Even better, that thick coating of THC goodness contains potent amounts of its non-psychoactive counterpart CBD. Hash-lovers get the best of both worlds with this strain, which is unsurprising when you consider the award-winning parentage that supports MKage’s genetics. When her thick resin is compressed into bricks of hashy goodness, spicy herbal notes will entice smokers. The result is a jovial but relaxed high—the perfect complement to a quiet summer’s evening.
For growers restricted on space, you will be pleased to know MKage only reaches 110–130cm in height, making her brilliant for stealth grows. Split down the middle, Sour Banana Sherbet benefits from both indica and sativa in equal measure. The highlight of this strain is the resulting high. Ever struggled to strike up a conversation when out with friends? Sour Banana Sherbet can help with that, providing a giggly, sociable high that leaves you relaxed at the same time. This selection of attributes also makes her perfect for sharing.
Conveniently, her sizable yields mean you won’t lose out on dense hash for yourself, instead having plenty to pass around. As much as 600g/m² can be obtained when grown in optimal conditions indoors, unless of course you are blessed with a favorable cannabis climate. Be wary though, during flowering she really likes to climb, so make sure she is adequately supported. There is something highly appealing about a strain with low THC content. That may sound like a strange statement, but for those that want to enjoy the taste and aroma of marijuana while only experiencing a mild high, the benefit is being able to stay productive and functional. To that end, picking California Hash Plant as your next candidate for a cannabis concentrate is highly advised. Containing 10% THC and indica in nature, CHP will still leave you plenty of room for activities, without locking you to the couch for the rest of the day. This strain’s name provides a glaring clue as to whether she should be grown indoors or outdoors. Even if you don’t have the benefit of a Californian climate, outdoor cultivation is the best way to go. Some growers have reported double the yield compared to an indoor environment. Fabled for its mind-blowing THC content, growers struggled for years to stabilize her genetics and provide consistent bud production. With so many enthusiasts desperate to get a taste of her earthy, citrus flavors once more, she is back with a bang. Unlike many of the previous suggestions, Alaskan ICE is driven by sativa genetics, elevating users to new euphoric heights. Proceed with caution though; novice cannabis-lovers may find it difficult to navigate the cosmos with such a potent THC content. Her sporadic phenotype development does mean veteran growers stand the best chance of unlocking her real potential. If you are lucky enough to get a fully developed crop, up to 800g/m² is your reward—a haul well worth the effort. Unsurprisingly, her spicy haze flavors and hashy aromas make Somalicious very. This abundance of terpenes makes producing concentrates like bubble hash a taste sensation. The distinct flavor of Somalicious is courtesy of a complex lineage. Various strains were hybridized to endow her with the diverse blend of aromas that growers and consumers have come to appreciate. Enough about the flavors though, what kind of high does she induce? Imagine being held in a loving embrace—that is how many users describe the feeling Somalicious provides. The best part is, even though she is a mainly indica hybrid, the resulting high still provides bursts of creativity and mild productivity. Thick branches and a longer flowering time mean a warmer climate is recommended. Late-October may seem like a long time to wait, but you know what they say—patience is a virtue.
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Leafly currently has over 2,000 cannabis strains in its database, up from 779 since 2014, and thanks to growers taking serious control over genetics, there’s a virtually endless variety of indicas, sativas, and hybrids to be found, with new buds cropping up all the time. One could dedicate their entire life to a quest for the dankest, but choosing a single strain as the best would be a very subjective decision, and at the end of the day, individual opinions are as unique as the strains themselves.