7 Best Marijuana Strains to Help Cope With the Ending of 'Avengers: Infinity War’

Avengers: Infinity War is currently blowing up at the box office, and even if you haven’t seen the movie, you’re probably aware that it doesn’t exactly have a “happily ever after” ending. For many moviegoers, the ending probably came as quite a shock.

If that was the case for you, here are seven marijuana strains that will help get your mind off the ending.

Also this list originally had 14 entries, but we had to cut it in half for obvious reasons:

1. Captain America OG

An aptly named cannabis strain, Captain America OG is known for producing euphoria and giving an uplifting boost, which may be necessary after watching Infinity War.

2. Incredible Hulk

No, the Incredible Hulk strain will not give you increased physical strength or produce violent tendencies. Instead, it’s also known for its euphoric and uplifting properties. It’s also a hybrid strain descended from Green Crack, so it will give you an energy boost as well.

3. Green Lantern

Yes, Green Lantern isn’t a Marvel superhero. But, the Green Lantern strain is known for producing good moods and giving a relaxed body buzz. That could be important after watching Infinity War.

4. Harlequin

Harlequin is a great strain for producing euphoria and happy feelings in users. But it also has a 1:1 THC to CBD ratio, so it’s not too potent and cause you to lose your mind.

5. Jack Herer

Jack Herer is a strain that’s renowned for its ability to improve a users mood. And on top of that, it’s also known for boosting focus and creativity, in case you want to write some fan fiction of Infinity War with a happier ending.

6. Pineapple Express

If you’re looking to watch a movie after Infinity War that’s more upbeat, Pineapple Express is an excellent choice. And the strain that shares its name with the movie will also help boost your mood as well.

7. Blackberry Kush

Maybe you’re lying in bed unable to sleep at night thinking about the ending of the movie. Well, that’s when it’s time to pull out the Blackberry Kush. This strain is one of the best for helping people fall asleep.


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