Hybrid strains are where the creative powers of talented marijuana growers shine the brightest. Every year, new crossbred strains are created with specific effects in mind. Pain sufferers, flavor enthusiasts, and adventureous souls alike benefit from the hybrid revolution taking place.

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Tasty combo of Blueberry and Amnesia Haze. A modern dispensary favorite and a true hybrid: multiple effects pass from head to toe, and then the float arrives. Potent THC levels avg 20% or more.


Cookie Dawg

There are many ‘dawg’ strains based off of the wildly popular parent Chemdog; they are top shelf every time. This winning recipe is crossed with the equally renowned GS cookies.


Ghost Train Haze

The Ghost Train Haze is loaded with passengers who are laughing at nothing in particular. New phenotypes are producing THC levels from 18% – 26%. Herbal, fruity, fun.

Ghost Train Haze is a Sativa cross of Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. The buds are dense and covered in white trichomes. With a citrus and floral odor, Ghost Train Haze delivers a high level of THC to wipe out paindepression, and appetite loss. Some are prone to anxiety when they smoke weed so be careful. Low doses are good to start.

It might remind you of Jack Herer but more citrusy. It’s easy to focus as long as you didn’t reach for higher doses.

A great wake-n-bake strain with coffee!



A modern classic. Mix Cinderella 99 and Pineapple 99 and you get a Sativa-dominant hybrid with citrusy flavor and euphoric uplift. Regularly testing at 23%+ THC.


Gorilla Glue number 4

Winner of the 2015 High Times Cannabis Cup. Avg THC well over 20%. Good CBD content. Glues you to the couch on purpose. If you’ve got chronic pain, you deserve this in your life. Gorilla Glue #4 (aka GG4) by GG strains is a Sativa-dominant hybrid. It has earned multiple awards and is famous for its high THC content.

It delivers both heavy euphoria and heavy relaxation, leaving you in love with your couch. Bulbus, resiny buds fill the senses with palpable earthy and sharp aromas reminiscent of Chem’s SisterSour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel all of which contributed to this strain in some way.

Other awards include Taking first place in both the Michigan and Los Angeles 2014 Cannabis Cups as well as the High Times Jamaican World Cup,

Gorilla Glue is one of the most demanded strains in the US cannabis market today.

Gorilla Glue was specifically bred for high THC content so it will make your head race. That effect will ease into general nom-nom couch lock after an initial rush, so maybe don’t take that last hit just before bed.


Ice Cream

Multiple award-winning strain, 60/40 Indica-dominant, 20%+ THC. Pain-relieving, relaxing, actually tastes like ice cream. How do they do that? Who cares, it’s awesome.

It has placed in two prestigious Highlife Cup Competitions. In 2008, Ice Cream came in 2nd in the Hydro category, and in 2009, it placed 3rd in the Bio category.

Exotic and potent, Ice Cream by Paradise Seeds is a bushy plant that puts out dense nugs. That Ice Cream flavor actually comes from the vanilla terpenes mixed with the pine roots. Expect a balanced buzz.


The strain is 60% Indica and 40% Sativa. The high usually starts with the Sativa effects, generating uplifting moods with heady cerebral sensations. Users report feeling more creative. Adults diagnosed with ADD/ ADHD report feeling more focused. The Indica effects follow, often producing a numbing laziness, sedation and increased appetite. Negative effects include the usual dry eyes and mouth. Some anxiety, dizziness, and paranoia may also occur (especially with higher doses).

Patients choose Ice Cream primarily for the treatment of stress. The strain allows patients with anxiety and depression-related disorders to relax. Ice Cream’s Indica-based effects are also helpful to those seeking relief from mild aches and pains. Patients dealing with anorexia and other eating disorders may find Ice Cream useful in inducing appetite.

Ice Cream’s exact genetics are unknown. When grown outdoors, this strain flowers at around 55 to 60 days and is usually ready for harvest in October. Indoors, Ice Cream grows best in the Sea of Green technique. It features an above average yield both indoors and out. More information about growing this strain can be found at King Green Buds.



An early star during legalization’s first wave, Mimosa hits the spot like a boozy brunch – pain relief, mental uplift, good times. Tested at over 20% THC regularly. Eat, smoke, and be merry.



This top-shelf cross of Gasmask and Animal Cookies will likely alter the trajectory of your day. Newbies should start with small doses at first just to be safe. Delightful aroma, strong body effects.



Another great offshoot of the Chemdog line, this uplifting sativa-dominant hybrid has glistening trichromes and that classic petrol-and-pine odor reminiscent of the Diesel strains.



Trainwreck is a buzzy Sativa with effects that hit like, well, a freight train. The roots come from Mexican and Thai Sativas which at some pint back in the day were mixed with an Afghani Indica to produce this NoCal specialty. A little citrusy, a little piney.

Trainwreck starts fast with a bounce of euphoria. Trainwreck’s high-THC content is great for powering through high tolerances. Some sites claim that this strain is good for ADD/ADHD but the Indica side of this strain makes that a, shall we say, dubious claim. What Tainwreck is good for, is receiving a blast of creative euphoria where you might have a true breakthrough of inspiration. What follows, however, is a stoned buzz that makes it hard to concentrate on much of anything except having fun.

In other words, this is great gaming weed.



Wedding Cake

Wedding Cake is a fantastic go-to, with well balanced and predictable effects. A milk-and-honey aroma is offset by peppery notes in an earthy palette. Avg THC 24%.


White Widow

Amsterdam’s White Widow has a downright famous balance that proves quality strains are about more than just the THC content. This strain can make doing the dishes fun at 16%.

First bred by the Dutch company Green House Seeds. A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica,  This is on every Dutch coffee shop menu.

Feelings of euphoria and energy happen right away. White Widow’s strain has been a parent to many other great strains like White RussianWhite Rhino, and Blue Widow. But White Widow flowers quickly so growers love it. And users love it just as much.