Hottest Weed Strains Right Now

Not all weed is good weed.  No, there’s the good stuff and there are knock-offs.  You can plant the Cannabis in the best conditions possible, heck; you can even greenhouse the whole yard. But only specific marijuana strains can give you the best high.  Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC in short, is the holy grail that gives weed its edge.  THC is the element responsible for the high feeling.  We, of course, know of the undeniable reputation of California weed and OG Kush, but there are some other pretty dope players with THC strains so high, you shall regret why you never knew about them before.  This being 2019, you can expect the potency to be higher than ever before.  And you can count on the High There! team to enlighten you on the good stuff.  So here are the hottest weed strains right now.

  1. Nova OG

Coincidental or not, Nova OG lives up to its name. It is literally the OG (Original Gangster) of weed, with THC levels of up to 35.6%. You cannot argue with that strain. Most herbs give a strain of 28 – 30%. So, you can imagine 35.6% of THC going through your body. It’s a stoner’ s pot of gold! This herb was “invented” by cultivation company Manali West, which specializes in rare opioid herbs. Nova is a hybrid of two previous strain winners; Diesel Cross and Stardawg Guava.

  1. Pink Starburst

This strain clocks at 32.49% in THC levels. Again, Manali West is also responsible for this one. They did some crazy cross breeding between AJ Sour Diesel, Blueberry, and Headband. It looks like a flower of some sort, but you can be rest assured, at THC level of 32.49, the clouds ought to have a higher level than nine.

  1. Blissful Wizard

This wizard has THC levels of 28 to 34%. If you are lucky to get one with THC of 34%, well… you can almost imagine why it’s called “The Wizard”. Warning though, this one brings along crazy munchies, so have lots of snacks nearby.

  1. Chiquita Banana

Utopia Farms gave us this gift. The bud has tested THC levels of 33%. It’s been among the top five during previous Cannabis Awards. It’s a cross breed between Banana and OG Kush.

  1. Tutankhamun, aka King Tut

King Tut is popular due to its availability in most states. It clocks at THC level 30%. It’s not like other herbs though. It has such a unique fruity aroma that you would think it was cross bred in an orchard of flowers. This hot strain is also highly recommended for its medical benefits such as treating inflammations.

  1. Bruce Banner

“Bruce Banner” is popularly known as The Hulk. So we don’t have to emphasize on how strong this strain is. The bud has THC levels of 30%. It gives you an insane euphoric high, leaving you relaxed and chilled.

  1. Girl Scout Cookies

Arguably the most popular bud in the states. Girl scout cookies are a hybrid of OG Kush and Durban Poison. With 28% THC, you can be rest assured to get a totally trippy experience.

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