The pure sativa landrace cannabis strain named Thai derives its name from its place of origin. It produces a scent and flavor that’s fruity and often of citrus.
Thai is a landrace strain of Thailand, baring its own genetics naturally found in its native land.
THC levels range between 14-24% depending on growing conditions, so be sure to check THC levels before purchasing. Its high is known to calm the mind and create a state of euphoria. It will help elevate energy levels, so can be consumed throughout the day to help complete tasks. It will keep the mind clear and fatigue at bay while lowering stress levels. While it doesn’t provide a body buzz, it will help relax the body as the mind relaxes.
Negative side-effects of Thai besides dry mouth and eyes include anxiousness, dizziness, and headache when higher doses have been consumed. However, these are known to be quite rare.
Cultivators should note Thai needs tropical conditions to flower with its ideal characteristics, but can do well in greenhouses if not cultivating in a tropical climate.
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