What did the marijuana plant say to the Las Vegas tourist?
Weed go well together!
Las Vegas hosts over 40 million visitors every year. Their recreational marijuana industry is booming. Tourists are flying in from all around the world, ready to take things to a higher level.
They’ve already brought in $305 million since they legalizing recreational cannabis in 2017. Visitors are finding out recreational marijuana can make the brightest city on Earth shine even brighter.
There are thousands of different strains available. Each type offers a unique opportunity for enhancing your visit. Do you know how to choose the best one for you?
Choosing the wrong type of marijuana can leave you feeling stuck. For example, Indica will leave you with the sink in-da-couch feeling.
On the other hand, sativa cannabis is a wonderful way to enhance your energy and experience. As you partake you’ll enjoy a euphoric journey with increased serotonin levels.
Take a moment to learn why this flowery plant is a must-have on your vacation. We’ll also give you a list of the 3 best sativa strains, guaranteed to make you smile. Let’s look at the absolute best choices for an adventure you’ll never forget.
Sativa Strains Overview
First, it’s important to appreciate the benefits of this type of cannabis. Marijuana has two main plant families. They are cannabis indica and cannabis sativa.
- Cannabis indica
- Cannabis sativa
These two plant families look different and act differently than each other. Sativa plants are tall, lean and light green colored. The leaves are narrow and fanlike. It’s believed this plant originated in countries close to the equator.
Indica will make you feel “stoned” but sativa will get you “high”. You could explain the high as a mind high instead of a body high.
This ideal for when you want to be alert, present and able to socialize. These features cause this strain to be most popular for creating a non-stop party.
The mind and mood-lifting stimulant are also considered to be the most psychedelic. The psychedelic effects of marijuana come from THC. Sativa cannabis typically has a considerably higher THC count than it’s indica sibling.
The energizing effects make this species of marijuana plants the perfect addition for a dazzling Las Vegas show. Some users even report feeling inspired, similar to losing your inhibitions after a few drinks.
After a quick smoke session, karaoke suddenly isn’t scary anymore. This is the ideal plant for the following activities:
- Being creative
- Watching anything visual
A combination of breeding and environment affects the potency of your strain. It’s easy to see why this plant is the preferred choice among partiers. Now we can look at the top 3 sativa strains to use on your Las Vegas adventure.
1. Maui Waui Is Perfect for Beginners
Make your trip to Las Vegas international by adding a little Maui Waui. This cannabis plant is ideal for first-time users. The effects are mild without being unnoticeable.
You’ll feel in control and still be able to articulate your thoughts and feelings. Users say they experience a slightly heightened sense of awareness and creativity.
2. Headband Has the Best Pot Parents
The headband is a mixture of two different sativa strains. A first time user will definitely be feeling the effects of this one. The two famous plants headband originates from are sour diesel and OG Kush.
We’ll be explaining the legendary effects of those two master mighty strains in just a moment. First, we have to tell you about this popular hybrid. Headband is the one to choose when you want to feel like a kid on Christmas morning.
You’ll feel unexplainably joyous and full of bliss. The THC content is extremely high and has a variety of terpenes.
Terpenes are what gives each cannabis strain it’s own delicious flavor and smell. You’ll never forget the intoxicating way Headband smells.
3. Sour Diesel vs OG Kush
The parents of headband are Sour Diesel and OG Kush. These two rivals cannabis celebrities are hands down the strongest strains in their family. Here is a breakdown of what makes these two strains so well known in the industry.
Effects of Sour Diesel
First, we’ll start with Sour Diesel or in slang terms Sour D. The strong smell alone is almost enough to get a buzz from. Here are some of the “high” lights of this competitor.
- Pungent smell
- Stress relief
- Pain relief
One great benefit of Sour D is its ability to act quickly. The feelings you’ll have will be energizing and dreamlike. If we had to describe Sour D in one word we’d say it’s invigorating.
Benefits of OG Kush
OG Kush is an as an almost god-like legend among marijuana users.
High Times listed OG Kush as the #1 greatest strain of all time. This plant has one of the highest THC counts available. To put it in perspective, marijuana plants with 20% THC counts are highly potent.
OG Kush weighs in at a whopping THC count of 23%. This plant is the foundation for thousands of different hybrid strains. The popular benefits include:
- Cabaret blend of aromas (lemon, pine trees, and earth)
- Among the highest THC content
- Strong psychoactive effects
- Perfectly blended hybrid
- Intense euphoric feelings
OG Kush gives you a taste of both worlds. As a hybrid, it has both sativa and indica properties. The blends can vary but are usually split 50/50 between indica and sativa elements. You’ll feel uplifted and relaxed at the same time.
Exclusive & Rare Choices
Thrive in Las Vegas is on a mission to deliver the highest quality cannabis. We continue to expand and grow in the Las Vegas Valley and in Nevada. We’re dedicated to helping you have the best marijuana experience possible.
We are happy to answer any of your cannabis questions. We have more articles under our blog tab just for you on all things marijuana-related. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our favorite sativa strains, other available products, and available locations.
Visit us today at Thrive Cannabis Marketplace in North Las Vegas or our downtown dispensary open 24/7.
Wow! These Sativa strains rock, energize, and improve creativity! It’s nice to know that they hit the Las Vegas grounds. No wonder why!