With marijuana becoming legal in more and more places, there’s definitely tons of new people trying cannabis for the first time. But first time users may not know what strains or products are best for them. Luckily we’re here to help.
Here are eight marijuana strains best for first-time users:
Harlequin’s a good high CBD, low THC strain that will make a first time user feel the nice buzz of cannabis without getting super-duper high and freaking out. It’s basically a starter strain.
Despite the fact that it’s named after the clown from It that preys upon a person’s fears, Pennywise is another high CBD strain that won’t pack too much of a punch for a first time user. Although we’d still suggest not watching It the first time you smoke.
3. Laughing Buddha
Laughing Buddha is probably the strain that will deliver the most pleasant marijuana experience. It literally just makes people laugh constantly. It’s a little higher in THC, but you won’t mind when you’re giggling at literally nothing.
Permafrost is a strain that not only leads to relaxation, but also to increased focus. It will help first-time users realize that using marijuana is not like taking LSD or acid.
5. Sour Tsunami
Sour Tsunami is another high CBD strain that doesn’t really make users feel high. It basically just puts you into a stress free mood, which is the main reason people use cannabis in the first place.
As the name suggests, the Cannatonic strain will put users in a super relaxed and sleepy mood and not make them want to do anything. It’s also not super high in THC, so you don’t have to worry about having a low tolerance.
7. Aliens on Moonshine
While the name suggests this strain is “out-of-this-world,” it’s actually a very mild strain that’s very, very high in CBD. Sometimes almost a 5 to 1 CBD to THC ratio. Although this strain dos have a slight diesel taste that may turn some people off.
8. White Widow
There’s a reason the White Widow strain is popular in The Netherlands and the United States. It’s a not-too-powerful strain that helps people relax. What’s not to like?