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Alphabetical Strain Chart & Recommended Use

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by tropicality7, May 20, 2010.

  1. :wave:I have been working on this chart for some time for my own reference. I thought it might be useful to others.

    If anyone sees any incorrect info, please let me know. I would like to eventually add grow times and yield to it.

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  2. good stuff + rep
  3. Thanks so much! +rep.

    Are you a patient in Cali getting info from your meds and describing your highs? I was looking for some of these specifics especially the indica or sativa question and what kind of high does it have, for myself and also I have been working on a list of strains and what they help medically.


  4. Hey Sammy,
    I am an MMJ patient in Colorado. I have tried most of these strains at some point and the description of the high/affect is a combination of my own experience and information I have gathered from others.

    I suffer from migraine headaches as well as severe joint pain due to an accident many years ago in which I broke my pelvis. I find that Sativa's tend to do better for me. MMJ is very subjective, what works for one may not work for another. There are just so many strains out there that one can get overwhelmed when trying to determine what might work for them. I did this just as a general information type guideline to help me keep track of what is what so when I walk into a dispensary, I can make an informed purchase.

  5. Wow great chart ! Ill be reffering to this all the time.
  6. awesome list, grow time and yield would be great additions, but isn't shark shock an indica/sativa?

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