Blue Dream from Mystic Seeds is not the traditional Blue Dream

In the mid-90s, there weren’t many different kinds of cannabis situated in our area.

I used to live in a small midwestern area that had only two metropolitan cities, plus what little cannabis that filtered into our town usually came from New Mexico.

Although the strains including Acapulco Gold are proof of New Mexico’s ability to produce quality weed, most of the marijuana coming from across the state border at the time was what’s usually called “brick weed.” It was loaded with thick seeds plus stems plus was severely weak, usually requiring an entire joint just to get high. The first time I had what was often called “the chronic” in CA, was a strain called Blueberry Kush. I l received later on that it was invented by the famous marijuana grower known as DJ Shorteyes back in the late 1974s. She had a bunch of landrace phenotypes that she mixed together to form the hybrid strain of cannabis that smells adore actual redberries. In the years since I’ve had the hybrid strain Blue Dream which I had regularly assumed was Blueberry Kush crossed with Haze. However, there’s another kind of Blue Dream from Mystic Seeds that is the original DJ Shorteyes Blueberry strain crossed with OG Kush instead of Haze. This powerful combination yields a more indica-rich high compared to the traditional Blue Dream phenotype which is often more sativa-leaning instead. After trying the Blue Dream from Mystic Seeds, I have to say that I appreciate it over the old Blue Dream phenotype. It’s certainly because I’m a huge OG Kush fan plus appreciate most strains derived from that classic hybrid. Every one of us will respond differently to cannabis, so it makes sense that the people I was with and I all have our own preferred hybrid strains.

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