6 Most Popular Marijuana Strains in New Hampshire

As more New England states relax their marijuana laws, you may be curious about which marijuana strains are particularly popular in New Hampshire. At this time, only medical marijuana is legal in the the Granite State, and it's only available to New Jersey residents with a valid MM card. To give you an idea of which strains are often asked for in the White Mountain State, here we touch on six of the most popular marijuana strains in New Hampshire.

1. Trainwreck

The earthy aroma and flavor of fresh lemons and pine are only part of what makes Trainwreck so well-loved in New Hampshire. This sativa-dominant hybrid offers powerful effects that come on abruptly over both body and mind, which makes Trainwreck a popular choice for treating pain, anxiety, and other ailments.

2. Gorilla Glue #4

One of the most asked-for strains of marijuana in New Hampshire dispensaries is Gorilla Glue #4, a powerful hybrid known for inducing strong feelings of relaxation and euphoria. The flowers of Gorilla Glue #4 are known for being large and covered with crystalline resin, and the smoke tastes of spicy pine.

3. Bubba Kush

The famous strain known as Bubba Kush is one of the most popular varieties of marijuana in New Hampshire. It's a big, chunky, and colorful indica known for its sweet flavor and ability to quickly induce a heavy sedation over the body and relieve stress.

4. Jack Herer

The sativa-dominant marijuana strain named after Jack Herer (the famous cannabis activist) is very popular in New Hampshire. Jack Herer offers earthy flavors of wood, spices, and pine, and the effects are very cerebral, ranging from blissful euphoria to clear-headed sparks of creativity.

5. Critical Mass CBD

Given the legal standing of cannabis in New Hampshire, it's no surprise that one of the most popular strains of marijuana in the state is a high-CBD variety: Critical Mass CBD. This specially-bred (by Dinafem Seeds) offers an earthy flavor of menthol and is used to treat pain, insomnia, depression, and anorexia.

6. Tangie

A popular marijuana strain in New Hampshire is Tangie, which tastes of sweet tangerines, oranges, and other citrus fruit. Tangie is known for providing a happy, relaxing experience.


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