JK Rowling never specified whether or not her characters enjoyed cannabis but from the events of the series, surely Harry Potter could have used a toke or two. After all, you can’t spell Potter without pot.
Harry Potter and The Listicle of Strains
The best strain for our favorite hero would have to be sour diesel. Dependable and quick, sour diesel itself embraces the loyalty and reliability that is Harry Potter. Not to mention his serious need for some down time.
Just like the number 1 side-kick of the fiction world, AK – 47 is long lasting and sticks around. Like Ron’s loyalty to Harry, AK-47 will keep you on cloud 9 for at least the time it takes to hunt down a Horcrux.
Ginny takes on the role as Harry’s protector and love interest but she’s so much more than that. She takes the risk of defending the most sought after “criminal” of her time which is why Jack Herer would be the perfect strain for her. Her drive for success and calm demeanor makes it the perfect strain to keep Ginny’s head on straight.
Juicy fruit would be a great strain for Malfoy – who, if we all agree here, could use a more potent strain. This strain has a high THC level which is perfect for putting your mind at ease when you’re trying to eliminate the most powerful wizard in the world.
Blue dream is excellent for someone who already has their head in the clouds and wants to go higher. It’s perfect for increasing imagination and creativity as well as taking away all the stress of no one believing there are nargles flying all around them.
Headband would probably be Snape’s strain of choice. With a strong head high, this strain helps with untangling intense issues – like the love of your life being dead or her son that you hate making your life miserable or being a double agent working for the most violent dark wizard of all time… yeah, Snape had a few things going on.
Ah – we’ve made it to the fearless leader of our favorite generation of wizards. Dumbledore would have loved OG Kush with the euphoria this strain produces, even the stress of figuring out how to stop Voldemort from killing your favorite student melts away.