7 Stimulating Cannabis Strains for Your Next HikeDante JordanAugust 2, 2019
Just as there’s that perfect cannabis strain for chilling by the pool or watching your favorite movie, there’s a strain out there that makes the perfect companion for your next hike. When it comes to climbing mountains with your legs, you’ll want a strain that will have you feeling stimulated and energized.
So, we’ve put together a list of stimulating strains that’ll have you feeling elevated before you get elevated.
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (17-22% on average)
Candyland is a cross between Bay Platinum Cookies and Granddaddy Purple. The result is a purple, frosty flower that delivers earthy, sour notes. With Candyland, most people report uplifting effects that make this strain the perfect one to puff on during your next hike.
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (19-24% on average)
Do you like opals and banaynays? If so, then Bananas may be the stimulating strain for your next outdoor adventure. This strain offers sweet tropical flavors of fruit, stemming from a limonene-dominant terpene profile.
Consumers seek Bananas for a multitude of reasons, but many report an energizing head high that kicks into blissful creativity. If energetic, blissful, and creative is the type of vibe you like to bring into the wilderness, grab this strain for the occasion.
White Fire OG
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (18-23% on average)
A limonene-dominant cross between Fire OG and The White, White Fire OG offers a mix of sour, earthy, and diesel flavors. This potent strain hits with a powerful high, but for me, it’s uplifting and energetic. I can smoke this and write 87 pages of literary fireballs, go play basketball, or just stare at the sky for hours.
So, if you have a high THC tolerance and want to add a little pep in your hiking step, White Fire OG is an excellent option.
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (16-20% on average)
Jack Herer is a world-renowned strain with an illustrious history. It combines a Haze hybrid with a Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk cross to produce a terpinolene-dominant terpene profile. It gives off complex flavors of earth, pine, and wood with a spicy kick reminiscent of many high-energy strains.
Most consumers report clear-headed effects that leave them feeling uplifted and energized, though some have experienced a racy and anxious high with this strain (by some, I mean me).
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (16-19% on average)
Strawberry Cough is so tasty and delightful, especially on a sunny afternoon in nature. Dominant in the terpene myrcene, followed by pinene and caryophyllene, this strain’s terpene profile will blast your taste buds with the sweet berry flavors.
Strawberry Cough tends to enhance the senses while cerebral, uplifting effects blanket you with euphoria. If you want motivation for hiking in the form of a happy-go-lucky cannabis strain, this is it.
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (13-17% on average)
When it comes to strains that provide a boost of productive energy, Cinex is towards the top of my list. It offers earthy, lemon flavors brought forward by a terpene mix of limonene, caryophyllene, and pinene.
With Cinex, consumers usually feel a clear-headed creative high that puts them in a productive zone. So if you’re looking for a strain to help push you through one of those rigorous hikes that in theory sounded fun, then this may be the strain for you.
Cannabinoid profile: THC-dominant (20-25% on average)
The effects of Bruce Banner tend to be strong, promoting a euphoric and creative buzz. With that comes a stimulating headspace that’ll have you ready to bench press 8 million pounds—or a nice eight mile hike on your favorite trail