Dreamer’s Glass

Dreamer’s Glass

Ratings
5/5
  • Type
    Hybrid
  • Flowering Period
    10 to 12 weeks
  • Climate
    Warm and dry outdoor
  • Yield
    350 to 450 g/m2  
  • Flavors
    Sweet, tropical and Buttery
  • THC Content
    19 to 23%
  • Height
    >2 m
  • Growing Difficulty
    Difficult

Strain Information

Dreamer’s Glass is a cross between the Grateful Dead-inspired Casey’s Dream and the fruity Glass Slipper. This strain will leave a dank and musky impression, with hints of damp earth. This strain makes its quality known upfront with large, well-formed flowers. 

The rounded buds keep a firm and characteristically indica structure.  Great for sufferers wanting effective and expect to feel more and more anchored to your sofa as you increase the dose. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dreamer’s Glass? 

This strain smokes with a dense, acrid haze that can taste earthy and slightly mushy as you breathe out, moderately like fermented vegetal matter. Smokers trying to preserve discretion should take necessary precautions, as this can be a very pungent strain. Dreamer’s Glass has a high that settles in quickly after you have finished toking.

What are the Medical Benefits of Dreamer’s Glass?

Dreamer’s Glass’ high gives users a sense of being lulled into a strong sense of physical sedation. Your limbs and eyelids may start to feel pulled down as any lingering muscular tension quickly disappears. With its antispasmodic qualities, this strain is great for managing muscle spasms, physical pain, and even anorexia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Dreamer’s Glass? 

Dehydration is a typical response to cannabis. Such consequences normally disappear with time, but some novices may find them a little annoying. In such cases, it is best to rehydrate with liquid. Dreamer’s Glass is not suggested for those who are likely to panic or who have a low THC threshold.

How to Grow Dreamer’s Glass?

Dreamer’s Glass can be grown either indoors or outdoors. It is recommended to provide this plant a semi-humid, Mediterranean-like environment. Casually expose the plant to nighttime temperatures around 10 to 15 degrees below average if you want to bring out the bud’s eye-catching violet colors.

 

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