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What Are The Most Popular Indica Strains?

Most Popular Indica Strains

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What Are The Most Popular Indica Strains?

These are the most popular Indica strains anywhere. When it comes to finding the perfect Indica, this is the only list you’ll ever need.

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If you’re in the mood for a nice, relaxing, calming, sleep-inducing Indica, then check out one of the strains below. These are the most popular Indica strains anywhere. When it comes to finding the perfect Indica, this is the only list you’ll ever need.

Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple delivers. Period. Whether you’re talking about color, looks, scent, or effects, this strain’s pretty much got it all.

The huge buds are usually a combo of green with purple specks, contrasted with a thick coating of milky white trichomes. And the sweet, earthy, fruity smells carry over to the flavor of the smoke.

Once you start puffing on some Granddaddy Purple, get ready to feel both happy and relaxed. The body high you’ll get from this one will be perfectly complemented by a slightly spacey cerebral buzz.

Hindu Kush

When it comes to Indica strains, there is nothing more classic than Hindu Kush. This is the marijuana mother strain. It’s been used to create tons of other well-known strains like OG Kush and many, many more.

The Hindu Kush strain originated in the Hindu Kush mountains, between India and Pakistan. It quickly gained popularity around the globe. And now, it’s an absolute standard. If you’re serious about cannabis, you have to try this one.

Hindu Kush is the ultimate when you’re looking for a serious mellow. A thick coating of trichomes makes it fairly potent. The scent of sweet earthiness, with a nod to sandalwood, adds to the deeply meditative mood this strain inspires.

Northern Lights

Most Popular Indica Strains

Northern Lights is another legend in the world of Indicas. Most sources agree that it originally sprang from the THC-laden loins of Afghani and Thai landrace strains.

But it doesn’t just have famous parents. This strain also has some impressive offspring. Northern Lights has been used to create hybrids like Super Silver Haze, Shiva Skunk, and more.

The first thin you’ll notice when using Northern Lights is its sweet and spicy scent and flavor profiles. The smooth smoke will hit you in the head and the body. As a result, you’ll be happy, euphoric, and super mellow. Taken together, there are plenty of good reasons for this strain’s legendary status.

Kosher Kush

Kosher Kush began taking the U.S. cannabis scene by storm back in 2010. That’s when it started picking up big-time awards, especially on the West Coast.

Since then, it’s built a reputation for being a powerful Indica. Some buds have as much as 29% THC. To give you a sense of just how much that is, the rest of the Indica household averages 12.5% THC.

Kosher Kush will leave you sleepy and maybe even couch locked. It’s also perfect for pain relief.

Paris OG

If you need a little R&R (rest and relaxation), Paris OG is the strain for you. From start to finish, this strain is smooth, mellow, and relaxing.

When you first start breaking apart Paris OG nugs, you’ll notice a well-balanced smell of fruit and citrus. As you start inhaling, those flavors will blend with subtle earthy undertones.

And once your high sets in, you’ll be melting into your couch or bed. Eventually, you’ll drift off into a deep and blissful sleep.

Blue Cheese

Blue Cheese is an Indica strain well known for its interesting scent and flavor profile that brings together a smooth fruitiness with a distinct taste of cheese. But that’s not all this strain does.

Blue Cheese delivers a potent body high that will leave you feeling calm, relaxed, and sleepy. This makes it a great nighttime strain. It can also be used to treat chronic aches and pains, and to cope with severe stress or anxiety.

Purple Chemdawg

Most Popular Indica Strains

Purple Chemdawg is becoming a go-to strain for bud enthusiasts along the entire West coast. A lot of people love it because it delivers some powerful body relaxation, while leaving your mind sharp and clear.

The happy baby of Chemdawg and Granddaddy Purple, this strain delivers a smooth, well-balanced high. It can also be used to treat stress and anxiety. If you haven’t tried this one yet, it’s time to discover what all the West coast buzz is about.

Bubba Kush

You can find Bubba Kush pretty much anywhere in the U.S.A. It’s become a staple in dispensaries everywhere. And for good reason.

Bubba Kush brings out the best of the Kush lineage. And that makes it perfect for both recreational and medicinal uses.

When you’re using it for recreational use, expect to melt away into a beautiful and blissful state of relaxed euphoria. And if you’re looking for a way to cope with stress, pain, and insomnia, give Bubba a try.

Chem Scout

Chem Scout started building a name for itself after picking up some impressive awards in 2014. Since then, it’s started showing up at dispensaries along the West coast, Colorado, and Michigan. And it’s continuing to spread.

The weed child of Chemdawg 91 and Girl Scout Cookies, Chem Scout gives users a serious buzz. A few puffs in, expect to feel a distinctive head high melting into one of the most relaxing body highs you’ve ever felt. And it only gets better from there.

True OG

Most Popular Indica Strains

The term “OG” can often lead to confusion. But when it comes to True OG, those letters stand for “ocean grown.” That’s because this strain originated on the legendary coasts of southern California.

From its coastal home, True OG has spread throughout the U.S. Known for combining interesting floral notes with a smooth earthiness, True OG delivers long-lasting body highs. You’ll be feeling relaxed but mentally sharp after hitting this one.

And to show you just how beloved this strain has become here’s a little fun fact. True OG has locked down 2nd place in pretty much every Medical Cannabis Cup since 2010.

Nick Lindsey

Nick is a Green Rush Daily staff writer from Fort Collins, Colorado. He has been at the epicenter of the cannabis boom from the beginning. He holds a Masters in English Literature and a Ph.D. in cannabis (figuratively of course).

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