If you spend time in the Garden State, you may be wondering which marijuana strains are popular in New Jersey even though only medical marijuana (MM) is legal at this time. Since 2010, only state residents with a MM card have been able to use cannabis legally, and there are several strains that are particularly in-demand in dispensaries throughout the Switzerland of America. Here we talk about six of the most popular strains of marijuana in New Jersey.
1. Girl Scout Cookies
Girl Scout Cookies is a popular, pungent, and powerful hybrid known to effectively treat a variety of conditions, ranging from appetite loss and nausea to chronic body pain. Girl Scout Cookies smells and tastes of sweet earth and offers a relaxing, euphoric experience.
2. OG Kush
One of New Jersey's most popular strains of marijuana is OG Kush, a world-famous hybrid that offers an earthy aroma and sour flavors of lemons and pine. OG Kush is often sought out for relief from painful migraines and stress or anxiety disorders.
Known for its high Cannabidiol (CBD) content, Harlequin is a favorite among New Jersey MM patients for its ability to induce an alert, clear-headed experience and relieve pain without inducing a heavy sedation. Harlequin offers an earthy aroma and a mix of sweet and musky flavors.
4. Grape God
Grape God is a popular hybrid in New Jersey dispensaries sought out for its ability to relieve stress, relax the body, and elevate moods. It's a powerful indica-dominant blend that smells and tastes of grapefruit and grapes.
5. Purple Urkle
One of the most in-demand strains of cannabis in the Garden State is Purple Urkle, a potent indica that has a skunky smell and tastes of sweet grapes and berries. Purple Urkle is a popular choice for patients seeking fast relief from pain or insomnia.
6. Death Star
Death Star is a potent strain that offers a good balance of indica and sativa effects, making it a popular choice among New Jersey patients for a range of symptoms. Death Star smells of pungent diesel fuel and offers a memorable mix of sweet and skunky flavors.