Combat Seasonal Depression with these Strains This Fall

Fall is virtually here! The apple cider is brewing, and the Pumpkin Spice Lattes are once again abundant. As a child, we all loved the transition into Autumn; As an adult, it can feel more dragging than it used to be. Fatigue is one of the most undesirable feelings we face daily. Fatigue can interfere with our daily itinerary and concepts like productivity, family time, and even the bedroom. Alongside ‘Fall fatigue’ is Seasonal Depression. The latter affects millions of people every Fall. THCV, one of the several cannabinoids found in cannabis, has provided mood-uplifting and energizing effects. Check out these strains the next time you encounter a case of the Fall Blues.

Super Silver Haze

The first entry on our list of strains worthy of combating seasonal depression is the award-winning Super Silver Haze. This Cannabis Sativa-dominant hybrid is a delicate cross between Haze, Northern Lights, and Super Skunk #1. As aforementioned, Super Silver Haze has taken home the gold at multiple cannabis cups; Since the strain’s rise to popularity in the 1990s, Super Silver Haze has won 1st place at least on four separate occasions.

Sour Diesel

This next strain on our list truly needs no introduction, but we’ll do it some justice anyway. Sour Diesel is a Sativa-dominant blend of the Sativa strains Super Skunk and Chemdawg #91. Sour Diesel obtained its extremely pungent and gas-like scent paired with a tangy, acidic taste. Additionally, cannabis connoisseurs recognize Sour Diesel as one of the strains that popularized the term ‘gas,’ meaning cannabis that is top-shelf or high grade. Researchers hold this Sativa-dominant hybrid strain in high regard for its everlasting energizing and mood-lifting effects. Consider this premium gas the next time you are looking for energizing, Depression-warding strains.

Chocolope

The next entry on our is another strain that has made a name for itself since the mid-2000s. Chocolope is a Cannabis Sativa-centric hybrid strain that is a combination of Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. When investigating the aroma of Chocolope, this strain reveals earthy and sweet tones. Some consumers of Chocolope claim that the strain often gives off a fragrance similar to that of a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Chocolope also contains a respectable amount of THCV, one of the cannabinoids responsible for uplifting more and providing Energy. Consider Chocolope the next time Seasonal Depression rears its ugly head.

Ghost Train Haze

This next strain is guaranteed to have you warding off Seasonal Depression all Autumn long. Ghost Train Haze is a Cannabis Sativa-centric hybrid that can be as spooky as its name implies. Ghost Train Haze is a fusion between the Ghost OG and the Cannabis Sativa strain known as Nevil’s Wreck. After appraising Ghost Train Haze, it yields a spicy aroma. Moreover, it is featured in sweet citrus and earthy notes. Due to the superiority of Sativa and THCV, Ghost Haze Train is a strain that can produce energizing effects. Ghost Train Haze may be the train to purchase a ticket for if you have a list of daily tasks to complete like the majority.

Super Lemon Haze

The last strain that can help combat Seasonal Depression is Lemon Haze. This Sativa-laden hybrid is a fusion between Lemon Skunk and the Sativa as mentioned earlier Super Silver Haze. As the name implies, the aroma associated with Super Lemon Haze is similar to that of a fresh bucket of lemons. Super Lemon Haze also features minor sweet notes. Just like Super Silver Haze, this strain contains trace amounts of THCV. This strain can easily be replaced with a cup of grandma’s homemade lemonade and yield the same happiness, Energy, and nostalgia effects.

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