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What is the Blue Dream Strain Marijuana?

Blue Dream, a sativa-dominant hybrid, might be one of the most notorious strains to come from the West Coast. Stemming from a cross between Blueberry (an indica) and Haze (a sativa), this strain gives a productive, uplifting, and creative high thanks to the sativa dominance with very light cerebral effects courtesy of the 40% indica it offers (the other 60% is sativa, which is what makes it a sativa-dominant hybrid).

Blue Dream has a fairly mellow onset that doesn't hit all at once, but rather sneaks up on you and gently starts to take effect. On the inhale, Blue Dream gives a pungent sweet berry flavor that any cannabis fan will enjoy. Medical users of Blue Dream have reported that this strain helps with anxiety, stress, body pains and depression. More specifically, users of Blue Dream who have body pains enjoy this strain because of the long-lasting pain relief it brings without the feeling of being heavily sedated that may come from other strains.


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Benefits of Smoking Quality Blue Dream Weed

As for my own experience with Blue Dream, I have enjoyed the strain a lot because it helps me relieve any pains I may be having while allowing me to be productive. Blue Dream has allowed me to get housework done, run errands if I need to, or relax and play video games, all while enjoying pain relief and a general inspired feeling. However, Blue Dream is still marijuana and comes with the usual drawbacks: dry mouth, dry eyes, and occasional paranoia. To be fair, I personally have not experienced much paranoia while using Blue Dream, and what paranoia I have felt was mostly as the strain was beginning to onset.

Overall, Blue Dream is a massively popular strain because it provides long-lasting effects while allowing users to remain energetic and focused. If you try Blue Dream, make sure to use it during the day; I enjoyed some before bed and found it rather difficult to fall asleep, although marijuana affects everyone differently and your results may be not be the same as mine. I would highly recommend this strain to anyone who seeks pain relief or just wants to remain productive while high.

What are the Best Marijuana Dispensaries to Shop for Blue Dream?

Blue Dream is not difficult to come by for those shopping Mile High marijuana dispensaries.  In fact, until 2017, Blue Dream was the most popular marijuana strain found at Colorado medical and recreational dispensaries. With the plethora of new strains being mass produced for sale at dispensaries, Blue Dream has lost some steam to other popular Sativa-dominant cannabis strains.  Still it sold at dozens if not hundreds of pot shops around Colorado.

Below I've listed a few of my favorite dispensaries to buy Blue Dream.  These Colorado marijuana dispensaries get their Blue Dream supply from cannabis cultivators that have been grown this strain for decades and mastered the art of harvesting only the best batches of Blue Dream strain.

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