Indica vs Sativa - Finding the perfect strain can be a difficult task considering the vast range of strains out there. Understanding the difference between indica and sativa is imperative for any patient - medical or recreational. Read this blog article to learn more about which strain is best for you- indica or sativa
Kief : It is different from ground cannabis flower in that it is solely made up of the sticky, glistening trichomes that cover the cannabis bud. Lean more about Kief and how you can use it in this article!
Hindu Kush is a pure indica landrace strain from South Asia, it is high in carophyllene, myrcene and pinene, it is particularly effective at treating chronic pain, nausea, and stress conditions. Read more
Pineapple Express is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain, born of parent strains Trainwreck and Hawaiian. Read more to learn about this strain
A legendary hybrid strain which has been around since the 90s. White Widow has a global popularity and can often be found at the top of the menu in funky bars in Amsterdam.
As a pure Indica strain, Purple Kush provides full-body relaxation with a euphoric head-high. As a more sedative strain, it’s perfect for kicking back at home after a long day at work as opposed to getting yourself pumped for a night out.
Girl Scout Cookies (or GSC) is a sativa-leaning hybrid blend, created by West Coast breeders. Lear more about the GSC strain, brief history and more
Afghan Kush is a nearly 100% Indica strain. These strains are squatter and wider than other strains. They induce a body high which is great for relaxation.
AK-47 is a Sativa-dominate hybrid and in terms of aesthetics it can be easily identified from its distinct white markings. Despite it violent name AK-47 is more likely to leave you in a state of “couch lock” as it provides its users with a relaxed, mellow feeling.
There are so many different strains of weed out there now that you'll likely smoke hundreds of different strains in your lifetime. To keep track of which ones you like the most, you should keep a weed journal. Click here to learn about the other benefits it would provide as well.
Keeping a cannabis journal is a wonderful way to track your consumption and monitor how different strains effect your mind and body. Click here to learn how to do it effectively.