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Possible Answers: Thai.
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Thai sometimes called Thai stick is a pure sativa form of cannabis, brought from Thailand, that was popular during the late 1960s and 1970s. Thai has a fruity and citrus aroma, and while THC levels vary by location, breeder, and crop, the strain’s THC levels can sometimes top 23%. Thai is the parent strain of marijana strains such as Voodoo, Juicy Fruit, and Haze. Users of Thai report experiencing powerful but comfortable effects. Thai is sometimes called “Thai Stick” because of the way its buds are usually tied into long sticks.
A Thai Stick consists of premium buds of seedless marijuana which were skewered on stems. Fibers found in the stalk of the marijuana plant were then used to tie the marijuana to the stem to keep it in place. Thai stick bud may also be tied around bamboo sticks with a piece of string known as a “rasta hair.”
The Thai Sticks exhibited considerably higher potency in comparison with other cannabis available in Western countries at the time. This added potency was rumored to be caused by the Thai Sticks being dipped in opium or in hash oil. However, the more widely accepted reason is that Thai cannabis growers had for hundreds of years selected seeds from their strongest plants, which coupled with Thailand’s long growing season, high temperatures, and rich volcanic soil, conspired to produce an exceptionally potent product.