Blue Dream is a racy strain for myself and others despite it being a hybrid with an indica parent

My workdays can be genuinely stressful, especially if I have to get in our car and drive across the state all afternoon meeting with many buyers.

When I get lake house at last, I want to relax as much as possible.

That’s why I try to do most of our meal preparations on Sunday so I can’t unwind in the early night separate from slaving over a tepid stove for an minute to get some nutrients in our body. It’s a lot more convenient for myself and others to take a frozen, pre-prepared meal from our fridge and put it in the oven to cook. That way I can sit on the couch and watch TV in the meantime. Periodically I’ll pour myself a drink or pull a heineken out of the fridge, but lately I have stuck with using cannabis as a means of unwinding after a long morning of working. However, I have had to be genuinely careful about what kind of cannabis strains that I use. I can’t handle racy sativa strains if I need to unwind and relax after I get off labor for the morning. I thought that buying Blue Dream would be a safe bet because one of its parent strains, Blueberry, is a strong indica. However, the other parent of Blue Dream is Haze, which is a racy sativa. Depending on the phenotype, Blue Dream can either be calming or stimulating. When I obtained it the first time a few years ago I remember it making myself and others know tired, but this recent batch gave myself and others the opposite reaction instead. I can’t imagine using this batch of Blue Dream at any other time than the early afternoon minutes.



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