Titanic is an indica dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the classic White Fire X Tres Stardawg strains. With its heavy 22% average THC level and stoney effects, get ready to go down with Titanic! The Titanic high hits you almost immediately with a rush of euphoria that launches you into a state of pure happiness that’s very hazy. You’ll be unfocused as your mind falls deeper and deeper into hazy introspection, which can leave you spacey and distant. Your body will soon begin to settle into a state of relaxation, an effect that can be slightly sedative at times, especially if you take a few hits at once. Thanks to these hard-hitting effects and its fairly high THC level, Titanic is often chosen to treat patients suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, depression, nausea, chronic stress, glaucoma or eye pressure, and migraines ore headaches. This bud has a spicy fruity herbal flavor and an earthy aroma to match. Titanic buds have super thick and dense forest green nugs with long amber hairs, tiny crystal trichomes, and a sticky coating of syrupy sweet resin.
Also known as Thai Stick or Thailand. The term “Thai” refers less to a specific strain than it does to a group of strains descending from a sativa landrace in Thailand. Thai strains are pure sativa, with a 100:0 sativa/indica ratio and a typically potent cerebral high that adds pep to a busy day. Also known as “Thai Sticks” because Thai marijuana farmers traditionally lash harvested buds into sticks for drying. The original Thai strains have given rise to a host of popular hybrids, including Haze, Voodoo, and Juicy Fruit. The head high is focused and energizing, powerful but calming, with strong euphoria and clear-headed effects. It’s an upbeat strain, good for combatting fatigue, ADHD, and anxiety. Thai has a distinct lemon scent and flavor, with additional notes of wood and spice present in the aroma. The THC levels vary by location, breeder, and crop, but they can top 23% in some plants. CBD levels, on the other hand, are very low, typical for a sativa. There are few reports of negative effects, though dry mouth is always possible. Thai is most popular in the Pacific Northwest, and can also be found in California. Elsewhere, like most pure strains, it’s scarce.
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