Strawberry is a sativa dominant hybrid strain of unknown genetics due to breeder secrecy. Although its parentage and exact sativa to indica ratio are unknown, this bud is a favorite of breeders and has been rumored to have been used to create many other infamous strains, including the mysterious Strawberry Fields strain.
Nonetheless, this tasty bud is best known for its insanely delicious taste that has been said to be like eating a cup of freshly picked strawberries covered in sugar and whipped cream, but with a slightly earthy aftertaste. The aroma is just as mouthwatering, with a notable strawberry bouquet that has a slightly earthy effect when the bud is smoked.
Strawberry buds have medium to large lumpy and dense popcorn-shaped dark olive green nugs with light amber hairs and a thick layer of sticky sweet resin. The Strawberry high has a great combination of both indica and sativa effects that hits you with an uplifting cerebral head buzz that builds without any sense of paranoia or anxiety.
This is accompanied by a slowly building body buzz that offers complete relaxation and erases all of your physical pain. Due to these relatively mild effects, Strawberry is often used for treating chronic stress, pain, mild cases of depression, and chronic fatigue.
Afghani may be one of the most popular marijuana strains the world has ever seen. Tthis strain is certainly strong enough to deliver a deep, sedated body high with a strong shot of euphoria. CBD levels are low, considerably less than 1%.
A near-pure indica (sativa/indica ratio of 5:95), this strain was named got its name from its home country, where it grows in the Hindu Kush Mountains. This is close to the mountainous region where humans first tamed wild cannabis thousands of years ago. Afghani, also known as Afghan Kush, is a source of countless hybrid strains around the world, many of them very popular.
Best used to treat chronic pain and anxiety, this strain is also good for insomnia due to its heavy indica genes. Afghani has a pungent, earthy smell and taste, with a sweet flavor. The high is deeply relaxed, with strong euphoria and a mood boost. It’s best used late at night, since it can easily induce sleep. Afghani is most popular on the West Coast, in Colorado, and in British Columbia.