Its balanced, clear-headed effects are ushered in by a distinctive spicy aroma that hints at this hybrid’s Haze ancestor. Some patients may find Dragon’s Breath particularly helpful in burning off pain, depression, and anxiety throughout the day.
Pineapple Super Silver Haze from Fire Bros. is a sativa strain that modifies the widely cherished Super Silver Haze with a Pineapple hybrid strain. The Haze genetics in this strain come through in both flavor and effect, as Pineapple Super Silver Haze delivers a high-flying cerebral buzz alongside a spicy, zesty flavor. Its aroma is more of a tropical medley of candied mango, pineapple, and oranges. Like a cup of coffee, this sativa is a perfect pick-me-up with motivating, talkative, and creative effects and minimal heaviness in the body .After this amazing cross we are left with a beautiful, sticky sativa blend.
Hashberry was voted the Strain of the Year by High Times in 2006, Hashberry has a classic indica flavor with hashish undertones. Its thick stems are necessary to support the heavy buds, providing a classic aroma and flavor of mint or pepper.
Chocolate Thai is renowned for potent cerebral effects, despite its spindly, skimpy appearance. The combined effects found in Chocolate Hashberry, can cause effects in the consumer that begin swiftly and slowly plateau to the “mellow” phase. Toward the end, a body sensation begins but leaves the consumer still social and active.
Originally known as the Headband BX, Yeti OG was bred by NorCal collective Loompa Farms and has become a highly sought after strain due to its incredible taste and heavy yields. This 70/30 indica-dominant strain usually has THC levels over 20% and CBD levels above 3%, making it a very good choice for relaxation and pain relief. Featuring a rich, creamy-tasting smoke with strong undertones of diesel fuel and hints of lemon and pine, Yeti OG is a favorite with connoisseurs of flavorful cannabis.
UW is a marijuana strain that comes with its own superhero origin story. Popular rumor has it that a clone plant was stolen from a certain Pacific Northwest university’s medical research lab in the early nineties—in some versions by a rogue graduate student.