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white poison strain
As any seasoned stoner will tell you, different strains of cannabis offer various effects. Some are light and uplifting, while others can make you feel tired and groggy. But don’t worry, there are a ton of resources available to inform you exactly what you can expect from different strains.
Starting with a perky upbeat high, this strain quickly mellows out with a nice body buzz. Although its nearly 80 percent sativa, its THC percentage is slightly lower than other sativa strains, preventing the onset of paranoia that other sativas can impart in higher doses or amongst novice users.
Perhaps the most infamous “high energy sativa strain” available, Sour D is 90 percent sativa. It imparts energy, focus, mental stimulation and feelings of euphoria. Ideal for exercising, being social, working on creative projects or exploring the great outdoors.
As one of the oldest and well-known sativa strains, Haze quickly became a building block strain that has passed on its superior genetics to countless other popular sativa strains. Haze has been well-loved by consumers and growers alike for it’s appetite-inducing properties along with its ability to impart happiness, the giggles, creativity and other highly desirable effects. Sitting at 80 percent sativa, Haze in its true form provides seemingly endless mental stimulation and energy. This is another strain to go slow with as one can easily wind up with a racing mind and feeling paranoia if consumed in higher doses.
A very well-rounded hybrid strain – 50 percent indica and 50 percent sativa – XJ-13 is an excellent wake n’ bake strain. Originating in Oakland, California, this strain provides an uplifting, yet relaxing buzz that imparts creativity and focus without the mind-racing element that other sativa-dominant strains impart.
Dan Nelson, CEO of Wikileaf, the first price comparison engine for the legal and medical marijuana market, compiled this list of the best 10 cannabis strains to wake n’ bake, so that you can get a little buzz and still feel like a productive human.
Cannabis is either derived from indica strains, which are known for their sedative, relaxing and lethargic properties, or sativa, which offers more of a buzzy boost. Growers have been tinkering and cross-breeding for decades, so most strains are a combination of indica and sativa, known as a hybrid.
This one has been making the rounds on the medical scene since California’s first dispensaries started popping up in the mid to late 90’s. It was originally named “Crush” for the first two decades of its existence until none other than Snoop Dogg changed its name to “Green Crack” a few years back. As the name implies, this strain gives a very strong mental and energizing buzz even though it’s only 65 percent sativa.
Hailing from the port town of Durban in South Africa, Durban Poison has been dubbed the “espresso of strains.” It’s a 100 percent sativa strain which makes it highly cerebral and stimulating in nature. Its energizing effects are being used to treat both ADD/ADHD and even depression and mood-related disorders. Go slow with this one, too many hits can easily lead to paranoia and a racing mind.
A list of 10 cannabis strains perfect for waking n’ baking.
As any seasoned stoner will tell you, different strains of cannabis offer various effects. Some are light and uplifting, while others can make you feel