Two popular strains, White Widow and Blue Dream, join forces in this sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio unclear). Like its parents, White Dream has huge THC levels, topping 24% in at least one test. That puts this strain on the top shelf of potent marijuana strains.
CBD levels, though, are less than 1%, far too low to recommend White Dream as a treatment for disorders that respond to CBD, including epilepsy. The mostly cerebral high is both euphoric and uplifting, ideal for errands and other daytime activities. There are few reports on the medical effectiveness of this strain, so it’s hard to say what conditions it might treat, though an anxiety and depression are usually safe bets.
The smell and taste of White Dream isn’t widely reported, though the bud has a dark-green-and-brown appearance. Negative effects may include dry eyes and cottonmouth, as well as paranoia, though there’s little available information on the subject.