Thai

THC
CBD
22%

Normal

0%

Very Low

100% Sativa
Morning
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
22%

Normal

0%

Very Low


Typical Effects

Focused
Focused
Paranoia
Paranoia
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
A Loss of Appetite
A Loss of Appetite
Anxiety
Anxiety

About Thai

Thai is a pure sativa landrace native to the tropical jungles of Thailand. With a potency earned through centuries of isolated breeding, this strain has a famous pungency and an intense cerebral high. Also called Thai stick for its traditional preparation of leaves twisted around the plant’s spindly branches, Thai is said to have been brought to the U.S. from Southeast Asia following the Vietnam War. THC content varies but can be as high as 22%.

Cured Thai flowers look less like buds or nugs, instead forming wispy, fluffy clusters of leaves. They are pale green to brown and very resinous. The smell is primarily fruit and citrus with a distinct diesel undertone. Broken open or burned, the buds have a more bitter odor. The smoke has an acrid taste and is harsher than most sativas - coughing and lung expansion are common. When exhaled, smoke has light herbal and floral notes.

As with potent Jamaican landraces across the Pacific, Thai has a speedy head high. Users describe a euphoria that comes on quickly and lasts longer than average. Physical effects tend to manifest more as an increase in energy that can border on a jumpy caffeine buzz for some. The clearheaded and motivating high from this strain is well-suited to daytime productivity. However, because of its high THC content, the cerebral effects may make less experienced users edgy or paranoid.

Because it is endemic to a tropical climate, Thai is difficult to cultivate outdoors in more temperate environments. Indoor growing can also be a challenge, as plants can reach almost 15 feet at maturity. Commercial growers have had success with large-scale indoor greenhouse operations. Thai has an extremely long flowering time - buds are ready for harvest in December if grown outdoors and after four and half months indoors.

Thai’s strong Sativa effects and its appealing flavor profile have made it a valuable strain for commercial growing and crossbreeding. Thai has been used to produce popular hybrids like Haze and AK-47.


Common Usage

Depressed10/10

A Loss of Appetite2/10

Anxiety2/10

Nausea8/10

Women's Health4/10

Typical Effects

Focused6/10

Paranoia6/10

Creative10/10

Energetic10/10

Euphoric8/10

THC Content

Highest Test22%

Strain Average17%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


Recent Customer Reviews

IndicaFan Torrey

Thai is one of the few pure sativas I will gladly purchase when I can. No anxious or jittery effects at all from my experience. Great cerebral high with some increase in activity (mental followed by physical).