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Humboldt Dream

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Originated in Northern California, Humboldt Dream is a product of Humboldt Seed’s Purple Panty Dropper crossed with Blue Dream.  It gives off a sweet berry fragrance. The plant has resinous lumpy dark olive-green nugs with fiery orange hairs and rich blue undertones.

Flavor and Effects of Humboldt Dream

Humboldt Dream is a savory taste of ripe blueberries and grapes. The exhale reveals sweet earthy vanilla and tangy fruits that linger long after the last exhale. 

Its cerebral and body high induces euphoria, creativity, hunger pangs, mind-body relaxation, and sedation. It will drive you to a blissful sleep as the high fades away. Humboldt Dream is ideally used as nighttime cannabis.

Medical Benefits of Humboldt Dream

Humboldt Dream is an effective medical marijuana. It is used as a treatment for patients who has depression, insomnia, nausea, stress, and loss of appetite. It acts as a curative analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster. 

Negative Effects of Humboldt Dream.

Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are symptoms of dehydration. As a remedy, ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will replenish the moisture loss. You can also use an eye moisturizer drops to soothe those irritated eyes.

Rarely, greening out may also occur. This is characterized by anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia. You may also have headaches. This is due to the overconsumption of Humboldt Dream. Remember to just go slow with the doses and take in moderation.

Growing Humboldt Dream

Humboldt Dream is perfect for first-time growers since it is easy to cultivate and is resistant to weather changes, pests, diseases, and gushes of wind. It grows tall, thin, sturdy and has beautiful purple coloration. Pruning is recommended and will help circulate air among the lower nodes. You can opt for the Screen of Green method. This technique keeps the plant short and provides support. It also creates multiple budding sites and ensures that light is distributed evenly among the plant. To bring out its aesthetic purple hues, growers must expose the plant to a lower night temperature by 4 to 10 degrees from that of the daytime.