Thai

An old school sativa, Thai has been making people jump for joy since the hippie era. Similar to what an Afghani represents in indica-lovers, Thai characterizes the quick-acting and energetic spirit of the other side of the cannabis spectrum.

Native to the tropical jungles of Thailand, this landrace was said to have been brought to the U.S. after the Vietnam War. Also known as “Thai Sticks”, it got its moniker from traditionally drawing up the dried leaves around the plant’s lanky branches.

After centuries of isolated breeding, it has then produced an impressive THC content of up to 24%. Moreover, as it withstood the test of time, this is a strain that gives a whole new meaning to the flower power of the 70s.

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Furthermore, a few puffs bring users farther from the ground, sending them off over the moon with its mind-altering high. As it connects the gap between users and abstract ideas, their creative side is then unlocked. Similar to a caffeine buzz, users will feel wired to jumpstart a productive day.

Thai Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage Landrace
Sativa / Indica Ratio 100/0
THC % 14% to 24%
CBD % 0.1%
Climate Warm climate
Flowering Period 9 to 11 weeks / Late October
Average Yield 350 g/sqm / 300 g/plant

Odor and Flavors

Pairing the scents of tobacco with the subtle sweetness of pinecones and users will have a palate that is suavely addictive. Additionally, notes of whiskey and coffee grounds round out this robust, powerful fragrance.

Upon inhaling, the tongue is greeted with a warm and woody profile. Although its smoke is harsher than most sativas, as such, coughing is expected. Not to worry though as lighting up a bowl of this ganja can be a wakeful and intoxicating experience.

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Effects

Borderline psychedelic, this racy strain can truly turn mundane afternoons into a space adventure. The buds are bundles of energy, and the high comes bursting like a supernova. Such an explosion comes with a sharpening of the senses, making all colors pop out and induce some visual distortions.

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Such a trip can inspire those who are already artistically inclined, and its trippy, head-centered buzz stirs the creative juices flowing inside. Musicians, painters and other mediums will find themselves inching closer to their masterpiece as one hit of this ganja can light up the once dull bulb in their heads.

While it can definitely be used as a wake-and-bake treat or even replace users’ morning coffee, this is not recommended for office-use as they may find themselves working on a personal project, or deep in fascinating conversations with their mates instead.

Additionally, while its THC of up to 24% doesn’t come with a risk of couch-lock, taking too many elicit those less experienced with bouts of paranoia. But for those craving for a blast from the past, veterans would enjoy having their mind blown away.

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Adverse Reactions

As mentioned, since this is a purebred Sativa with an impressive potency to boot, those who are prone to anxiety may be triggered even more so with a hit too many of this strain. In some cases, others feel a pulsing headache and dizziness to come trailing after the head-swirling high. As such, novice smokers should take this with caution.

In addition, effects such as cottonmouth and dry eyes may also manifest, although these two are usually found in almost any variant. Veteran or not, this is something milder and therefore, easier to handle for many. Simply drink lots of refreshments to ease the discomfort.

Of course, alcohol is not part of that list as it may do more harm than good, especially when combined with marijuana.

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Medical Use and Benefits

No matter what decade, stress remains to be just as destructive to anyone. That’s why Thai emerged as a war hero with its uplifting nature combating those suffering from the mental pillages of chronic stress and other persisting ailments.

Moreover, it comes swooping in a speedy head high, commendably energizing users and aiding those with fatigue. Of course, one of the most honored features of this strain is its effectiveness in lifting up users’ spirits with just one toke.

Now freed from the destructive clutches of depression and anxiety, users are back up on their feet and ready to live in peace. With such long-lasting effects, expect this newfound sense of purpose to last the whole day.

Additionally, its THC value of up to 24% makes it possible to relax the mind and soothe minor pains such as cramps, spasms and migraines. With the body and mind at ease, there are no more roadblocks stopping users from seizing the day.

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Growing Thai

Growing Thai may pose as a challenge to the community, and with a long-list of demands that are relatively difficult to meet, skilled hands are a must with this plant.

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Due to how it is prevalent in a tropical climate, growing it outdoors may be quite a tricky feat as growers would need to have a controlled environment that is constantly dry and away from frost. However, growing it indoors may also be complicated as the plants can reach a whopping 450 cm in maturity.

Additionally, it has thin branches and slender leaves with buds that reach as long as 30 cm. As such, pruning is required in order to contain this in an indoor setup, as well as using the Screen of Green (SCROG) method. Flowering time should take about 9 to 11 weeks, and produces a humble yield of 350 grams per square meter.

As mentioned, growing it outdoors would require a subtropical environment for it to reach its peak, although if given the right shade and seedlings are planted in rich compost, users will be able to successfully harvest it by the end of October with a yield of 300 grams per plant.

While it seems disheartening to work hard and harvest so little, one should keep in mind that its payoff is found in its outstanding quality.

Have you grown or used Thai Strain? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.

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