The 5 rarest strains of 2018
If you’re down to search far and wide for the best bud on planet earth, these strains are a good place to start.
There will be some mountains you’ll never climb. There will be some rivers you’ll never swim. And there is some weed you will never, ever torch. Here are the five hardest-to-find, rarest strains of 2018 for you adventurous stoners out there.
1. Pinkman Goo
This rare strain may be the stickiest bud of all time. The “goo” of Pinkman Goo comes from the plant’s unique photosynthesis process. In tests, the “goo” is about 4% higher in THC content than samples without it. In total, Pinkman Goo has around 18% THC.
The White is one of the strongest and most rare strains that exists. A hybrid indica, it can pack as much as 20-29% THC. In its lineage are popular strains like White Fire OG, another powerful hybrid.
Back in the 1960s, the era when cannabis use was just as rampant as authoritative rhetoric against it, Dr. Lester Grinspoon decided to research the risks of pot. Dr. Grinspoon, however, could not find any and became a pro-cannabis activist instead.
In honor of Dr. Grinspoon is this potent sativa with his name. With 22% THC, this rare strain offers a compelling and invigorating high. I’m sure the professor is a pretty swell guy too.
4. Crystal Coma
Something about the name of this Cannabis Cup winner tells me it’ll do a dandy job of knocking you on your ass. Crystal Coma is a sativa hybrid with a fuzzy crystal coat and a potency of 26% THC. Its family tree is shrouded in some mystery, some believe this rare strain comes from similar lines as Skunk #1 and Cheese.
The sativa Malawi Gold is often thought to be the rarest strain on the planet. Malawi Gold hails from the African country Malawi, specifically from the small Salima District that sits in the middle of the country. Sweet but mild, Malawi Gold only has a THC range between 14 to 18%, making for a pleasant and meditative high.