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Product Type

Flower
Flower is typically ground up and then smoked out of a joint, pipe, or bong. Flower can also be vaporized with a dry herb vaporizer.
Concentrate
Concentrates are potent cannabis extracts. Popular concentrates include hash, shatter, wax, rosin, BHO, and C02 oil. Some concentrates come pre-loaded into disposable vape cartridges.
Edible
Edibles refer to any food or beverage that’s infused with cannabis.
Topicals
Topicals are cannabis-infused creams, lotions, and balms that are absorbed through the skin for localized effects.
Preroll
Pre-Rolls are pre-rolled joints that contain ground cannabis flower. Sometimes, they can also include forms of concentrate like kief, hash, or oil.
What's the difference?
Product Type
Flower
Flower is typically ground up and then smoked out of a joint, pipe, or bong. Flower can also be vaporized with a dry herb vaporizer.
Concentrate
Concentrates are potent cannabis extracts. Popular concentrates include hash, shatter, wax, rosin, BHO, and C02 oil. Some concentrates come pre-loaded into disposable vape cartridges.
Edible
Edibles refer to any food or beverage that’s infused with cannabis.
Topicals
Topicals are cannabis-infused creams, lotions, and balms that are absorbed through the skin for localized effects.
Preroll
Pre-Rolls are pre-rolled joints that contain ground cannabis flower. Sometimes, they can also include forms of concentrate like kief, hash, or oil.

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What are these?

Strain Collections

Strain collections are curated by Leafly’s team of cannabis experts. They’re designed to help you make better, more informed decisions by taking some of the guesswork out of finding the right cannabis.

They are not product recommendations. It’s very possible for two products to share the same strain name and have completely different potencies. When in doubt, talk to your budtender and double-check the label to make sure you’re consuming a product that matches your preferences and tolerance level.

Wondering why these strains were chosen? Learn more about beginner, classic, and potent cannabis strains.

What's the difference?
Strain Collections

Strain collections are curated by Leafly’s team of cannabis experts. They’re designed to help you make better, more informed decisions by taking some of the guesswork out of finding the right cannabis.

They are not product recommendations. It’s very possible for two products to share the same strain name and have completely different potencies. When in doubt, talk to your budtender and double-check the label to make sure you’re consuming a product that matches your preferences and tolerance level.

Wondering why these strains were chosen? Learn more about beginner, classic, and potent cannabis strains.

Indica / Sativa / Hybrid

What’s the difference?

Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Indica strains are generally associated with more sedating effects and earthy flavors.

Sativa strains are generally associated with uplifting effects and tropical flavors.

Hybrid strains provide a complex mix of sativa and indica flavors and effects.

Learn more about the difference between indicas, sativas, and hybrids.

What's the difference?
Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Indica strains are generally associated with more sedating effects and earthy flavors.

Sativa strains are generally associated with uplifting effects and tropical flavors.

Hybrid strains provide a complex mix of sativa and indica flavors and effects.

Learn more about the difference between indicas, sativas, and hybrids.

THC

NoneMediumHigh
What is THC?

THC and CBD

THC is known to produce the “high” that many associate with cannabis. THC can cause feelings of euphoria and relaxation. For some, especially in high doses, it can induce feelings of anxiety and paranoia.

CBD is non-intoxicating, meaning that on its own, it doesn’t make you “high”. CBD is known to ease anxiety, inflammation, and pain. Strains that are high in CBD make great choices for those new to cannabis or those seeking therapeutic benefits.

Strains that contain both THC and CBD often produce more balanced effects. In general, higher ratios of THC will produce more psychoactive effects, while higher ratios of CBD will produce more therapeutic effects.

Learn more about THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

What do the dots mean? Learn more about THC and CBD ratings.

What's the difference?
THC and CBD

THC is known to produce the “high” that many associate with cannabis. THC can cause feelings of euphoria and relaxation. For some, especially in high doses, it can induce feelings of anxiety and paranoia.

CBD is non-intoxicating, meaning that on its own, it doesn’t make you “high”. CBD is known to ease anxiety, inflammation, and pain. Strains that are high in CBD make great choices for those new to cannabis or those seeking therapeutic benefits.

Strains that contain both THC and CBD often produce more balanced effects. In general, higher ratios of THC will produce more psychoactive effects, while higher ratios of CBD will produce more therapeutic effects.

Learn more about THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

What do the dots mean? Learn more about THC and CBD ratings.

CBD

NoneMediumHigh
What is CBD?

THC and CBD

THC is known to produce the “high” that many associate with cannabis. THC can cause feelings of euphoria and relaxation. For some, especially in high doses, it can induce feelings of anxiety and paranoia.

CBD is non-intoxicating, meaning that on its own, it doesn’t make you “high”. CBD is known to ease anxiety, inflammation, and pain. Strains that are high in CBD make great choices for those new to cannabis or those seeking therapeutic benefits.

Strains that contain both THC and CBD often produce more balanced effects. In general, higher ratios of THC will produce more psychoactive effects, while higher ratios of CBD will produce more therapeutic effects.

Learn more about THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

What do the dots mean? Learn more about THC and CBD ratings.

What's the difference?
THC and CBD

THC is known to produce the “high” that many associate with cannabis. THC can cause feelings of euphoria and relaxation. For some, especially in high doses, it can induce feelings of anxiety and paranoia.

CBD is non-intoxicating, meaning that on its own, it doesn’t make you “high”. CBD is known to ease anxiety, inflammation, and pain. Strains that are high in CBD make great choices for those new to cannabis or those seeking therapeutic benefits.

Strains that contain both THC and CBD often produce more balanced effects. In general, higher ratios of THC will produce more psychoactive effects, while higher ratios of CBD will produce more therapeutic effects.

Learn more about THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

What do the dots mean? Learn more about THC and CBD ratings.

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