6 Most Popular Marijuana Strains in Rhode Island

If you're trying to stay on top of which cannabis strains are hip in different areas around the country, you're no doubt wondering which strains are most popular marijuana in Rhode Island are. Medical marijuana (MM) has been legal since in Rhode Island since 2006, but recreational use is not yet allowed. To give you an idea of what cannabis varieties are in-demand in the Ocean State, here we highlight six of the most popular marijuana strains in Rhode Island.

1. Super Lemon Haze

Super Lemon Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid that has the distinct aroma of zesty citrus, particularly lemons, and a mix of sweet and tart flavors you won't soon forget. Super Lemon Haze offers a stimulating, energetic experience, so it's a popular daytime choice.

2. Bruce Banner

One of the most popular strains of marijuana in Rhode Island is Bruce Banner, a pungent hybrid that has tastes of earthy diesel fuel. Bruce Banner is powerful, and it offers a relaxing, uplifting, and stress-free experience that comes on quickly and lasts for quite a while.

3. Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4)

Pungent, and potent, Gorilla Glue #4 (GG4) is an in-demand strain throughout Rhode Island that smells of sour earth and tastes of pine. The flowers of GG4 are big, crystal-covered specimens that offer an uplifting, relaxing experience.

4. Banana OG

Banana OG is an earthy, indica-dominant hybrid that smells and tastes of sweet, ripe bananas. Banana OG is particularly powerful, consistently testing above 25% % THC, so while it's a popular choice for treating a wide variety of ailments, including insomnia, pain, and appetite loss, it's a strain best left to those with experience with cannabis. 

5. Chocolope

One of the most popular strains of marijuana in Rhode Island is Chocolope, an earthy sativa variety that has the aroma and flavor of chocolate and coffee. Chocolope provides a dreamy, euphoric experience that's a popular choice for dispelling stress or depression.

6. Cookie Monster

A common choice for achieving a state of heavy relaxation or sedation is Cookie Monster, an indica-dominant hybrid that smells and tastes of sweet, earthy tea. The flowers of Cookie Monster are typically dense, covered in trichomes, and feature colorful orange and purple “hairs” all over.


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