The Brothers Grimm's favorite phenotype was known as the "evil pineapple" pheno and has an almost rotten meat quality to the sharp fruity smells. Much like the smell, it seems Haze dominant, with acrid citrus notes as well as some flowery touches. The flavor depends upon phenotype, with the famous "evil pineapple" pheno having a complex rotten fruit flavor with floral hints, and the "grapefruit" phenotype is similar to New York City Diesel in flavor profile, with a sharp and musky citrus flavor. Cinderella 99 is known for having a soaring cerebral effect that can be very rushy for some patients. It's often a "thinker" strain, making the mind race at a million miles per hour and even causing visual and auditory distortions.
Recommended most highly for its strong nerve effects, headache relief, appetite stimulation, and energy. Not really recommended for those with anxiety issues or those seeking sleep aid or deep relaxation… this is a strain which can keep you awake at night due to the uptick in mental activity. Bred for indoor growing, C-99 works well in soil or hydro, but the best flavors are generally realized through soil. It's a plant that stays relatively short for its sativa-heavy lineage, producing a lot of branches and a long main cola if left untrained. It’s hard to pinpoint which marijuana strain is highest in THC because strains aren’t an exact science. They can vary across sources, and new ones are popping up constantly. Then there’s the issue of THC and CBD, two of the most well-known compounds in marijuana. THC is the psychoactive compound responsible for the high marijuana produces. When people say that a particular strain of weed is very strong, it’s likely a high-THC strain. High-THC strains will produce strong psychoactive effects and may be beneficial for: reducing nausea increasing appetite reducing pain decreasing inflammation improving muscle control problems.
We’ve rounded up the strains that tend to have the most THC, according to Leafly’s strain explorer. They’re broken down into three groups, depending on their effects: sativas (energetic) indicas (relaxing) hybrids (a combination) Keep in mind that there’s some debate around whether sativa and indica strains are all that different from each other. Sativas usually have higher levels of THC and lower levels of CBD. They tend to produce a stimulating or invigorating effect, making them better for daytime use. People tend to use it for: Users of this strain report feeling: Some also say it boosts creativity. Laughing Buddha is an award-winning sativa strain that’s 21 percent THC. Users report it has the power to make you feel happy and cause giggling, even when you’re feeling depressed. It’s sought out by people dealing with: Along with feelings of happiness, it can also make you feel euphoric and energetic. Hawaiian is apparently the strain of choice for those looking to feel happy and relaxed, much like when you’re on vacay. As with other high-THC sativa strains, people use Hawaiian in an attempt to relieve stress and anxiety, as well as depression, pain, and fatigue. Feelings associated with this strain include: Thai is a popular strain with 22 percent THC that’s associated with feeling uplifted and focused. Users say it helps relieve: pain, including headaches stress depression symptoms. Based on user reviews, this strain i s reported to leave you feeling happy, energetic, and relaxed. Silver Haze packs a lot of punch at 23 percent THC. Incidentally, the THC is where this strain gets its name. It has a copious amount of glistening THC glands that cover the buds. People use Silver Haze for: User reviews say it produces feelings of: Memory Loss. This one is technically a hybrid, but it’s still mostly sativa. The name is fitting, given that this strain is 26 to 31 percent THC. It’s fast acting and capable of producing some intense mental effects. People use this strain mainly for: Indica strains tend to have more CBD than THC, though this isn’t always the case. As a result, you won’t find as many pure indica strains with percentages of THC. While sativa strains are said to produce more invigorating effects, indica strains are linked to relaxing effects that make them best for night-time use (or days where you don’t have a ton on your plate). They’re typically recommended for folks dealing with: Kosher Kush.
Kosher Kush originated as a clone-only strain in Los Angeles. It’s 21 percent THC and associated with major relaxation and pain relief. It has a tendency to put you to sleep, which may be why people often seek it out to treat insomnia. It may also help with: According to user reviews, you can expect to feel: Triangle Kush. This strain has an average THC level of 23 percent. It seems to be a favorite with creative types and artists for boosting creativity. People also seek it out to relieve: Users report feeling especially: creative euphoric chilled out after using it. Hybrids are the result of crossbreeding sativa and indica strains, often resulting in what may be considered to be the best of both worlds. The effects of specific hybrid strains depend on the ratio of indica to sativa, and combination of strains that make up the hybrid.
Death Star is an indica-dominant hybrid that comes in at 21 percent THC.