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High THC Strains

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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

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.

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Hawaiian is apparently the strain of choice for those looking to feel happy and relaxed, much like when you’re on vacay. It’s 22 percent THC. Users report feeling equally relaxed and uplifted.

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.

Silver Haze

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:

  • stress
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • poor appetite
  • pain

Gorilla Glue

Another 50/50 hybrid, Gorilla Glue — also called GG for legal reasons — hits hard at 23 percent THC.

This potent strain is known for its cerebral and physical effects that come on quickly and last longer than those of other strains.

It’s used mostly for its relaxing and sedating effect, which is helpful for stress relief and insomnia. People also use it for pain, including menstrual cramps, according to online reviews.

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At around 25 percent THC, this hybrid hits strong and fast, eventually settling into a state of euphoria and heightened creativity according to users.

It’s used to relieve:

  • stress
  • depression symptoms
  • pain
Safety tips

If you’re going to use cannabis, especially high-THC strains, consider these harm reduction tips:

  • Start off with a low THC strain and gradually work your way up to avoid severe side effects.
  • Look into nonsmoking methods, such as edibles or oils, to protect your lungs.
  • If you do smoke, avoid deep inhalation and holding your breath to limit exposure to harmful by-products in the smoke.
  • Limit your use of marijuana, especially high-THC strains, to lower your risk for long-term health risks, including addiction.
  • Don’t drive for at least 6 hours after using cannabis — longer if you’re still feeling its effects.
  • Avoid marijuana entirely if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
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