100 Best Weed Strains For Stoners

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Do you ever find yourself looking for old-school, classic, best weed strains out there today?

We have compiled a list of the 100 best weed strains online today and this came from our wonderful regular visitors who took the time to let us know their favorite strains! We also show the best weed strains genetics, indica, sativa or hybrid, and the THC percentage of each, plus the flavor and smell of each!

Acapulco Gold Strain

Sativa, THC 15-24%, Earthy, Woody, Sweet

Agent Orange Strain

Sativa, THC 16-19%, Orange, Citrus, Sweet

Animal Cookies Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-27%, Sweet, Earthy, Pungent

Afghan Kush Strain

Indica, THC 17-20%, Earthy, Woody, Pungent

AK-47 Strain

Hybrid, THC 13-20%, Earthy, Pungent, Skunky

Amnesia Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 20-24%, Citrus, Earthy, Spicy

Banana Kush Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-25%, Banana, Sweet, Tropical

Berry White Strain

Indica, THC 19-25%, Berry, Earthy, Sweet

Blue Dream Strain

Hybrid, THC 17-24%, Blueberry, Sweet, Vanilla

Blackberry Kush Strain

Indica, THC 13-20%, Berry, Sweet, Earthy

Blue Cheese Strain

Indica, THC 15-20%, Blueberry, Cheese, Earthy

Blue Cookies Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-25%, Blueberry, Sweet, Earthy

Blueberry Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 18-24%, Blueberry, Sweet, Earthy

Bruce Banner Strain

Hybrid, THC 23-29%, Earthy, Diesel, Sweet

Bubblegum Strain

Hybrid, THC 13-19%, Sweet, Berry, Bubblegum

Blueberry Strain

Indica, THC 16-24%, Blueberry, Sweet, Berry

Bubba Kush Strain

Indica, THC 18-25%, Earthy, Sweet, Coffee

Cheese Strain

Hybrid, THC 15-20%, Cheese, Earthy, Pungent

Chemdawg Strain

Hybrid, THC 15-20%, Diesel, Earthy, Pungent

Cherry Pie Strain

Hybrid, THC 16-24%, Cherry, Sweet, Earthy

Chocolope Strain

Sativa, THC 18-23%, Chocolate, Coffee, Earthy

Cinderella 99

Sativa, THC 18-22%, Pineapple, Citrus, Sweet

Candyland Strain

Sativa, THC 14-19%, Sweet, Earthy, Spicy

Cheese Quake Strain

Hybrid, THC 15-22%, Cheese, Earthy, Pungent

Chernobyl Strain

Sativa, THC 16-22%, Citrus, Sweet, Earthy

Cherry AK-47 Strain

Hybrid, THC 14-20%, Cherry, Earthy, Skunky

Cherry Bomb Strain

Hybrid, THC 17-23%, Cherry, Sweet, Earthy

Chocolate Thai Strain

Sativa, THC 12-16%, Chocolate, Earthy, Nutty

Cinderella’s Dream Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-22%, Sweet, Citrus, Earthy

Cookies and Cream Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-26%, Sweet, Vanilla, Earthy

Cotton Candy Strain

Hybrid, THC 12-22%, Sweet, Candy, Floral

Critical Mass Strain

Indica, THC 18-22%, Earthy, Sweet, Citrus

Death Star Strain

Indica, THC 19-26%, Earthy, Pungent, Diesel

Diablo OG Strain

Indica, THC 17-22%, Earthy, Spicy, Pungent

DJ Short Blueberry Strain

Indica, THC 15-20%, Blueberry, Sweet, Berry

Do-Si-Dos Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-28%, Sweet, Earthy, Floral

Double Dream Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-25%, Sweet, Citrus, Earthy

Dutch Treat Strain

Indica, THC 18-25%, Earthy, Sweet, Spicy

Durban Poison

Sativa, THC 18-26%, Earthy, Pine, Sweet

Fire OG Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-25%, Earthy, Woody, Diesel

Fruity Pebbles Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-21%, Fruity, Sweet, Berry

Gelato Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-25%, Sweet, Creamy, Citrus

Ghost OG Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-24%, Earthy, Pine, Sweet

Girl Scout Cookies Strain (GSC)

Hybrid, THC 18-28%, Sweet, Earthy, Spicy

Godfather OG Strain

Indica, THC 25-28%, Earthy, Pine, Sweet

Golden Goat Strain

Sativa, THC 16-23%, Citrus, Sweet, Earthy

Gorilla Glue #4

Hybrid, THC 18-25%, Earthy, Pungent, Diesel

Check out much more about 30 Gorilla strains and blow your mind!

G13: Indica, THC 22-24%, Earthy, Spicy, Pungent

God’s Gift Strain

Indica, THC 18-22%, Earthy, Grape, Sweet

Golden Pineapple Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-22%, Pineapple, Sweet, Citrus

Grand Daddy Orange Strain

Hybrid, THC 19-24%, Sweet, Citrus, Earthy

Grape God Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-24%, Grape, Sweet, Earthy

Grapefruit Strain

Sativa, THC 15-20%, Grapefruit, Sweet, Citrus

Grapefruit Diesel Strain

Hybrid, THC 16-22%, Grapefruit, Diesel, Sweet

Green Ribbon Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-21%, Earthy, Sweet, Citrus

Granddaddy Purple Strain

Indica, THC 17-27%, Grape, Berry, Sweet

Grape Ape Strain

Indica, THC 18-25%, Grape, Berry, Earthy

Green Crack Strain

Sativa, THC 15-25%, Citrus, Earthy, Sweet

Harlequin Strain

Sativa, THC 4-7%, Earthy, Sweet, Mango

Hawaiian Snow Strain

Sativa, THC 18-24%, Citrus, Sweet, Earthy

Headband Strain

Hybrid THC 18-25%, Earthy, Diesel, Pungent

Head Cheese Strain

Hybrid, THC 17-22%, Cheese, Earthy, Pungent.

Heavy Duty Fruity Strain

Hybrid, THC 17-23%, Fruity, Sweet, Earthy

Hell’s OG Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-22%, Earthy, Woody, Spicy

Hindu Kush Strain

Indica, THC 18-22%, Earthy, Woody, Spicy

Island Sweet Skunk Strain

Sativa, THC 14-19%, Sweet, Tropical, Skunky

Jack Flash Strain

Hybrid, THC 16-22%, Earthy, Spicy, Sweet

Jack Herer Strain

Sativa, THC 18-23%, Pine, Earthy, Spicy

Jedi Kush Strain

Indica, THC 15-20%, Earthy, Pine, Sweet

King Louis XIII Strain

Indica, THC 20-23%, Earthy, Pine, Woody

Lemon Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 15-22%, Lemon, Sweet, Citrus

Mango Kush Strain

Hybrid, THC 11-20%, Mango, Sweet, Pine

Maui Wowie Strain

Sativa, THC 13-20%, Tropical, Pineapple, Sweet

Northern Lights Strain

Indica, THC 16-21%, Earthy, Sweet, Pine

OG Kush Strain

Hybrid, THC 19-26%, Earthy, Pine, Woody

Orange Crush Strain

Sativa, THC 15-22%, Orange, Sweet, Citrus

Pineapple Express Strain

Hybrid, THC 17-25%, Pineapple, Sweet, Tropical

Pink Kush Strain

Indica, THC 17-20%, Earthy, Floral, Sweet

Platinum OG Strain

Indica, THC 18-24%, Earthy, Pine, Sweet

Purple Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 13-20%, Berry, Earthy, Sweet

Purple Urkle Strain

Indica, THC 18-21%, Grape, Sweet, Earthy

Rainbow Sherbet Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-22%, Sweet, Citrus, Berry

Raspberry Kush Strain

Indica, THC 17-20%, Raspberry, Earthy, Sweet

Romulan Strain

Indica, THC 20-24%, Earthy, Pine, Spicy

Skywalker OG Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-25%, Earthy, Spicy, Herbal

Sour Diesel Strain

Sativa, THC 16-20%, Diesel, Earthy, Pungent

Sour Kush Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-24%, Sour, Earthy, Pungent

Strawberry Cough Strain

Sativa, THC 15-20%, Strawberry, Sweet, Berry

Super Lemon Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 17-25%, Lemon, Sweet, Citrus

Super Silver Haze Strain

Sativa, THC 18-23%, Earthy, Sweet, Citrus

Tahoe OG Strain

Hybrid, THC 20-25%, Earthy, Pine, Lemon

Tangie Strain

Sativa, THC 19-22%, Orange, Citrus, Sweet

Trainwreck Strain

Hybrid, THC 16-22%, Earthy, Lemon, Pine

Triangle Kush Strain

Indica, THC 20-26%, Earthy, Citrus, Pine

Wedding Cake Strain

‘Hybrid, THC 17-25%, Sweet, Vanilla, Earthy

White Rhino Strain

Indica, THC 14-20%, Earthy, Woody, Pungent

White Widow Strain

Hybrid, THC 18-25%, Earthy, Flowery, Woody

9 Pound Hammer Strain

Indica, THC 18-23%, Earthy, Sweet, Citrus

The Impacts of Cannabis Strains, Including Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid Varieties

Throughout ancient times, people have turned to cannabis for both therapeutic and recreational uses. Cannabis is a complicated plant that produces a wide variety of chemical compounds, like as cannabinoids and terpenes, that interact with the human body in a variety of different ways.

These effects can be beneficial or harmful. There are literally hundreds of various strains of cannabis that are available on the market today, and each one has its own own collection of qualities as well as effects. In this post, we will discuss the various types of cannabis strains, their genetic and historical origins, the effects of each strain, and how to select the cannabis strain that is most suited to meet your individual medical requirements.

The Origins of Many Cannabis Strains, Both Genetically and Historically

Cannabis Ruderalis, Cannabis Sativa, and Cannabis Ruderalis are the three primary varieties of cannabis plants that can be grown. Hybrids are cannabis strains that are a cross of sativa and indica strains. Sativa and Indica strains are the most prevalent varieties of cannabis that can be found in dispensaries.

The equatorial regions of the planet, such as Thailand, Mexico, and Colombia, are where sativa strains first appeared in cannabis genetics. These are tall, slender plants that have narrow leaves and are well-known for the invigorating and stimulating properties that they have. Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the chemical that is responsible for the “high” that is associated with the consumption of cannabis. Sativa strains contain a higher concentration of THC than indica strains do.

On the other hand, Middle Eastern and Asian countries are the cradle of cannabis's Indica strains, which are famous for their calming and sleep-inducing properties. Sativa plants are taller and more bushy, while Indica plants are shorter and bushier and have larger leaves. Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is the chemical that gives cannabis its relaxing and pain-relieving benefits. Indica strains often have a higher CBD (cannabidiol) content than other types of cannabis.

Indica vs Sativa vs Hybrid Strains

indica vs sativa vs hybrid strains of cannabis start with examples

Sativa and Indica strains can be crossed to produce hybrid strains, which result in a plant that possesses a synergistic combination of the effects of its Sativa and Indica parent strains. There are three possible dominance profiles for hybrid strains: indica-dominant, sativa-dominant, or a 50/50 split.

The use of cannabis dates back thousands of years; it's been around for a long time. In numerous societies all throughout the world, it has a history of being put to use for therapeutic, religious, and recreational purposes. It has been established that people in ancient China utilized cannabis as a medicine to cure a wide variety of conditions, including pain, inflammation, and anxiety. Cannabis was used to treat these and other conditions. Cannabis was first brought to the Western world in the 19th century and was widely used as a medication up until the early 20th century, when it was made illegal in many nations throughout the globe.

Different Types of Cannabis and The Effects

Many cannabis strains, each with their own unique genetics and chemical make-up, provide a wide range of effects. Because of the elevating and stimulating effects that are characteristic of sativa strains, daytime use of this type of cannabis is very common. Sativa strains are known to create highs that are characterized by sensations of pleasure, creativity, and concentration. In addition to this, it is well known that they improve appetite and offer relief from mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and stress.

On the other hand, indica strains are well-known for the calming and sleep-inducing qualities that they produce, which makes them a common option for consumption in the evening. Relaxation, alleviation from pain, and even tiredness are all possible effects of smoking indica strains. In addition to this, it is common knowledge that they alleviate nausea and stimulate hunger.

The proportion of Sativa to Indica genes in a hybrid strain determines the effects that it will have. Hybrid strains can create a wide variety of effects. An effect that is stimulating and uplifting can be provided by a hybrid that is dominant in Sativa, while an impact that is calming and sedative can be provided by a hybrid that is dominant in Indica.

Cannabinoids as well as Terpenes

Cannabinoids and terpenes are only two of the many chemical compounds that are found in cannabis strains. These compounds interact with the human body in a variety of different ways. THC and CBD are the cannabinoids that have received the most attention in recent years. THC is the component in cannabis that is responsible for its psychoactive effects, whereas CBD is the component responsible for its sedative and pain-relieving properties.

Terpenes are a type of volatile organic chemical that can be found in a wide variety of plants, including cannabis. They contribute to the distinctive flavors and fragrances of various cannabis strains, as well as having the potential to alter the effects of the strain. The following are examples of terpenes that are frequently present in cannabis:


Myrcene is recognized for its calming effects and can also boost the psychoactive effects of THC. It is found in high concentrations in Indica strains. Myrcene is found in high concentrations.

Limonene is a compound that can be found in citrus fruits as well as in some Sativa strains of cannabis. Limonene is well recognized for its stimulating and invigorating properties, and it also has the potential to alleviate anxiety.


Pinene is an anti-inflammatory compound that is found in pine trees and in some strains of the cannabis plant known as Sativa. Pinene is also believed to boost concentration and alertness.

The cannabinoids and terpenes present in a given cannabis strain interact with one another, which might have an effect on the strain's overall effect. For instance, a strain that is strong in THC and myrcene may have a more calming effect, whereas a strain that is high in CBD and limonene may provide a more uplifting effect. Both of these compounds are found in cannabis.

The Flowering Period of Different Strains

The amount of time it takes for a cannabis plant to develop mature flowers that can be picked is referred to as the strain's flowering period. Flowering times can vary greatly from strain to strain. The flowering period can be anywhere from six weeks to a whole year, depending on the strain, and it might be as little as six weeks or as long as 12 weeks. Growers must make it a priority to learn the flowering period of any strain they intend to cultivate because this information indicates when the plant is ready to be harvested.

Strains For Growing Indoors vs Outdoors

Both inside and outdoors are viable options for the cultivation of cannabis, and certain cannabis strains might be better suited to different growth environments. A greater degree of control over the growth environment, including temperature, humidity, and light, is possible with indoor cultivation, which can also result in increased yields. Outside cultivation can be more difficult since it is subject to the vagaries of weather and the conditions of the surrounding environment, but it can result in plants that are greater in size and may not require as much equipment or energy.

There are cannabis strains that are better suited for growing indoors, and there are other strains that are better suited for growing outdoors. Because they do not reach the same heights as sativa strains and flower in a shorter amount of time, indica varieties are typically better suited for growing indoors. Because they flower for a longer period of time and demand more room, sativa strains are typically better suited for cultivation in an outdoor setting.

How to Choose Which Cannabis Strain Is Right for Your Treatment

medical cannabis effects and benefits chart

Because there are so many various strains available, each of which has its own unique effects and chemical make-up, selecting the one that is most suitable for your medical requirements can be a difficult task. The following are some guidelines that will assist you in selecting the most appropriate strain for your specific medical requirements:

Do some study on the various strains: Read up on the various strains that are offered and the effects that they produce. Search for cannabis strains that have a track record of successfully treating your particular illness.

Take into account the chemical make-up: if you are searching for pain relief or an effect that will calm you down, opt for strains that have a high concentration of CBD. If you want to experience the euphoric effects of marijuana, seek for strains that have a high concentration of THC.

Examine the terpene profile: Seek out strains that include terpenes that offer help for the symptoms associated with your particular ailment. If you suffer from anxiety, for instance, you should look for strains that have high quantities of the chemical limonene.

Experiment: It may take some time and effort on your part to determine which cannabis strain is most suited to meet your individual medicinal requirements. Determine how your body responds to the substance by starting with a low dose. If necessary, make the appropriate adjustments to the dosage and strain.

In conclusion, cannabis strains are a diverse set of plants that each have their own unique impacts and chemical make-ups. By gaining an understanding of the genetic and historical background of various strains, as well as their effects, terpene and cannabinoid profiles, and flowering dates, you will be able to select the strain that is most suitable for your personal medical requirements.

Because there are so many different strains available, it is possible that it will take some trial and error for you to find the strain that is most suited to your needs. But, if you are patient and persistent, you will be able to find the relief that you are looking for.

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