Blue Dream - THC-O-Acetate Tanks - 1ml
Blue Dream is one of our top in-house favorites and selling strains!
Myrcene, Alpha pinene, Beta pinene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Humulene make up the majority of Blue Dream’s terpene profile.
Myrcene is one of the most common terpenes in cannabis and at 39% is the most prevalent in Blue Dream’s terpene profile. Myrcene is described as having a musky, earthy piney fragrance and flavor that may enhance or smooth out other flavors.
Alpha pinene, at 26% in Blue Dream’s profile, is a terpene that provides a spicy aroma and flavor. When consumed, alpha-pinene is mildly relaxing and can assist with alertness.
Beta pinene at 11% in Blue Dream’s terpene profile has a citrus aroma (at higher concentrations) that can be reminiscent of pine but this terpene offers a mild effect when consumed and is low on the list of primary effects as it generally causes less drowsiness. It is commonly expressed as being associated with alertness where it may offer some assistance with acute attention, focus or memory recall.
Blue Dreams' main flavor profile could be described as a fresh bite of a juicy blueberry flavor with hints of spice and pine. The perfect combo.
THC-O FLAVOR, EFFECTS & TERPENE PROFILE:
- Strain: Blue Dream
Terpenes: Blue Dream by True Terpenes
- Type: Sativa Leaning Hybrid
- Flavor: Sweet, Juicy Blueberries, Earth
- Effects: Euphoric, energizing, the most popular strain for elevating one’s feelings
About THCO: THC-O or Delta-8-Acetate, tends to deliver an Indica-like effect that can almost overpower the synergy effects from different terpenes. THCO is very body heavy and super relaxing and it may outweigh the Sativa effects from certain terpenes.
- Anecdotal THCO Notes: It should be noted that we have recently begun to notice a trend with THC-O which we are not quite sure of the reasoning or mechanism behind it. But for a very small % of people, around 3%, THCO has little to no effect. This may be due to high CBD levels or other genetic reasons. However, on the opposite end of the spectrum, we are seeing the inverse reaction. Around 3%of people, THCO produces very powerful, almost psychedelic effects. For the rest of the 90%, it works the way it should with a very strong and potent (but delayed) onset.