6 low-THC strains for chill smoke sessions


Though taxonomically indistinguishable, hemp and recreational cannabis exist on either side of a 0.03 THC percentage. Cannabis containing less than 0.03% THC is termed hemp, and anything with a greater THC percentage maintains the cannabis, weed, and pot terminology. And while low THC can, and often does, describe hemp, for our purposes, it refers to a cultivar with 15% THC or lower. High THC generally describes strains containing 25% THC or above, but cultivars with THC percentages higher than 30% prove that “high THC” cannabis is a bit of a moving goalpost. Just as there is a wide variety of low-dose products to suit a multitude of needs, there is an entire spectrum of cultivars bred to appeal to more than just the extra-strength THC-chasing faction of the cannabis community. In fact, strains with 10% THC or less represent some of the most thoughtfully cultivated phenotypes on shelves today.  Between the two poles of mail-order hemp and intoxicating dispensary strains exists a vast number of phenotypes. These phenotypes are bred to straddle the line between manageable intoxication and mild therapeutic efficacy, which is arguably just as appealing as the many other potential benefits of cannabis, such as mental stimulation and pain relief.  Eager newcomers, lower toleranced users, and even the cultured cannathusiast should consider reserving some stash box real estate for a few of these strains that are often — though  not exclusively — bred as low THC cultivars. Dre Hudson/Weedmaps In The Pines In The Pines is a hybrid of Pineapple Thai, Master Kush, and Pineapple genetics. And though it’s typically bred with a high CBD percentage, it still features a robust tableau of cannabinoids, including a relatively lower (5 – 7%) dose of THC to harmonize its (10 – 15%) CBD. Consumers celebrate this strain for its bright,…

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