Yerba is committed to providing the best quality cannabis flowers in California. Our network of farms uses sustainable cultivation techniques to keep the environment healthy. The result? Delicious and potent cannabis flowers.
Today, we will take a look at the current stains available from Yerba, including their unique genetic lineages. Cannabis genetics are incredibly complex, so the team at Yerba has taken great care in selecting a variety of options to meet the needs of everyone.
To best represent the strains available, we have used the lineage graphs from CannabisReports.com to show you where these strains originate. You can also view the average effects that users reported through Leafly.com when those reports were available.
Platinum Bubba Kush (Indica)
Platinum Bubba Kush is a powerful cannabis strain that packs a punch. Often described as floral and spicy, Platinum Bubba Kush tastes delicious and grants lasting effects.
Platinum Bubba Kush is a cross between Bubba Kush and Platinum OG Kush. Bred from landraces like Afghani, Thai, and Colombian, many patients use this particular strain for deep relaxation, pain relief, and help with sleep.
LA Cheese (Indica)
LA Cheese is known as a very psychoactive strain that tastes smooth with hints of pine. The skunky aroma pays homage to the genetics involved in this strain.
LA Cheese is a cross between Big Buddha Cheese and LA Confidential. Both of these strains have a heavy Afghani influence, and leave patients feeling very relaxed. A great strain for those who are new to cannabis, or who seek relief from pain and discomfort.
Phantom Cookies (Indica)
Phantom Cookies may be indica-dominant, but this strain is incredibly popular for its well-rounded effects. Flowers are often thick with trichomes and orange hairs, and smell and taste of earth and berries.
Creativity, happiness, and euphoria are all commonly associated with Phantom Cookies, although patients also note that stress evaporates in a gentle haze. Phantom Cookie is a cross between two classic strains: Cherry Pie and Granddaddy Purple.
Bubba Kush (Indica)
Bubba Kush might be one of the most common strains available today. However, the flowers from Yerba exceed the already fantastic quality that patients can expect from Bubba Kush. Sweet and fruity aromas blend nicely with the bold and earthy taste.
Like the other indica-dominant stains available from Yerba, patients most commonly report experiencing relaxation. Bubba Kush is a genetic cross between Bubblegum and Masterkush.
Tahoe OG (Indica)
Tahoe OG is another versatile strain that is labeled as an indica, but also carries many sativa-like qualities. Flowers smell and taste like earth and lemons, giving the finish a wonderfully unique quality.
Tahoe OG is a cross between SFV OG and OG Kush, two very popular California strains. Along with relaxation, patients also reported feeling happiness and appetite stimulation.
Sour Chem (Sativa)
If you are new to cannabis, be cautious when trying Sour Chem. This potent strain has been known to cause anxiety in patients not familiar with extreme sativa effects. Notes of sour fuel and earthy pine characterize this popular varietal.
Sour Chem is a cross between Chem Dawg and Sour Diesel. Both of these parents strains are known for packing a punch, and experienced patients often feel uplifted and euphoric.
UK Cheese (Sativa)
UK Cheese has impressive medical potentials. Effects are often described as being felt in the head, although relaxation was also commonly felt by patients. UK Cheese is a very flavorful strain with hints of cheese, berry, and pine.
UK Cheese gained popularity for its potent effects and great taste. This varietal is a child of Skunk #1, with landrace origins from Afghanistan, Colombia, and Mexico.
Green Crack (Sativa)
Green Crack (also known as Green Dragon) got its name for being a ferocious, heavy-hitting strain. Sour and fruity flavors are very apparent from the minute the taste hits your tongue.
With lineages that can be traced back to Afghanistan, Colombia, Mexico, and Thailand, this energetic sativa is great for people who want positive mental stimulation.
Jack Widow (Sativa)
Jack Widow is a very resinous strain that brings a lot of flavor to the table. Typically, this plant has a high THC content that provides long-lasting effects.
Jack Widow is a cross between two infamous cannabis strains: Jack Herer and White Widow. A mix of many Thai lineages, patients report feeling primarily happy and uplifted.
Fire OG (Hybrid)
Fire OG is known for providing lasting effects that can take over three hours to wear off. The plant is covered in trichomes with a earthy and lemon-laced aroma.
Fire OG actually has the same genetics as Tahoe OG (SFV OG and OG Kush), but it is known for effects much more similar to sativa strains. Still, the Kush genetics do find their way through, with many patients reporting relaxation alongside energy.
Orange Cookies (Hybrid)
The strength of Afghani strains combined with the tangy punch from Chem Dawg shines through with Orange Cookies. Relaxation and euphoria go hand-in-hand for patients looking for the best of both worlds.
Fruity Pebbles (Hybrid)
This hybrid delight is incredibly popular with California patients. Tropical flavors blend with the berry tastes of the cereal that lends its name to this strain.
This diverse strain originates from Green Ribbon, Granddaddy Purple, and Tahoe Alien. Patients tended to report more sativa-like effects, but this strain definitely qualifies as an all-arounder.
Sour Cat (Hybrid)
Sour Cat is perfect for Yerba patients looking for a very mellow experience. This high-CBD strain combines sweet and earthy aromas with hints of lemon in the taste.
A mix between Sour Lemon OG and the high-CBD strain Cannatonic, Sour Cat is perfect for patients who do not want a prevalent psychoactive effect. Patients most commonly report relaxation and stress relief when administering Sour Cat.
Banana WiFi (Hybrid)
Banana WiFi combines the the smell of sour fuel and sweet tropical fruit. Although it can be deceptively strong, users maintain energy in conjunction with relaxation.
Banana WiFi may sound like a terrible cable provider, but this strain has two very important parents. White Fire OG and Banana Kush were brought together for this strain that is perfect for patients with stress, depression, and anxiety.
Elmer’s Glue (Hybrid)
Last but certainly not least is Elmer’s Glue. As you can imagine, the name comes from these similarity between these sticky buds and actual glue! Notes of earth and pine make this strain a favorite of connoisseurs.
As you can see from the more traditional genetic tree shown above, Elmer’s Glue is the result of crossing Gorilla Glue #4 with The White, leaving patients with a very stimulating, sativa-like strain.
What Will Yerba Carry Next?
Yerba’s excellent flower selection is constantly changing. We always keep a great range of flowers so that every patient can find wellness from our menu.
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