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Last on our list of new strains worth trying is Keystone Kush. This strain was created by combining Pre-98 Bubba Kush and the mysterious Katsu Bubba. Keystone Kush is an indica-centric hybrid with the highest levels of CBD on our list. Keystone Kush is packed with berry flavors while provided a relaxing effect upon indulgence. Thanks to the CBD-heavy bud,Keystone Kush is ideal for patients who suffer from inflammation and spasms. Keystone Kush is the keystone to self-medicating these issues.

Top 5 STRAINS for dem Babes

By: Scarlet Savage

LETS GET Straight to it. Here are some bomb strains from 2018

#1 Diesel Dough

Diesel Dough is a hybrid strain created by the Archive Seed Bank. Diesel Dough is a fusion between Sour Diesel and masculine Do-Si-Dos. The Sour Diesel is more prevelant, showcasing it complex taste with the size of the buds nodding to the Do-Si-Dos. The strain also has purple hues thanks to the latter. Diesel Dough is an excellent redux of some vintage strains that are worth trying.

#2 Pacific Frost

Not much is known about the newly created Pacific Frost except of how much of a beauty it is. This strain was bred by Cannafornia. Pacific Frost is a combination of Pacific OG and Frosty. The latter strain is responsible for the appearance of the icey Pacific Frost. The white and purple tints make this strain mouthwatering. Pacific Frost is sure to leave you buttered.

#3 Lemon Sorbet No. 3

Lemon Sorbet No. 3 is as sweet as its parents. Lemon Sorbet No.3 was crafted by Gabriel Cannabis. The strain is also known simply as ‘LS3.’ Lemon Sorbet No. 3 is a fusion between the infamous Lemon OG and Sherbert. LS3 is is an indica-centric hybrid that has hints of berries and lemons. LS3 is known to produce quite the euphoric response when indulging. This strain is a great bud to end the day.

#4 Super Sour Lemon

Super Sour Lemon is a strain that was recently created by crossbreeding Lemon OG and Cali Sour. This sativa-dominant bud has quite the uplifting qualities. Moreover, the tart and lemon zest of the citrus parent makes Super Sour Lemon taste amazing. This sweet strain is a must try in the warmer seasons!

#5 Keystone Kush

Last on our list of new strains worth trying is Keystone Kush. This strain was created by combining Pre-98 Bubba Kush and the mysterious Katsu Bubba. Keystone Kush is an indica-centric hybrid with the highest levels of CBD on our list. Keystone Kush is packed with berry flavors while provided a relaxing effect upon indulgence. Thanks to the CBD-heavy bud,Keystone Kush is ideal for patients who suffer from inflammation and spasms. Keystone Kush is the keystone to self-medicating these issues.

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Keystone Kush, wax and shatter: Here’s what medical marijuana products you can find in Pa.

Marijuana grows at the Garden State Dispensary in Woodbridge, New Jersey, on June 22, 2017. (Samantha Madar/PennLive file)

Medical marijuana became available for purchase in Pennsylvania on Feb. 15, and a total of six dispensaries are opening across the state this week.

But there has been much secrecy surrounding pricing of products and patients who walk into a dispensary for the first time might be overwhelmed by the different forms available. While dispensary staff can provide case-by-case guidance, here is a look at the basics: what the different forms mean, what benefits they provide and how much they cost.

A note on pricing:

Dispensaries haven’t posted price lists and the state government is expecting market forces to keep costs competitive. PennLive reporters are working to obtain price lists from other dispensaries across the state.

This list includes items available at the Cresco Yeltrah store in Butler.

Cannabis contains many compounds. Here are brief descriptions of some terms most useful in understanding the differences between medical marijuana products:

THC: Tetrahydrocannabinol is known as the cannabinoid that produces a “high.” It binds to the areas of the brain that manage pain, emotions, appetite, nausea and sleep.

CBD: Cannabidiol does not have psychoactive properties but has been shown to calm nerves, relieve pain and have anti-convulsive effects.

Terpenes: These are the oils that give marijuana its aroma and taste.