50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 11%
Cat piss, and no, we’re not talking about actual cat piss, is a Sativa dominant strain that is good at delivering quality cerebral highs. It isn’t a heavy hitter, having only around 11% THC content, but it does a good enough job regardless of that. Despite its unfortunate name, it has a pleasant taste, a mix between sweet and sour, and having some spiciness. The aroma is creatively described as being peppery, skunky, and slightly ammonia. Cat Piss has a nice effect upon smoking, leaving you feeling euphoric, creative, happy, and upbeat. Medically it is used to treat stress and anxiety, and to a lesser degree, pain, nausea, and depression. Dry mouth and eyes are the most common side effects, with some people feeling paranoid, dizzy and having a headache after smoking it. The nugs are a solid light green color straight through. When all is said and done, after smoking this you will feel nice and high, and have the opportunity to tell someone you smoked Cat Piss, and not the liquid version.
Strain Name: Durban Poison
Grade: High Grade, organic
Type: Pure Sativa, Land race
Looks: Somewhat fluffy, large trichomes
Taste: Light/medium smoke
Effects: Very euphoric effect in the beginning. Started to wear off after a long time, still felt high 2 hours later. Didn’t leave me groggy after it wore off, and I actually felt very creative. Definitely a smoke a go kind of strain.
50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 19% – 22%
Think of Tangie as a variation on a theme. It’s basically a reworking of Tangerine Dream, but with different genetics. Tangie is a cross of California Orange, an even sativa/indica hybrid, and a Skunk strain, while Tangerine Dream is a combo of A5 and the legendary G-13. Though they don’t share many genes, the two Tangerines share a strong, sweet flavor reminiscent of tangerines and other citrus fruits. Tangie is sativa-heavy, and though the exact ratio of sativa to indica is unclear, it’s probably at least 70:30. That means an uplifting cerebral high with enhanced creativity and euphoria, plus a focused boost of happiness. It’s good for treating several disorders, though specifics are hard to come by: nausea, anxiety, lack of appetite, and depression. The only widely reported problems are bloodshot eyes and dry mouth, so this may be a good choice for patients sensitive to side effects. Maximum THC levels of more than 22% make this a potent choice for patients who have been smoking marijuana for some time; it may be overpowering for first-timers. Look for Tangie in Colorado and Arizona, and on the West Coast.
Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 24%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%
If this happy strain evokes images of childhood board games, it’s no accident. It’s mostly sativa, a crossbreed of Granddaddy Purps and Platinum Cookies. Those genes make for an upbeat, stimulating high that spurs creativity and provides energy for daytime tasks. Euphoria is the prominent effect when smoking Candyland, with a strong mood boost and some relaxation. The exact sativa-to-indica ratio of this strain is unclear, but it contains as much as 19% THC, making it a fairly powerful choice. CBD levels are lower but could still be useful in treating seizures and other conditions. Candyland as a strong sweet flavor and smell, with an earthy, spicy undertone. Its appearance is compact and camouflage-colored, with flecks of gold and shimmering trichomes. It’s an ideal strain for treating anxiety and depression, along with bipolar disorder, chronic pain, and ADHD. Dry mouth is a distinct possibility, as are dry eyes and dizziness, while paranoia is less likely. Best for daytime activities, Candyland is a sweet treat any time of day.