THC : 20% Jet Fuel is a pungent sativa-leaning hybrid whose aggressive name serves as a fairly accurately description of its fast-paced sativa high. This strain is a cross between super-sticky Aspen OG and Skunk-derived High Country Diesel, both pungent varieties themselves. Also known as G6, it was created by Colorado-based breeders 303 Seeds. Jet Fuel’s cerebral intensity is well suited to situations that call for deep creative thinking and problem solving. It has a THC content that ranges from 15% to 20%. Buds of Jet Fuel are marked by medium-sized flowers that taper down into almost conical shapes. The bud structure is more sativa than indica, with relatively light and fluffy leaves that tear away easy from central stems. The leaves themselves are an earthy brownish-green, while the pistils range from orange to rarely-seen shades of maroon and red. When properly cured, flowers of Jet Fuel are covered in trichomes and leave behind a sticky resin when handled.
THC 23% CBD 0% Myrcene AK-47 is a Sativa-dominate hybrid with bright white coloring. Despite its violent name, the strain imparts a very mellow feeling and can even leave one stuck in a state of "couch lock". It also leads to increased creativity. For the most part, however, AK-47 will leave you feeling uplifted, peaceful and euphoric. Many people enjoy using it while listening to music. Outside of dry mouth and eyes, the strain can also cause users to feel paranoid and sometimes dizzy. Some users also experience minor headaches. Many users take advantage of the strain's relaxing effect to relieve stress and anxiety. Others use it to take the edge off their chronic pains and aches. Insomniacs take 1-3 hits approximately an hour before bedtime to induce relaxation. They report an increase in the number of restful nights following this routine.
Amnesia Haze has a somewhat misleading name: it's a sativa-dominant hybrid that, despite its potency, won't leave you with a severely impaired memory. Composed from a cross of staple strain Haze and several different worldwide landraces, including Thai, Hawaiian, and Afghani, Amnesia Haze may actually drive inspiration rather than forgetfulness. The Afghani indica in its genetics makes for a well-balanced, albeit somewhat cerebral high. Amnesia Haze that exists in the commercial market is mainly derived from two sources: First Medical Seed and Soma Seeds, the Amsterdam-based company responsible for creative strains like Lavender. The strain is a favorite for its uplifting vibes and its rich flavor. It won 1st place overall in the 2004 Cannabis Cup and Best Sativa in the 2012 Cannabis Cup. The THC content of Amnesia Haze ranges from about 20% to 25%
This strain is distinguished by its chunky, dense flowers which show a synthesis of indica and sativa bud structures: although tightly-packed, the buds are more tapered and comical than round. Depending on how they're cured, buds will have a greenish to yellow tint. Rust-colored pistils, meant for the flowers to catch pollen from other male cannabis plants, stand out against the leaves.
THC; 28% With a menacing name that hints at its powerful psychoactivity, Durban Poison is a pure South African sativa landrace. It is a bold and sticky variety that’s well adapted to a variety of growing conditions. Durban Poison boasts a THC content of between 15% and 28%. Cannabis has been cultivated on the African continent since at least the 14th century; by the era of Dutch colonization, it had spread south and the Khoikhoi, San, and Bantu groups indigenous to South Africa had an established cultivation and cultural acceptance of the drug, which they called dagga.
THC: 25%Green Crack, also known as "Green Crush" and "Mango Crack," is a potent sativa marijuana strain made by crossing Skunk #1 with an unknown indica. This strain is beloved by many consumers for its energizing effects. But don’t let the name fool you: this is pure cannabis. Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. With a tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango, Green Crack is a great daytime strain that may help consumers fight fatigue, stress, and depression. Because the name "Green Crack" perpetuates a negative image of cannabis, some people have taken to calling this strain Cush (with a ‘C’) or Green Cush instead
THC: 24% CBG:1% Jack Herer is a strain named after a lifelong cannabis activist whose 1985 book The Emperor Wears No Clothes continues to be an influential resource in the fight for cannabis decriminalization and legalization. A sativa-dominant hybrid developed by Sensi Seeds in the 1980s or 90s, it is a tasty and perennially popular strain. Jack Herer has passed its genetics and part of its name on to crossbred strains like Jack the Ripper, Jack’s Cleaner, and Jack Skellington. Although the exact genetic formula is a guarded secret, Jack Herer is thought to be the product of sativa staple Haze and a cross of Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk. Sticky buds have an appealing orange-lemon scent and taste with just a hint of some dank pine. The high provides an excellent balance between cerebral and physical effects, leaving users deeply relaxed but attentive and conversant. Jack Herer’s appealing flavor and well-rounded effects has made it hugely popular with medical and recreational cannabis users alike; it has won nine Cannabis Cup titles. Cannabis lab Analytical 360 has measured Jack Herer flowers as having between 15% and 24% THC.
The breeder Symbiotic Genetics turned Purple Punch and Clementine into the Sativa-dominant (70/30) Mimosa strain in 2017. Since then, it has steadily been growing in popularity, not only with people who are a fan of its namesake drink but for anyone who can stomach a fruity cocktail that includes up to 30% THC. The Mimosa strain flowers in about 9 weeks. If you plan on growing it outside, it’s going to be ready for harvest in mid-October, sometimes even later. The plant’s buds grow small, dense, round, and olive-green. Dark amber hairs grow plentifully over the buds and the white trichomes shimmer.
THC; 28% Pineapple Express,” believe it or not, is actually a meteorological term. It indicates strong moisture currents off of Hawaii that extend over the Pacific to the North American coast. In the mid-latitudes of the world, suffice it to say, water vapor is a big deal. Nowadays, the term is more directly associated with the 2008 stoner comedy of the same name, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco. However, the film got its name from the strain, which I guess got its name from … Hawaiian water vapor. Aside from a future etymologist’s splitting headache, the Pineapple Express strain can cause all kinds of body-numbing bonuses for your weary mid-day work sessions. Pineapple Express provides a blast of energy, one that promotes focused awareness and creativity. It got this from its parents, Hawaiian and Trainwreck. Some users have even reported so much cerebral energy that they start to feel a little dizzy, but this usually only occurs at large doses.
THC; 29 Sour Diesel will give you a terrific blast, a smash-in-the-face of Chemdawg and a Sativa we haven’t identified yet. We don’t even know who bred it originally – most people call him/her “A.J.” or “Asshole Joe.” It not only comes packed with 29% THC on the high end, but also retains 2% CBD and 4% CBN during extraction, which is pretty unheard of. These added chemical compounds don’t alter the base effects of Sour Diesel, but they provide varied intensity that you can’t really calculate (or control). For a feeling of ultimate happy heaviness, Sour Diesel (also called “Sour Deez'' and “Sour D” for short) brings a nearly pure 90% Sativa to bear on your restless mind. You won’t stand a chance. Sour Diesel’s lineage contains a little mystery. Researchers suspect that it was created accidentally from strains in the Chemdawg and OG Kush line. Particularly, Chemdawg 91 is suspected as a likely parent, along with possible candidates like DNL and Massachusetts Super Skunk. Either way, the plant grows lanky, throwing up a ton of foxtails around its dense, light green nugs, and releasing pungent odors into your indoor garden, like little skunk-citrus flower bombs.
THC ; 30% Sour Tangie is a sativa-dominant hybrid with two well known parents. Created by prolific cannabis breeders DNA Genetics, it is a cross between East Coast Sour Diesel and cult favorite Tangie. In addition to mentally focused effects, the strain offers a bold citrus flavor profile. Sour Tangie’s THC content has been measured at between 15% and an insane 30%. Sour Tangie establishes its appeal right away with larger than average buds that range in shape, depending on the phenotype, from long and cylindrical to short and tapered. They have a characteristically loose and fluffy sativa structure, with long, wispy leaves. These leaves are a patchwork of dark and bright green and are threaded through with neon orange pistils. Cloudy white trichomes finish off these impressive flowers, making them very sticky to the touch and difficult to break apart without a grinder. A first inspection of flowers of Sour Tangie may pick up on some fruity, citrus notes. A second whiff, meanwhile, might detect a strong diesel aroma, picked up form parent strain ECSD. Grinding up or picking apart these leafy buds can release more of a hashy, sandalwood-like odor. When Sour Tangie is combusted, it burns with a smoke that is, unsurprisingly, sour, but also smooth and easy on the lungs. On the exhale, this aromatic smoke leaves behind a spicy, orange-tinged flavor.
THC; 29% Once you have a Strawberry Cough, you’ll already be deep into an 80/20 Sativa giant with mid-20s THC and a flavor that acts like it has something to prove. No one is sure where Strawberry Cough came from but we know its likely origin is from a cross of Erdbeer or Original Haze and an Indica, bred by Kyle Kushman. According to legend, he started with cannabis seeds from a plant growing in a strawberry field on the East coast of the United States (possibly in Vermont somewhere). The result is Strawberry Cough, a strain that will have you feeling social and energetic before you’ve even put down your toke. Whereas most cannabis plants have a terpene distribution of different flavors each at a percentage of <0.5%, Strawberry Cough has one dominant mega-lady in its terpene mix: the seductive Alpha-Pinene. This terpene is the spirit of the outdoors, imparting the scent that runs through coniferous plants like mountain pines. Expectedly, Strawberry Cough is drenched in this outdoorsy aroma, which is relieving and exciting.