4 Unique Cannabis Strains And Their Effects

Marijuana and its effects aren't just due to THC & CBD. The 'high' isn't the only effect weed has on the brain. Cannabis can also help increase concentration and focus. It can get you hungry, sleepy and more.

There are hundreds of terpenes and over 110 cannabinoids that exist in a cannabis plant along with other compounds. What compounds that particular cannabis strain has depends on which compounds they specifically contain.

Most OG smokers already know this know. Not all weed strains are built the same. However, as more folks are trying this super herb, we've compiled a short list of some of the most unique and must-try strains out there.

 

1.   Gorilla Glue #4

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This strain is a potent balanced hybrid that has a THC level which approaches 30%. It is a cross between Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel.

The first step in determining the potency of a strain comes when you try to trim its buds after harvesting. Having extra pairs of scissors comes in handy as the scissor hands may get stuck on encountering the sticky buds.

This cannabis cup winning strain is every bit as powerful as suggested by its THC content. The heavy cerebral effects of this strain hit you hard. The buzz can last for several hours. Make sure you don't have important work to do if you're planning to smoke this beast.

The euphoric high of this strain helps your body to relax completely and eventually turns you into a couch potato.

Gorilla Glue #4 has a woody aftertaste but also has hints of chocolate and coffee.

  1.     Candyland

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While Gorilla Glue #4 helps you relax, Candyland gets you moving. This is another balanced hybrid which has a THC content that reaches up to 24%. It is the offspring of two very legendary strains which are Platinum Girl Scout Cookies and Granddaddy Purple.

Well with such awesome genetics from their parents, it comes as no surprise to learn that the offspring is every it as crack-a-lackin'.

Several marijuana strains are capable of providing you with a more natural boost of energy than this strain. A few hits of this strain in the morning can work as an amazing early morning pick me up.

Candyland has a sweet and delicious flavor. It also has a complex taste profile as it has a hint of earthiness and fresh pine and berries.

  1.     Chemdawg

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Weed is stereotypically associated with uncontrollable laughter. Everyone knows that pot makes you crack up at the lamest jokes.

This strain definitely gets you cracking up and complete the stereotype. Chemdawg is the best strain to use when you are feeling down. It has a slight indica dominant hybrid which is a cross of Thai and Nepalese sativas.

It has a pungent strain, so make sure you use it in a well-ventilated room! Its strong diesel flavor is not meant for everyone. However, it could prove to be very useful if you want to manage the symptoms of stress or chronic pain.

  1.     Goo

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This is another strain that would help fit into the marijuana ‘side effect’ stereotype. Goo is the ideal munchies strain.

It has a strong indica dominant hybrid which is a cross of blueberry and Hindu kush. It has a THC content of 24% and should not be taken lightly.

Many experienced users call this strain a mild strain when they try it initially. The gentle physical high provided by this strain occasionally intensifies as well. However, at the same time, it causes you to remain glued to one spot.

This strain also makes you feel extremely hungry, even compared to the general 'munchies' caused by smoking up. Given how potent that effect is, you might want to have snacks around. 

This strain has a pinewood flavor with a hint of berries which is used to combat insomnia and is a great option if you want to manage chronic pain. This strain causes hunger and is a great option if you want to gain weight.

 

Well that's about it. If you feel like we missed on any other weed strains that have unique properties, DM or email us and we'll add it to the list.

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