Yo, what’s good? My name’s Dan and I’m here to help you introduce newbies to the stoner lifestyle. But listen up, you don’t want to start off with a strain that’s too potent for your tolerance or one that’ll make you feel trapped in your own head. That’s a buzzkill for sure. So, I’ve compiled a list of the best strains for smoking with noobs and first timers. Trust me, I wish someone had given me this list when I was starting out instead of smoking that crappy ditchweed.
First up on our list is Harlequin, a high CBD/low THC strain that’s perfect for those who are wary of getting “too high.” The psychoactive effects are still there, but not overwhelming. Plus, it’s pretty tasty. Medical users love Harlequin because it’s great at treating anxiety, PTSD, and depression.
Next, we have Pennywise, a high CBD indica cross between Harlequin and Jack the Ripper. This strain is extremely mild and relaxing, making it perfect for treating chronic pain and arthritis. And don’t worry about it keeping you up at night, Pennywise won’t do that. Plus, it tastes like lemons and bubblegum!
Jack Herer is a must-try for noobs and first timers. This evenly balanced sativa will make you feel in control of your mind and body without making you feel unmotivated. It’s great for those who are worried about feeling overly paranoid or couch-locked. Jack Herer will have you wanting to go on a hike or clean out the closets.
Chernobyl is a hybrid strain that’ll make you feel euphoric and uplifted while relaxing your body. It has all the benefits of both sativas and indicas with very few negative side effects. Its lower potency makes it perfect for noobs and first timers who want to feel motivated and happy.
Last but not least is ACDC, another high CBD strain that’s tailor-made for noobs and first timers. Unlike the other strains on this list, ACDC produces no psychoactive effects, so it’s great for those who might be wary of how cannabis affects their mind. But don’t worry, you’ll still feel something!
So there you have it, my top picks for new users of cannabis. Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments!