- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
The Thai strain of marijuana is a pure Sativa landrace brought to the United States in the 1970s and 1980s. This Thai strain is also known as “Thai sticks” due to the traditional way of drying and tying the buds into long sticks.
The parent strain of many popular strains today, Thai weed is known for its distinct fruity and citrus aromas. The positive effects of Thai marijuana include feelings of euphoria and increased creativity. As a result, this strain is popular among artists and creative professionals.
Adverse effects of Thai pot include dry mouth and eyes, as well as paranoia and anxiety in some cases. Users report that the high from Thai marijuana can be “cerebral” and “uplifting.”
The medical benefits of Thai cannabis include relief from stress and anxiety and pain relief. The THC content of Thai weed ranges from 12-22%. Thai marijuana is not recommended for novice users due to its high THC content.
Growing Thai marijuana can be a challenge for growers outside of tropical climates. However, greenhouse gardens make this possible. Thai weed flowers in 9-10 weeks are best grown using the sea of green method.
It’s best to plant Thai cannabis seeds in well-drained, nutrient-rich soil. The ideal temperature for growing Thai weed is 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit. Thai marijuana plants are tall and thin with long, narrow leaves.