Need to hustle and get shit done? Many people find that certain cannabis strains can promote focus and quite the mind, making it easier to meet deadlines and get through large piles of work. Whether you’re cleaning the house, cramming for a deadline, or are simply trying to find a way to reduce stress with a busy schedule, these five strains can help you stay calm, collected, and focused. Try these flowers when you’re hoping to get shit done.
1. Jack Herer
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When you’re hoping to get shit done, you can’t go wrong with Jack Herer. This is one of the most famous sativas on the market for a reason: Herer is focused, energizing, mentally stimulating, and upbeat.
This strain would be perfect for a day of busy household projects and physical activity. Those hoping to get through some tight deadlines may enjoy microdosing this pine-fresh flower. If Jack Herer is unavailable, offspring like Jack the Ripper and Galactic Jack will also do the trick.
Cinex is an excellent hybrid strain with sativa-dominant effects. A cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex, Cinex is a speedy and cerebral flower. This strain would be excellent for those who need a boost while performing complex mental tasks.
Perfect for the morning, some find that Cinex provides a cognitive stimulation similar to a cup of black coffee. Though, beware: high doses of this flower can cause anxiety. It’s recommended to start small and work up with this strain.
3. Sour Diesel
Sour Diesel is a fairly easy strain to find, though there is some debate over what strains on the market constitute the “real” Sour Diesel. Regardless, this flower has a reputation as a high-powered and energizing strain with a pleasantly pungent, fuel-like aroma.
Sour Diesel can be used in the morning and throughout the day. Most consumers can expect a happy and uplifting kind of high with relaxed mental clarity. This strain tends to be very high in THC, which means that you may want to start slow and keep doses small throughout the day.
4. Sour Tsunami
For some people, a psychoactive high might interfere with the ability to get shit done. If this is the case, a strain with a higher CBD content may be the best selection. Sour Tsunami is a hybrid strain that tends to produce a one-to-one CBD content. This strain would be excellent for those who experience THC-induced anxiety or lack of concentration.
Instead, Sour Tsunami provides a very easygoing and mellow focus that will leave you feeling relaxed and upbeat. While this flower can produce some psychoactive effects, the Sour Tsunami experience is quiet and concentrated overall. Alternatives to this strain include Harlequin, Pennywise, and Cannatonic.
When studying or doing work that requires memory, high-CBD strains are preferable. Early laboratory research suggests that CBD counteracts some of the short-term memory loss associated with THC, visuospatial memory in particular.
5. Loud Dream
Love Blue Dream? Loud Dream is a new offspring that is rapidly growing in popularity. Unlike the other strains on this list, Loud Dream is a fairly balanced hybrid that does not lean too speedy or too sedative. Instead, this strain provides a very mellow and happy experience that often inspires a giggle or two.
While Loud Dream is great for recreation, this flower can provide a very low key and happy vibe for the workday. This strain would be particularly nice to have for outside work on a summer day. Extremely high in THC, Loud Dream is a flower you’ll likely want to microdose. In higher doses, this strain can have more sedative and hazy effects.
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