With a name like Super Blue Dream, you bet this cannabis plant lives up to its namesake. It’s likely a sativa given its parents, though its buds bear a much darker hue of green and a more vividly orange matting of pistils than its original strains. For those familiar with Blue Dream, the Super variant doesn’t pack that rubbery diesel scent as strongly, instead taking on more berry scents.
Lab data for this strain is fairly flattering as well: 20-21% THC, 1% CBD, and 1% CBN.
The rich cannabinoid profile of Super Blue Dream suggests it should give a relatively chill, well-rounded high. And it does exactly that. While bringing on soothing feelings, it also brings on an amped up buzz, helping the smoker to maintain focus and sociability. It is also suggested for stabilizing moods, lifting the spirits, alleviating stress, and bringing on an appetite. It is not recommended for treating headaches or migraines, especially for those sensitive to sativas.
Common side effects from Super Blue Dream include red eyes and cottonmouth. Some users may experience paranoia or light headedness.
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Super Blue Dream is a cross of Super Silver Haze and, of course, Blue Dream.