8 Weed Strains For Hiking

This article was originally published on Weedmaps News, and appears here with permission.

Is it just me, or does the time feel exceedingly right to disappear into the woods for a few hours and get astronomically high? 

The howling winds of uncertainty have all but blown 2020 to smithereens. It's enough to make a person need reminding of how fleshy and insignificant their timelines are when compared to an endless forest or a mid-city wetland. Which is to say, losing one's self in nature is a singular form of self-care. And since we are unequivocally in the era of self-care, let's take a few deep breaths, strap on our fanny packs and face masks, and get hiking with these eight exhilarating and mollifying strains.

Remember, your endocannabinoid system is like your fingerprint, totally unique to you. Keep in mind that the effects described below may not line up across the board, and each person's experience is theirs alone. 

Golden Pineapple

Golden Pineapple is gently energetic and relaxing at lower doses, making it an agreeable complement to a low-impact, meditative stroll. At higher doses, it becomes psychotropic and effervescent, which is an exceptional way to evolve a meditative stroll into an intense birdwatching session.

Golden Pineapple's parents are Golden Goat and Pineapple Kush, so expect a funky fruit profile with savory herbal undertones and dense, sugar-dusted flowers.  Either low-dose or high, the strain is a lovely accompaniment to both the outdoors and mild physical activity. 

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Clementine

Clementine has a reputation for being borderline frenetic before coming into focus. Those two disparate effects come together exquisitely while navigating the wild outdoors — or your closest city park, whatever works.  

Parented by classic sativa strains, Lemon Skunk and Tangie, Clementine takes after Lemon Skunk in terms of flavor profile and rubbery energy, but the distilled head high is boldly reminiscent of Tangie. Tangie flowers sparkle with fiery stigmas and sugary …

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