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  1. Avatar05 Nov
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    Michelle

    Where can I find THIS strain? I live in San Diego & article mentioned it is available on the west coast. I have tried “Blueberry Cream” & LOVED it! Dispensary that I use eventually ran out of it to my dismay. I was SO disappointed because I use it for medical purposes only & it was effective. I have only been smoking for 3 years I was scared to death of it before now I know after much research how much safer it is instead of alcohol or helps me NOT have to take large amounts of pharmaceuticals. I suffer from chronic daily migraines, cluster headaches, fibromyalgia, arthritis, depression, PTSD and anxiety just to name the BIG ones… not to mention two major back surgeries and over 60+ procedures (including two spinal taps) & the relief I got was life changing. But my migraines (even though cannabis helps a LOT) are my main disability. It has taken me to the depths of hell (STILL there for the most part) but as I said better off than before. Doctors unfortunately under treat chronic pain (BUT that’s another story). I don’t know if the Blueberry is the same strain or related to Blueberry Cream strain. I will say the effects weren’t like what was described in the article. THIS would be a great strain for me to get. Can you please help me find out if its sold here in San Diego? Thanks so much in advance.
    Michelle

    1. Avatar05 Nov
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      Adam Rhodes (Listing owner)

      Hey Michelle,

      I’m sorry to hear about your health conditions but am glad you are finding relief.

      In my experience, Blueberry is a 90/10 indica dominant strain most common in Northern California and Oregon around fall harvest time. I have seen it in Nevada as well but it isn’t as popular there. But as always, your mileage may vary. Blue Cream is a nice 50/50 hybrid sired by Blueberry and AK-47. If that was what you smoked I understand why it would have had a different effect than described above.

      Hope this helps,
      Adam Rhodes

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