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Boo! 4 Spooky Strains for Celebrating Halloween Night

October 27, 2018

Happy Halloween, Leafly readers! The spooky season is here along with all the mini candy bars, haunted attractions, and full costumed events that accompany it. To help you celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of our top spooky strains currently available in Canada.

Check out our top picks to elevate all your eerie fun.

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Ghost Train Haze

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Turn off all the lights and light up Ghost Train Haze for a marathon session of suspenseful screen time. The sativa known for its cerebral haziness delivers a potent dose of THC conducive to binge-watching The Haunting of Hill House.

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Full Moon

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Harness the creative and uplifting properties of Full Moon as you transform into full costume–If we’ve learned anything from YouTube recently, it’s that getting high and doing make-up equals magic. The spicy smoke from this sativa will leave you ready to embrace your inner creature and let the werewolf out this Halloween.

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White Widow

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Itching for a fright? Let White Widow lure you through a corn maze with its earthy, woody aroma. The potent effects of this famous hybrid strain include powerful bursts of euphoria and energy–just what you need when creeping and crawling through a haunted attraction.

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Blue Dream

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More treat than trick, Blue Dream is a sweet berry-scented, sativa-dominant hybrid offering the full-body relaxation you’ll crave after the doorbell stops ringing and all the monsters are finally tucked into bed.

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