What is “loud” weed?


Cannabis lingo can sometimes be overwhelming and puzzling, especially for novice consumers. Strains in particular carry their fair share of confusion, in part because of their monikers, such as WTF strain names like Meat Breath and Alien Asshat, that offer no clues to their effects or what to expect from the experience. Add one more term to your weed lexicon, one that is both strain name and adjective: Loud.  What exactly is “loud,” and how is the term being used in cannabis land? Let’s dig in.  The origins of loud and the strains named after it There are varying levels of cannabis quality that can affect aroma, taste, efficacy, and cost. At the bottom rung of the ladder are “reggies” — also known as brick weed. This type of weed is defined by its dull green or brown coloring, and may contain stems and seeds. Think of it as cannabis amateur hour, something you’d expect to find at a college party in the 90s. Next are “beasters,” or middle-of the road cannabis that comes from Canada. Beasters should have fewer seeds and stems than brick weed, as well as a smoother toke and better taste. They are also more potent with a THC percentage that can range from 15 – 20 percent.  After beasters is our word of the day: loud. Rumored to have emerged from Atlanta, if you or someone else refers to cannabis as “loud” it is to describe a powerfully aromatic, pungent, high quality, potent, and cerebral experience.  The word loud also encompasses three strain names: Loud, Loud Dream, and Loud Scout.  Loud is described as a balanced hybrid that may produce giggly, sleepy, or talkative effects and smells like citrus, pineapple, and skunk, with an herby taste reminiscent of eucalyptus and tropical fruit. Loud Scout is an indica-heavy hybrid from…

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