, nausea, and other ailments requiring a high THC strain.
Blue Dream cannabis oil is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid (60% sativa/40% indica respectively) strain that is a potent cross between the hugely famous Blueberry X Haze strains.
This infamous weed strain boasts a moderately high THC level that ranges from 17-24% on average and a myriad of both indica and sativa effects.People describe the Blue Dream high weed strain as having an immediate onset of an uplifting cerebral head high that leaves the user completely motivated and focused with waves of creative energy that hit quickly and hard.
This is followed by a mellow relaxing body high that leaves you warmed, numb, and completely pain free. Blue Dream weed delivers swift symptom relief without heavy sedative effects.
This makes Blue Dream strain a popular daytime medicine for patients treating pain, depression, nausea, and other ailments requiring a high THC strain.
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