There are dozens of strains out there, and honestly, most medical cannabis users and recreational marijuana enthusiasts have only tried a few. If you want to experiment with cannabis this year, here are some of the trending strains that need your attention.
Runtz stands out because of its balance -50% Sativa & 50% Indica. It is easy to fall for its berry and fruity flavors, and the THC content of this can be as high as 29%, depending on season and grower. Runtz is being touted as one of the best strains out there for treating insomnia and pain, but it should also work perfectly for treating stress and anxiety.
Talk of indica-dominant hybrid strains, and you have the Pink Rozay. This is one of the best indica options you will try this year, especially for its herby and berry flavors. The THC content on this one is not that high – between 16% and 18%, but the effects can last for a very long period of time. The high is almost instant, but you will happier after. This strain can be good for those dealing with chronic stress and mood disorders.
Kush Mint is one of the more balanced hybrids, with 50% Sativa and 50% Indica. The parentage of this strain includes two more known strains – Bubba Kush and Animal Mints. Expectedly, the mint aroma of this is pretty evident, and THC content is really high at 24%. This is a strain that can make you feel sleepy at times, but expect a more relaxation feeling for most times.
This is an indica dominant hybrid, with around 70% Indica. Coming from the house of Strawberry Banana, this one is a mix between Banana Kush and Strawberry Bubblegum. The THC of this strain is pretty high between 22% and 26%, depending on the season. The strain works for those with depression, anxiety and appetite loss.
Gelato is more a balanced hybrid, which is more Indica than Sativa. The two strains that are responsible for its lineage are Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies and Sunset Sherbet. The THC content is around 20%, which is okay but look out for its effects. This could be a perfect strain for anyone dealing with inflammation, pain, and muscle spasms.
If you haven’t tried some of these strains, go ahead and read more. Go easy with your first experience.