Pineapple Express is a Sativa dominant strain with a 60:40 sativa/indica ratio. The strain is quite popular and has achieved recognition thanks to the stoner film of the same name. However, you have to keep in mind that the strain is not as intense as the movie has made it out to be. But Pineapple Express still manages to offer a mild and nice body-numbing buzz, which is something to look forward to. The strain is offered in the form of well-weighed nuggets that look like Styrofoam popcorn. It does not taste sweet, but it does smell funky with its citrus overtones. The taste is quite extraordinary with a hint of pineapple while you inhale. Pineapple Express is chosen to treat a lot of medical problems including anxiety and stress. However, it is even more effective at curing the symptoms of chronic depression at the same time. If you are suffering from mild pains and aches, you should look no further. After a smoke, you will realize Pineapple Express is calming and stimulating at the same time. Not only will it heighten all your senses but you will feel energized all the while observing an increase in focus, awareness and creativity.
Red Congo is a complex Sativa strain with Mexican and Afghani roots, most recently popularized in California. Throughout its history, RC has developed a very complex flavour profile and a colourful palette. RC makes for a great daytime bud, known for its abilities to help with stress, pain, and fatigue while also promoting focus and mental clarity to help with anything from simple tasks to creative endeavours.
The sativa genes of OG Kush and the indica genes of Orange Bud were blended to form Orange Kush, allegedly an indica-dominant hybrid (reports on the sativa/indica ratio of this strain are unreliable at best). The flavor is tangy and citrusy while the smell has strong, sweet notes of orange. The buds have lime-green leaves and bright orange hairs to match the name. THC levels are known to top 22%, making this one of the strongest strains on any market, legal or otherwise. CBD, on the other hand, is very scarce, less than half of 1 percent, much too low to suggest Orange Kush as good treatment for seizure disorders and other problems that can be alleviated with CBD. The effects of this strain certainly hint at its indica leanings: powerful euphoria, deep physical relaxation, happiness, sleepiness, and a potent case of the munchies. That alone makes this a great tool in treating eating or wasting disorders, but Orange Kush is also a good choice for patients who suffer from anxiety, depression, ADHD, inflammation, migraine headaches, muscle spasms, and aches and pains. Negatives may include dry eyes and cottonmouth. This strain is most popular in Arizona and the Pacific Northwest.
OG Kush is an American marijuana classic, a Southern California original with some of the highest THC levels in the world. With a 55:45 sativa/indica ratio, this strain pulls no punches. Expect a hard, mixed high with intense euphoria followed by serious couch-lock. The plant’s THC concentration can reach levels as high as 21-24%. That just 1 percentage point less than the current record-holder. The cerebral boost from OG Kush is ideal for depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety, while the heavy body high can help with pain and nausea. OG Kush is also used to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Dry mouth and eyes are the most common negative effects, though headaches and paranoia are also possible. This strain is a hybrid, probably a descendant of a female Chemdawg plant and a male Hindu Kush plant. OG Kush, which has given rise to countless West Coast strains, has an earthy, wood taste and a strong pine scent. It’s most popular in California, the Pacific Northwest, and Colorado. What does the “OG” stand for? No one seems to know anymore. Many think it means “Ocean Grown,” a reference to Cali weed. Others think it means “Original Gangster”.
This hybrid is an amazing cross between Amnesia Haze and Blueberry! The ratio of sativa to indica is about 50:50, meaning this is a great strain for night time use. THC is very potent, topping 24% in some tests, but CBD is much lower, slightly less than 1%. In other words, this isn't a very good choice for epilepsy and other conditions that are treated with CBD. But it's a great choice for relieving anxiety and depression, insomnia, ADHD symptoms, migraine headaches, mood swings, and physical pain. The high is creative and euphoric, with a psychoactive mood boost and a case of the giggles. Blue Amnesia Haze has a fresh, fruity blueberry hash-like taste and a sweet, earthy smell with hints of spicy pepper. Nugs are a beautiful deep bluish purple and is blanketed of white trichomes. This strain can induce cottonmouth and bloodshot eyes, while paranoia and dizziness are also reported.