Most Popular Heavy Hitting Cannabis Strains

by greenrush

Some users medicate to tease out feelings of stress. Others medicate to get a sound night’s sleep. And some users just want to be turned to mush. Therefore, without further ado, here’s three of the most popular and strongest cannabis strains that have been satisfying the latter for years. Tried, test and tantalisingly potent, these are three popular heavy-hitting strains you have to try.

The Most Popular and Strongest Cannabis Strains

Grandaddy Purple

Grandaddy Purple is the grandaddy on any list looking at the strongest cannabis strains. And it’s purple. Known more commonly as GDP, this one should need no introduction: It’s always present in lists breaking down the most popular weed strains in California, and we are proud to stock it on our menu here at Bay City Cannabis.

A delightfully dank indica, GDP is a cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud, and embodies the best these strains have to offer. It provides patients with a deeply euphoric, cerebral high that’s only matched by its effect on every limb you own. Its buds are oversized and compact and coated in some of the sweetest smelling terpenes on the market.

Like one helluva dysfunctional family, the Grandaddy teases out any feelings of stress from the tips of your fingers to the tips of your toes, and tucks you in tightly for a sound night’s sleep. It should come as no surprise, then, that Grandaddy Purple is a mighty strain for treating pain and for combatting lingering insomnia.


Purple Urkle

Purple Urkle is the grand daddy of the Grandaddy; it’s considered to be one of the strains that gave birth to Grandaddy Purple. Whether this is true, or whether GDP is one of the strains that was cross-bred into the first Purple Urkle plant is not that important. Who cares which is the chicken and which is the egg? What is important is Purple Urkle itself: A mighty, daringly dank indica that will put even the most discerning cannabis smoker to sleep after just a few inhalations.

Its experience is as pleasant as its effect, delivering a crisp, refreshing taste of berry, grape and a fine serving of skunk. Perfect for sufferers of insomnia, Purple Urkle is a mighty muscle relaxant and patients praise it for its uplifting, euphoric effect.

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Gorilla Glue #4

Gorilla Glue #4 is a relative newcomer to any list looking at the strongest cannabis strains. A perfect product of renowned Colorado growers, GG Strains, GG#4 has quickly proven itself to be a strain worth paying attention to: It took podium finishes in the Amsterdam Cup, the Colorado Cannabis Cup and the 2015 World Cannabis Cup, as well as winning first place at the 2014 Cannabis Cup Los Angeles, and the High Times Jamaican World Cup.

Gorilla Glue #4 is a smooth hybrid that delivers a crystal clear cerebral high. Its potency makes it the perfect strain for sufferers of insomnia, stress and pain, while its dank buds coated in a thick terpene jacket make it famous for being some seriously sticky icky. Ooh wee!


OG Kush

Step aside Tupac, there’s only one true Californian OG: OG Kush. OG Kush is a renowned strain straight out of the Golden State, which is about as much as we can say about its back story - nobody really knows where it comes from. What we do know, however, is that OG Kush is a well-loved, danky indica. And it packs a punch that would make even Tupac rethink his Ghetto Gospel. OG Kush is the perfect night time strain, and has been praised for its ability to work out any stress, reduce feelings of pain and help sufferers of depression.

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cannabis news of the month September 2016