Thai Stick Grade A+(Sativa)

$260.00 $250.00


1 ounce (30 grams)     for   $250

1/8 pound(56 grams)   for   $400

1/4 pound(112 grams) for   $600

1/2 pound(224 grams) for   $850

1 pound(448 grams)    for   $1,250

Strain Highlights

Thai marijuana strain refers to a marijuana variety that grows naturally in Thailand and was brought to the U.S. in the 1970s and 1980s. This pure sativa landrace strain is sometimes called “Thai Sticks” because of the way its buds are traditionally dried and tied into long sticks. This original Thai weed strain specie has given rise to many strains we commonly see on the cannabis market today, including Voodoo, Juicy Fruit, and the classic Haze. Thai weed strain induces powerful but comfortable effects and has a distinct fruity, citrus aroma. The head high of this strain is focused and energizing, powerful but calming, with strong euphoria and clear-headed effects to keep users relaxed and happy 

As previously mentioned, this is a fairly average sativa high with periods of uplifting energy and periods of utter relaxation. This is a slow starting high that fills you with an onset of euphoria that ebbs and flows throughout the experience. After a long build, you’ll feel yourself starting to etch out your focus and may find yourself bursting to get creative. If you are the social type, this talkative bud will be your next go-to for its ability to keep the user giddy and chatty for hours. Though this is typically an upper level high, your body will be most certainly relaxed throughout. Thai Stick is a great medical strain for a myriad of reasons. Namely, it is a wonderful strain for mental illnesses and mood disorders such as depression, stress, bipolar, and ADHD. It is not recommended for anyone who suffers from moderate to severe anxiety as it tends to increase heart rate and focus which can occasionally agitate symptoms. As it is a stimulant, it is also beneficial to those who suffer from appetite loss and lack of focus. The energy provided helps with chronic fatigue and mild sleep disorders.

Growers outside of tropical climates will find this to be a challenging plant. Greenhouse gardens will have an easier time, though it is still considered an advanced grow. If you are patient enough to give this one a try and are an expert level cultivator, this long growth cycle and slow flowering plant will give you a very high yield. Remember, this one favors heat and moisture.