WIth daylight savings time, it seems some leave for work in the dark and return home in the dark. According to a recent American Psychiatric Association survey, two-thirds of adults said they noticed at least one behavioral change from sleeping more, to feeling fatigued or depressed. It also discovered women are nearly twice as likely as men to say their mental health has been negatively affected by the fall time change. To help combat the change, here are the best marijuana strains for dark winter days.
This heady sativa provides a boost of energy just like a freshly-squeezed glass of orange juice. You’ll get a citrusy aroma from this punchy lady. Get a good look at her orange hair and crystalline trichomes before savoring her sweet-smelling smoke.
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Purple Tangie is descended from the famous Tangie genetics that started in Amsterdam and have since have taken the lead in much of the legal weed market. It’s easy to see, smell and taste why—when you light up this flavorful flower, you’ll feel invigorated, creative… maybe even euphoric! Ask your budtender for strains in the Tangie family, and taste them side by side.
This pure sativa possesses a refreshing piney aroma in conjunction with an oh-so-sweet floral flavor. She can be elusive, but if you can get your hands on this landrace (meaning a traditional variety) cannabis, you’ll be shooting for the stars.
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The sweet blueberry aroma of this hybrid flower makes it a perfect morning time smoke. Pair it with an espresso to start your day off right. Blue Dream is great for hiking, biking, or relaxing in a sunny nook with a really great book. A favorite of many cannabis connoisseurs.
A true American strain, the Golden Goat is said to be descended from a Hawaiian father, and was raised in Kansas. Its fruity, tropical flavor and spicy scent, paired with its powerful, uplifting effect, will have you bouncing around like a happy goat on a rocky mountainside.
Hopefully these best marijuana strains for dark winter days will put more light in your day.