Exotic Strains 

Cannabis Exotic Strains 

Exotic strains are among some of the most sought-after and highly valued cannabis plants. These plants go through many years of genetic breeding and selection, each generation producing a more desirable plant than the last until finally reaching the pinnacle of growing perfection. Exotic strains are typically hybrid strains but can also be pure varieties with mixed genetics. The aim for those who grow these plants is to create something completely new, with amazing yields and virtually zero chance of any pests, mold or fungi getting a foothold on the crop.

Cannabis is an extraordinary plant that’s valuable in several ways. Cannabis strains are cultivated to develop a specific type of marijuana, which can vary greatly depending on the environment and the way it’s cultivated. Here we bring you 10 exotic cannabis strains where your imagination can run wild.

Top 10 Exotic Weed Strains

Fruity Pebbles

Topping the list of fruity strains is Fruity Pebbles. With its fruity taste and smell, it’s no wonder that this strain has become a fan favorite since it was released. This hybrid strain is known for its calming effects on patients suffering from stress and anxiety, as well as pain. The high THC content of this plant helps those who suffer from chronic pain or migraines experience relief without feeling groggy or lethargic after smoking.

Strawberry Banana

Strawberry Banana is a hybrid strain that’s been cultivated by crossing Strawberry Cough with Banana Kush. It takes on many of the characteristics of both strains, resulting in a sweet and fruity smell and taste. The THC content of this strain ranges from 15% to 20%, making it perfect for anyone who wants to relax without getting too high. However, if you happen to be looking for something with more energy or focus than just relaxation, then you might want to give another strain a try instead.

As an Indica dominant cannabis hybrid (60:40 Sativa/Indica), Strawberry Banana provides relaxation without any hint of paranoia or anxiety—just pure calmness! Its CBD level falls somewhere around 1%, so there isn’t much chance of feeling sleepy after consuming it either. This makes this particular product ideal for new users who are trying out cannabis products for the first time since they won’t have any adverse reactions such as sleepiness or anxiety when using this particular strain; however experienced users may find themselves struggling with finding something else that suits their needs better because there aren’t many other benefits aside from those listed above.”

Lemon Skunk

Lemon Skunk is a sativa dominant hybrid that is a cross between Skunk #1 and Lemon Joy. It has an aroma of lemon, citrus, pine and earth. The taste is of lemons with undertones of skunkiness. Lemon Skunk has THC levels of 16% with CBD content at 0.8%.

Mango Kush

Mango Kush is a hybrid strain of cannabis that was created by combining two strains from the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan. This strain is a cross between Hindu Kush and Master Kush, which are both sativa-dominant strains. Durban Poison is also said to have played a part in Mango Kush’s creation.

The flowers of this plant are light green with orange hairs and very sticky resin glands that produce a strong aroma similar to mangoes or kush (the name for marijuana grown in the Hindu Kush mountain range). The smell of it will remind you of fruits while it has more of an earthy taste with sweet undertones like any other indica strain.

Purple Punch

Purple Punch is a hybrid strain that contains 15% THC and produces an uplifting head high. This strain has a sweet flavor, with notes of grape and berry. Purple Punch offers some pain relief without overwhelming sedation, making it a good choice for patients with anxiety or depression who also need to relieve chronic aches and pains.

GSC (Girl Scout Cookies)

GSC is a hybrid strain (possessing both indica and sativa properties). It is the result of a cross between Durban Poison and OG Kush, resulting in its complex yet potent effects. The sweet smell and taste of GSC means it’s an excellent choice for newbies looking to get started with cannabis. This strain can help with pain relief, stress, and insomnia among other medical conditions.

Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie is a hybrid strain that has a sweet and sour taste, with an aroma of cherry pie. It can be used during the day as well as in the evening hours. It’s good for pain relief and depression but not so much for anxiety or ADD/ADHD symptoms. If you’re looking for something to help with nausea and vomiting, this may be the strain for you.

Cookies and Cream

Cookies and Cream is a hybrid strain that’s named after, well, cookies and cream. It’s also known as C&C, Cookies and Cookies, or just plain Cookies. This sweet strain is a cross between Girl Scout Cookies and Durban Poison.

G.S.C. x Durban Poison F1 (GDP)

This hybrid strain of marijuana is the result of mixing GSC, an indica-dominant hybrid strain with a sweet and earthy flavor profile, and Durban Poison, an indica that’s known for its intense body high. GDP has the potential to be slightly less sedating than its parent strains—it can have some euphoric effects without making you feel too sleepy or couch-locked.

Bubblegum Kush

Bubblegum Kush is a hybrid strain that is a cross between Bubble Gum and OG Kush. It has a sweet, fruity aroma with notes of berries and pine. The buds have purple hues with amber hairs, giving this strain its name.

Bubblegum Kush is known for its quick-acting effects that make you feel happy and relaxed when you smoke it. This indica-dominant hybrid can also help treat chronic pain, depression, nausea and more!

Conclusion

These are just a few of the exotic cannabis strains that you can try. There are plenty more to explore, so get out there and find one or two that spark your interest. You never know when you might discover a new favorite!

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