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“Think of it as a home stereo system,” said Jikomes. “You’ve got one dial for the bass, and one dial for the treble, and one for the volume, etc. Every dial is always tuned to something, and you’re just tuning them to different ratios.”

Blue Dream is another legendary hybrid that people love for its relaxing qualities, morale-boosting euphoria, and overall feel-good high that brings a smile to your face. It’s a cross of Blueberry and Haze that produces a sweet, berry, terpene profile that’s dominant in myrcene, pinene, and caryophyllene.

Uplifted: Sour Diesel

Other euphoric stains include GSC and Wedding Cake.

Ask a scientist how many different ways cannabis can make you feel and they’ll tell you an infinite amount. But what about cannabis makes you feel any of these?

Other energizing strains include: Jack Herer and Durban Poison.

Alibi Farms’ Durban gives Oregonians some juice. (Courtesy Alibi Farms)

Terpinolene-rich girl: A Golden State Lava Flower. (Courtesy A Golden State)

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Alibi Cannabis in Oregon electrifies with its classic “fruity with hints of guava” Durban Poison. In Illinois, brand RYTHM rocks a super clean White Durban.

For classic flavor, shop fun, citrusy Tangies and family. If it’s the future you want to puff, seek Zkittlez crosses. DNA Genetics debuts Ztrawberriez (Strawberry x Zkittlez) in Arizona.

Much respect to classic, widely available pot Strawberry Cough and Super Lemon Haze. Dig something more modern? Phat Panda’s Pineapple Mintz in Washington crosses Golden Pineapple to Kush Mintz.

When your eyes take one look at Wedding Cake, it’ll be love at first sight. Seed Junky Genetics’ “Jbeezy” joined Wedding Cake in holy matrimony by crossing Triangle Kush and Animal Mints.

Maui Wowie is so old that the genetics have changed over time, and some testing has reported THC levels of up to 20%.

Blue Cheese

Consistently crushing through the 24% THC range, wedding cake is a strong strain, to put it lightly. Its complex terpene profile of limonene, humulene, and caryophyllene gives the strain its trademark aroma.

The breeders at Cookies believe in making connoisseur grade weed for true aficionados. They don’t focus only on strength, but on taste, appearance, and smell as well.

Blue Cheese is a strain so pungent and so delicious it could be served up in a Michelin-rated restaurant. Coming from the UK, Blue Cheese was first bred by Buddha Seeds by crossing Blueberry and Exodus Cheese.