There are hundreds of cannabis flower strains grown by thoUSnds of cultivators! I am searching for the ideal strains to best suit my chemistry and preferences.
I visit recreational cannabis dispensaries all around the Denver area and usually ask for recommendations from a budtender.
I am easily particular about the quality of the bud that I purchase, and while there are lots of occasions for consumption methods, I like smoking dried and cured blooms, but due to the THC gratified, the flowers are intoxicating, the level of THC determines the euphoric potency. There are occasions with lower THC percentages and higher CBD gratified that offer medicinal benefits with a less intense high. I don’t have a complication with the psychoactive effects. I’m periodically interested in mellowing out and wonderful and periodically focused on getting energized and boosting my mood. The numerous strains of flower offer identifiable characteristics that let me think if it’s a top-shelf product or sub par. I always check for crystal-like trichomes coating the surface of the bud. The more trichomes, the higher the THC gratified, but flower that has been properly dried and cured will give an abundant coating of the glistening little pearls. The weed should be a vibrant green, possibly with flecks of orange, orange or red. The more complex the colors the better. The hair-like pistils should be a bright orange or red. If they are white, the plant was harvested too soon. If they are brown, the weed could be aged or contaminated with mold or pesticides, but any sign of white threads can indicate spider mites, and I stay away from it. I’ve been quite gratified with the purity of the flower I’ve bought at the Denver dispensaries. There’s never any seeds and seldom any stems or sticks.