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What Are The Highest Thc Strains For Both Indica And Sativa???

High-THC strains will produce strong psychoactive effects and may be beneficial for:

  1. reducing nausea
  2. increasing appetite
  3. reducing pain
  4. decreasing inflammation
  5. improving muscle control problems

They’re broken down into three groups, depending on their effects:

  1. sativas (energetic)
  2. indicas (relaxing)
  3. hybrids (a combination)

High-THC sativa strains

Sativas usually have higher levels of THC and lower levels of CBD. They tend to produce a stimulating or invigorating effect, making them better for daytime use.

Lemon Meringue

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This sativa strain is around 21 percent THC. It is considered to have an uplifting effect. People tend to use it for:

  1. stress
  2. depression
  3. anxiety
  4. mild headaches
  5. fatigue

Users of this strain report feeling:

  1. happy
  2. uplifted
  3. energetic
  4. Some also say it boosts creativity.

Laughing Buddha

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Laughing Buddha is an award-winning sativa strain that’s 21 percent THC. And its name is fitting. Users report it has the power to make you feel happy and cause giggling, even when you’re feeling depressed.

It’s sought out by people dealing with:

  1. stress
  2. anxiety
  3. depression
  4. fatigue
  5. pain
  6. Along with feelings of happiness, it can also make you feel euphoric and energetic.

Hawaiian

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.

Feelings associated with this strain include:

  1. happiness
  2. creativity
  3. relaxation
  4. energy
  5. euphoria

Thai

Thai is a popular strain with 22 percent THC that’s associated with feeling uplifted and focused.

Users say it helps relieve:

  1. pain, including headaches
  2. stress
  3. depression symptoms
  4. Based on user reviews, this strain is reported to leave you feeling happy, energetic, and relaxed.

Silver Haze

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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:

  1. stress
  2. anxiety
  3. depression
  4. poor appetite
  5. pain

User reviews say it produces feelings of:

  1. happiness
  2. euphoria
  3. relaxation
  4. Memory Loss
    This one is technically a hybrid, but it’s still mostly sativa. The name is fitting, given that this strain is 26 to 31 percent THC. It’s fast acting and capable of producing some intense mental effects.

People use this strain mainly for:

  1. stress
  2. depression symptoms
  3. fatigue
  4. nausea

High-THC indica strains

Indica strains tend to have more CBD than THC, though this isn’t always the case. As a result, you won’t find as many pure indica strains with percentages of THC.

While sativa strains are said to produce more invigorating effects, indica strains are linked to relaxing effects that make them best for night-time use (or days where you don’t have a ton on your plate).

They’re typically recommended for folks dealing with:

  1. sleep issues
  2. pain
  3. nausea
  4. low appetite

Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush originated as a clone-only strain in Los Angeles. It’s 21 percent THC and associated with major relaxation and pain relief.

It has a tendency to put you to sleep, which may be why people often seek it out to treat insomnia.

It may also help with:

  1. stress
  2. anxiety
  3. depression

According to user reviews, you can expect to feel:

  1. relaxed
  2. sedated
  3. happy
  4. euphoric
  5. hungry

Triangle Kush

This strain has an average THC level of 23 percent. It seems to be a favorite with creative types and artists for boosting creativity.

People also seek it out to relieve:

  1. chronic pain
  2. stress
  3. depression symptoms

Users report feeling especially:

  1. creative
  2. euphoric
  3. chilled out after using it

High-THC hybrid strains

Hybrids are the result of crossbreeding sativa and indica strains, often resulting in what may be considered to be the best of both worlds.

The effects of specific hybrid strains depend on the ratio of indica to sativa, and combination of strains that make up the hybrid.

Death Star

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Death Star is an indica-dominant hybrid that comes in at 21 percent THC. Its effects are said to come on slowly at first. But eventually they lead to a powerful state of relaxation and euphoria.

Users attest to its ability to relieve:

  1. stress
  2. anxiety symptoms
  3. depression symptoms
  4. insomnia

Ghost OG

If you’re looking for a balance between mind and body effects, this indica-dominant strain may be the way to go.

It contains up to 23 percent THC and is sought out by people looking to manage:

  1. stress
  2. pain
  3. insomnia
  4. depression
  5. anxiety
  6. Users report that it produces a calming, sleepy effect.

GMO Cookies

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With up to 24 percent THC, this indica-dominant strain, sometimes called Garlic Gookies, has a sedative effect and can make you incredibly sleepy.

Medicinally speaking, it’s mainly used to relieve:

  1. chronic pain
  2. stress
  3. anxiety symptoms
  4. insomnia

White Tahoe Cookies

Another indica-dominant strain, this one offers 23 percent THC. Some dispensaries say the THC level can be as high as 30 percent.

People use it for:

  1. pain
  2. inflammation
  3. stress
  4. insomnia
  5. Word is, it has a mild aphrodisiac effect and can make you feel relaxed, euphoric, happy, and sleepy.

Banana OG

Yet another indica-dominant hybrid, Banana OG clocks in at 23 percent THC. It’s referred to as a “creeper” because using too much can leave you in a major stupor before surprising you with intense munchies and sleepiness.

People use it for:

  1. muscle pain
  2. poor appetite
  3. insomnia

Its other reported effects include:

  1. relaxation
  2. euphoria
  3. hunger

Lemon Kush

This is a 50/50 hybrid that averages around 22 percent THC.

People mostly use it for relaxation, feeling euphoric, and boosting appetite.

Other reported effects include:

  1. increased creativity
  2. happiness
  3. stress relief
  4. hunger

Gorilla Glue

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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.

The White

Coming in at around 23 percent THC, The White is a potent indica-dominant hybrid.

Many user reviews mention its ability to relieve:

  1. pain
  2. insomnia
  3. nausea
  4. stress
  5. depression symptoms

Its effects include:

  1. relaxation
  2. sedation
  3. feelings of euphoria and happiness

Bruce Banner

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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:

  1. stress
  2. depression symptoms
  3. pain

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