She might not be a killer, but this Queen is ready to blow your mind. The Queen Dream hemp strain comes from South California to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart. This original California breed is a regular occupant of dispensaries’ shelves all over the state, occasionally appearing in other states. The CBD : THC ratio of sativa dominant strain stands at 28:1, enough to lift your spirit and power your dreams. Even better, its delta-9 THC keeps below the legal limit of 0.3%
AppearanceJust a look at the heavy nuggets of the Queen Dream hemp strain will brighten your day. Illuminated by crowded orange pistil hairs, their light green color would stand in a central place in an impressionist painting. You will want to lick your fingers after handling a bud, its glittering surface sticking you with trichomes and the promise of abundant resin.
TerpenesOne of the most remarkable qualities of cannabis flowers is their terpene density, higher than any other plant. Not only cannabis, but many plants produce these aromatic oils. They give leaves and fruits their particular taste, smell, and medicinal properties. The terpenes of the most significant presence in the Dream Queen hemp strain are alpha-pinene, humulene, and myrcene.
- Alpha-Pinene. The anti-inflammatory properties of pinene are a common trait that cannabis shares with rosemary, basil, and pine needles. Also, its pine, broncho-dilator aroma will make you breathe freely, feel uplifted and inspired, boost your creativity and clear your mind.
- Humulene. The hoppy, woody aroma of Dream Queen comes from humulene. This terpene has interesting medical uses; among them, we find it a pain reliever, appetite suppressant for weight loss treatments, and cancer cells growth delayer.
- Myrcene. The most ubiquitous terpene in cannabis is responsible for the fruity smell and earthy notes of Dream Queen. Its health benefits range from the alleviating of pain and inflammation to calming stress and anxiety.