6 Most Popular Marijuana Strains in Vermont

If you follow cannabis trends in New England, you're no doubt curious about which marijuana strains are popular in Vermont. The Green Mountain State stands out as one of the most progressive states in the northeastern United States in regards to cannabis, even though right now only medical marijuana is legal. To give you an idea of which cannabis varieties are in-demand in throughout the state, here we touch on the six most popular marijuana strains in Vermont.

1. Zombie OG

One of the most asked-for cannabis strains in the Green Mountain State is Zombie OG, a heavy-hitting indica that relieves pain and induces physical relaxation and sleep. Zombie OG offers a pungent aroma and sweet, earthy flavors.

2. Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple is a legendary indica strain that's wildly popular in Vermont for treating a wide variety of ailments. The big, compact, purple-colored flowers of Granddaddy Purple offer the taste and aroma of sweet grapes and mixed berries and powerful psychoactive effects over both body and mind.

3. OG Kush

OG Kush is a staple in Vermont dispensaries, as the strain is sought out for its ability to relieve stress and the most painful headaches. There are several phenotypes of OG Kush, but the classic variety, which smells of sour citrus and tastes of earthy pine, is the most popular in the Green Mountain State.

4. Jack Herer

One of the most popular marijuana strains in Vermont is Jack Herer, a potent sativa-dominant variety named for the famous cannabis activist. The flowers of Jack Herer offer the earthy flavors of spices and fresh pine and a creative, clear-headed cerebral experience.

5. Trainwreck

Offering potent, fast-acting effects over body and mind, Trainwreck is one of the most asked-for marijuana hybrids in Vermont. Trainwreck tastes of fresh lemons and pine, and it offers relief from many conditions such as pain, arthritis, stress, and PTSD.

6. Headband

One of the most popular cannabis strains in Vermont is Headband, an earthy hybrid that offers a pungent diesel aroma and the earthy flavors of citrus and cream. Headband slowly induces long-lasting relaxation and pain relief.


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