Double Dream is a very solid batch of medicinal marijuana I came across when living in the San Fernando valley. I have seen this strain of cannabis throughout other parts of California, although it is definitely not as ubiquitous as Green Crack or Sour Diesel.
The Double Dream Stems From Blue Dream And Dream Star
The genetics of this popular Sativa-dominant strain at can be traced to Blue Dream and Dream Star. Digging deeper, you will find that Dream Star actually stems from a little bit of ChemDawg. This adds a layer of stoniness to this strain that most patients will appreciate.
“The Double Dream strain is known to provide a relaxing head-rush that is coupled with an spacey haziness.”
This sample of Double Dream was soft and delicate to the touch and looked sloppy like most sativa-dominant strains tend to look. Each Double Dream bud is typically accompanied by thick burnt orange/tan hairs and a light green plant color that holds true for almost all strains with heavy Blue Dream influence in their lineages. Needless to say, this strain had me reaching for the vaporizer immediately after my nostrils got a whiff of its overwhelming sweetness.
What You Can Expect From The Double Dream Strain
The taste of Double Dream is most reminiscent of Blue Dream; each bag of vapor from the Arizer Extreme Q was sweet, floral, and contained strong tones of blueberry. The Double Dream strain is known to provide a relaxing head-rush that is coupled with an spacey haziness.
I found these effects to be quite enjoyable (as you’d expect right?) and similar to most other clear sativa-dominant strains bred from floral lines. Almost instantly, I felt a wave of cannabinoids provide me with stress relief, a happier mood, and just enough of a body buzz to let me know that I was amply medicated.
Be careful though, the more I consumed of the Double Dream strain the more I began to find myself sitting in silence in a trance-like state. Although this is relaxing and extremely peaceful, I definitely would prefer the upbeat high associated with medicating in smaller quantities.