Whether you're spending time in the Pine Tree State as a first-time visitor or lifelong resident, you might be wondering which marijuana strains are popular in Maine. National top-sellers such as Gorilla Glue and Girl Scout Cookies are found in all the state-licensed dispensaries, but there are other cannabis varieties that are particularly popular in Maine as well. Here we tell you a bit about the six most popular marijuana strains in Maine; try to try them all!
Maine is famous for its wild blueberries, so it's no surprise that the colorful cannabis strain named after the tasty fruit is one of the most popular in the Pine Tree State. Blueberry is a potent indica known for its ability to relieve pain and anxiety.
2. Blue Dream
Blue Dream, a sweet-smelling strain that tastes of fresh berries, is just as popular in Maine as it is on America's West Coast. It's a sativa-dominant hybrid that offers a stimulating cerebral experience and calming effects over the body.
3. Sour Diesel
Pungent, tasty, and fast-acting, Sour Diesel is one of the most asked-for marijuana strains in Maine. Also known as Sour D, this sativa-dominant variety stimulates and uplifts the mind while relaxing the body.
4. Yoda OG
One of the most popular cannabis strains in Maine is Yoda OG (or Yoda Kush), an indica-dominant strain with a skunky, citrus smell and an earthy, woody flavor. The big, light-green flowers are known to have powerful sedative properties and offer a euphoric cerebral experience.
Chocolope is a potent sativa that produces particularly large flowers and is one of the most requested strains of cannabis in Maine. It offers an intense mix of flavors, ranging from earthy coffee to sweet fruit, as well as a stimulating, euphoric cerebral experience.
With the taste and smell sweet tangerines, oranges, and other citrus, Tangie is one of the most popular marijuana varieties in Maine. Tangie is a potent sativa that offers an energetic, clear-headed cerebral experience as well as high levels of the terpene Humulene, which is desirable for its appetite suppressing properties.