All About Bay Dream Weed Strain
Bay Dream is a 100 Sativa strain that is quite favored among growers because of the ease of its cultivation. It’s a child of popular Blue Dream and Bay 11 strains, bred by Granddaddy Purp. Its well-known parent gave it the best qualities that are valued among the Sativa fans. But with THC levels varying from 14% to 26%, consuming this marijuana is not recommended for people with low tolerance.
As with the Sativa, this strain has uplifting qualities. People mark a high surge of creativity and energy, which will come in handy before a tightly planned day. You can be sure that you have enough motivation and focus on finishing all your housework and even exercising a bit. Also, after smoking, you will most likely find it difficult to move away from the fridge. That’s why the best time to consume is the afternoon.
The Most Common Effects
Experienced users write that Bay Dream strain is an excellent reliever if you have moderate to mild depression, fatigue, nausea, stress, and chronic pain. In some cases, even a positive effect on PTSD is noted.
Some of the negative effects can be quite common: dry mouth, dry eyes, or dizziness. Depending on the characteristics of the body and the amount taken, you can experience short-term paranoia.
In addition to the strong, energetic Sativa effects, users also love the mellow pine aromas with the citrus taste of marijuana. Mainly lime, but also with a sweet blueberry flavor and skunky lemon on the exhale.
Tips for Growing Bay Dream Strain
Growing ability is one of the best qualities of this marijuana strain. Growers point out that Bay Dream is one of the most unpretentious and therefore, one of the most popular strains for those who want to grow it at home. While growing indoors, the flowering period is 54-60 days, and it provides a high yield. Plants can grow up to 60 inches indoors and up to 80 inches outdoors. When grown outdoors, the flowering period lasts from June to October inclusive.