If you'll be spending time in America's Capital City, you may be wondering which marijuana strains are popular in Washington D.C. Like throughout the rest of the United States, cannabis varieties like Blue Dream and White Widow are top-sellers in D.C. dispensaries, but there are some strains that are particularly in-demand throughout the District. To help give you some insight into what types of cannabis are hot in the DMV, here we put a spotlight on six of the most popular marijuana strains in Washington D.C. - do your best to try them all!
AK-47 an award-winning, world-famous sativa-dominant blend that's wildly popular in Washington D.C. Potent and pungent, the resinous flowers of AK-47 offer a sour, skunky aroma and taste of fresh wood and flowers, and they provide long-lasting relief from pain and anxiety.
2. Bubba Kush
One of the most popular marijuana strains in Washington D.C. is Bubba Kush, a potent indica that produces big, chunky, colorful flowers. Bubba Kush is known for its sedative and stress-relieving effects over both body and mind, and the smoke has a sweet taste with a mix of earthy flavors.
Gelato (also known as "Larry Bird") is a resinous hybrid that's found a fan-base in D.C. cannabis enthusiasts and patients alike. The pungent, purple-colored flowers of Gelato offer a sweet flavor and sugary aroma, as well as powerful stimulating effects over the mind and relaxation over the body.
Clementine is popular in Washington D.C. for its sweet citrus flavor that smells like a mix of oranges, tangerines, and lemons. Clementine is a potent sativa hybrid that's a go-to for extract technicians to make concentrates.
5. Obama Kush
One of the most popular cannabis strains in Washington D.C. is Obama Kush, a memorable indica blend that produces colorful, crystal-coated flowers. The smoke of Obama Kush has a sweet, earthy flavor and offers a stimulating, euphoric cerebral experience.
6. Platinum Girl Scout Cookies
The Platinum Girl Scout Cookies cannabis strain is a spicy smelling, sweet tasting blend with an unknown parent plant. It's a popular variety throughout D.C., as it offers relief from both physical pain and mental stress.