Blue Dream


Effects: Happy, Euphoric, Relaxed, Uplifted, Energetic

Medical: Stress, Depression, Pain, Fatigue, Lack of Appetite

Negative: Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes, Anxious, Dizzy, Headache

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What is Blue Dream?

Blue Dream Marijuana (also known as Azure Haze) is a slightly sativa-dominant

strain that is shrouded in mystery.

It is a potent cross between the perennially popular classic strains Blueberry

and Haze.

It’s dreamlike not only because of its superb flavor and buzzy cerebral high,

but also because its history has been mostly erased from history, with many

assuming its origins must be a dream.

It first gained notoriety in the medical field, albeit no one knew who created it or

where it originated, with most thinking that it was born in Santa Cruz, California.

The strain eventually gained the attention of famed breeder DJ Short,

who worked tirelessly to bring us the current variant.

This lovely bud has more than just good looks and flavor to offer, with a THC

range of 17 to 24 percent.

The CBD and CBN levels in this strain reach 2% and 1%, respectively, making

it ideal for treating a variety of diseases.

Blueberry and sugar aromas linger in the air and on your tongue long after the

smoke has dissipated. Long and bushy nugs with deep blue tints, amber and

blue hairs, and a thick coating of milky white trichomes.




Blue Dream Marijuana is not suggested for users who suffer from anxiety problems

because it has a propensity to jump ahead of you rapidly and can aggravate

pre-existing symptoms.

However, because it is so powerful, it can help individuals with persistent fatigue,

depression, and a lack of appetite.

It’ll surely improve your mood and get your body moving because it’s a stimulant

at its foundation. It’s also good for minor muscle spasms and aches brought on

by an injury or illness.



This plant is a snap to cultivate and would delight any new or inexperienced grower.

This jewel blooms in around 10 weeks in indoor systems and late September to early

October in outdoor setups.

The yield is considerable, at roughly twenty-one ounces per plant, and you’ll want to top

this beauty early to keep her happy indoors, as these beauties may grow up to five feet.




Additional information


1 Ounce, 1 Pound, 1/2 Pound, 1/4 Pound