It’s finally that time of year! Holiday hams, getting together with family, and maybe even a fresh blanket of snow depending on where you live.
Christmas is a magical time of year, and only one thing can make it even better—weed! If you’ve been searching for stoner Christmas ideas or have been thinking of ways to spread some special holiday cheer this year, look no further. These 12 Christmas-themed strains are the perfect way to chill out this holiday.
1. Christmas Kush
What better way to spend the holiday season than by relaxing by the fire with a cup of hot cocoa and a pipe filled with the Christmas Kush strain? With THC levels around 19%, Christmas Kush is a great way to start off your yuletide celebrations.
2. Jack Frost
Just because you live in a place that doesn’t get snow doesn’t mean you can’t still have a white Christmas. Jack Frost weed is a visually stunning strain with an abundance of trichomes that give the buds the characteristically snow-capped appearance it inherits from its parent strain White Widow. This balanced hybrid’s piny scents and citrusy flavors bring to mind visions of sipping warm cider in the shadow of the Christmas tree.
3. Christmas Tree
Speaking of Christmas trees, the indica leaning strain Christmas Tree completely embodies the spirit of an intricate decorated evergreen conifer. These forest green buds resemble the classic Christmas Tree shape, and the full-body high they produce is a great way to get to sleep while you wait for Santa to visit.
4. Christmas Cookies
Everyone knows you need to put out Christmas cookies for good ole Saint Nick. But this year, instead of baking for Santa, why not get Santa baked instead? The Christmas Cookies strain is a true hybrid, perfect for anyone with a bit of a sweet tooth.
5. Jesus OG
Jesus is the reason for the season—Jesus OG, that is! Bred by crossing Hells OG with Jack The Ripper, this indica-dominant hybrid is a great way to shepherd in the coming New Year. Its enticing aroma is predominantly musky but nicely complimented with sharp notes of tangy lemon.
6. Christmas OG
Make this year a true 420 Christmas with the Christmas OG Strain. The exact lineage of Christmas OG remains a mystery, but if you can find this unique strain in your area, it’s sure to add some Christmas cheer to your holiday season.
7. Kosher Kush
Not everyone celebrates Christmas, and even though Channukah has already been over for weeks, Kosher Kush is a great way for those of Jewish descent to take part in the holiday marijuana festivities. This prestigious strain won the High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Indica back to back in 2010 and 2011, so you can be sure you’re getting hiqh-quality bud with Kosher Kush.
8. Christmas Lights
Few things evoke the holiday spirit more than driving around your neighborhood on a crisp December night and marveling at the intricate decorations and Christmas lights painstakingly assembled by your community. The Christmas Lights strain carries some of that same magic in its vibrant orange pistil hairs, frosty trichomes, and bright green leaves.
9. Three Kings
The Three Kings is a sativa-dominant hybrid that’s a way better gift than frankincense or myrrh. Part Sour-Diesel, part Headband, and part OG Kush, Three Kings is what happens when you combine three of the most beloved cannabis strains known to man.
10. Hawaiian Snow
Who doesn’t want snow on Christmas? Hawaiian Snow is a pure sativa and winner of the 2003 Cannabis Cup. Its intense tropical aromas and delicious fruity flavors come together nicely for an uplifting and energizing experience.
While the exact lineage of Permafrost is up for debate, there’s no question about its quality. The frosty spattering of trichomes that give this strain its name indicates just how potent of a hybrid this bud is.
12. Sugar Plum
Get your ballet slippers out and get ready to dance with the sugar plum fairy. This sativa-dominant hybrid can have THC percentages exceeding 25% and is known for its tart plum aroma.
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