Dream Beaver

Dream Beaver earned its place in the cannabis industry for its wicked potency. Its THC-laden buds have tested to contain up to 26% at any give time. Suffice to say, it is not for the faint of heart and those with low individual tolerance. Enjoying the bud is still possible with a little guidance from a seasoned friend.

In creating the potent bud, Bodhi Seeds took Dirty Hippy for its tranquilizing body buzz. Appalachia was later on added for its high-flying effects and rich earthy aroma. Apart from that, it is also appreciated for its therapeutic qualities.

Information about Dream Beaver:

ORIGIN Dirty Hippy and Appalachia
EFFECTS Happy – 10
Uplifted – 7
Talkative – 7
Creative – 7
Relaxed – 6
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dry mouth – 10
Dry eyes – 5
Dizzy – 5
Anxious – 1
FRAGRANCE Woody, earthy, herbal, spicy
FLAVORS Earthy, woody, sweet, floral, spicy
MEDICAL Depression – 10
Stress – 10
Fatigue – 8
Pain – 6
Lack of appetite – 6
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 9 to 10 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS Mid to late October
THC CONTENT % 26%
INDICA / SATIVA % 30%/70%
INDOOR YIELD 12 to 16 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 16 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATE Warm climate
GROWTH LEVEL Some experience needed

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

It does not take long after the first two to three puffs for Dream Beaver to works its magic. It rapidly enhances the mood and uplifts spirits. It is not uncommon for users to be seen smiling from ear to ear or radiating with absolute happiness. Some even turn into social butterflies as merry memories flutter into the mind.

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While some prefer to engage in lively conversation, there are many who take advantage of the upbeat disposition to get some work done. After all, the mental stimulation inspires a surge in creativity that helps thoughts flow and form freely into profound ideas. Moreover, it has the capacity to increase focus so users can concentrate on tasks for longer periods of time.

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Although, there is also a chance that some simply love to chat about one’s new found concepts. In any case, the excellent recreational bud will pave the way for some interesting conversations. For this reason, the strain is a great choice for sharing with others.

An hour or two into Dream Beaver’s long-lasting high, a mild but uplifting pressure trickles down from the temples. It flows smoothly into the muscles and gets rid of rigidity and tension and move to allow for better movement.

With heavy doses, users might even want to take a seat. Still, getting couch-locked is unlikely. Due to that, Dream Beaver makes for a perfect daytime smoke. It’s best used before or during parties and other similar types of social gatherings.

Fragrance

Dream Beaver has an exotic aroma similar to cedarwood incense. Blending it are undertones of tilled soil and a slight herbal note that release a spiciness once the buds are either crushed or combusted.

Flavors

A single draw of Dream Beaver’s smoke reveals its strong earthy and woody qualities to the palate. It is slightly sweet due to the presence of a floral undertone but is, overall, spicy especially on the exhale.

Adverse Reaction

It is good to have a drink in hand while using marijuana as it tends to dry the eyes and the mouth. Not coffee though as it does not pair well with the mentally stimulating effects of the potent Sativa-dominant Dream Beaver. In fact, its combination can lead to some users feeling a little dizzy and slightly anxious. Although, one should also be wary of accidentally overconsuming the bud.

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Medical

Dream Beaver has immense therapeutic potential due to its potency. THC, in inducing its psychedelic effects, increases production of the happy hormone serotonin. For this reason, the predominantly Sativa strain is a source of comfort to many users suffering from depression and other mental illnesses with a depressive component such as PTSD.

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Similarly, it decreases stress levels and appeases many symptoms of chronic stress including fatigue and body pains. It also relaxes any cramps that may have negatively impacted the digestive system. In doing so, it encourages a hearty appetite in even the most food-deprived bodies.

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Growing

Dream Beaver, like many other Sativa-leaning buds, longs for the warm, sunny weather of many equatorial regions. Hence, climate and location are two crucial aspects for its development. This is not to say that the bud will not thrive in colder countries. Rather, it may not flower as quickly or be as productive. This is precisely why some growers from the northern hemisphere prefer cultivating the bud in more controllable environments.

Indoors, breeders can easily adjust lighting, humidity, and temperature settings with just a few pushes of a button. Moreover, it adds protection against pests and unpredictable factors such as strong gusts of wind that may break of Dream Beaver’s lanky stalks. Still, growers may use an organic medium such as soil to equal the tastier buds produced by farms and gardens.

At the moment, Bodhi Seeds only sells Dream Beaver in regular form. Cultivating it may be a bit difficult for beginners as it requires knowledge of various techniques that help produce more female plants, as well as keep it from turning into hermaphrodites.

Flowering Time

Indoors
Dream Beaver has a faster flowering period compared to other Sativas. After 8 to 10 weeks, it yields 12 to 16 ounces worth of cured buds per square meter.

Outdoors
In the northern hemisphere, Dream Beaver blooms between the middle and later part of October. Normally, it produces at least 16 ounces of buds per plant but will yield more under the expert care of a seasoned grower.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Dream Beaver? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Robert

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