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Discover the Perfect Cannabis Strains for Cozy Fall Nights

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Depending on where you live, fall weather may not look much different than any other time of the year, but in some places, the fall season marks the return of hoodie weather, beautiful brightly colored crunchy leaves, campfires, baked goods, pumpkin pie, and other fall favorites.

No matter how you plan to spend your fall, the autumnal good vibes are hard to resist. And it might be interesting to switch up your favorite medical cannabis strains and try some seasonal-inspired alternatives.

Grab your favorite blanket and cup of tea or cocoa, and check out some of our picks for the best medical cannabis strains to try this fall.

pumpkin spice cannabisPumpkin Spice

Crisp air and the smell of pumpkin spice everywhere. Did you know there is a cannabis strain by the same name? While some of the best cannabis strains have a rich flavor profile, don’t expect this one to taste like a latte from Starbucks. But it does have a spicy and nutty scent with some vanilla undertones.

This strain is so new that even Weedmaps doesn’t have much information about it. So it may be hard to find in your area. Pumpkin Spice was developed from the Sour Apple and Animal Cookies strains.

Type: Hybrid Strain (50% Indica and 50% Sativa)

THC: 15% to 20%

CBD: 0%

Terpenes: Unknown

According to online sources, consuming Pumpkin Spice can provide a cerebral psychoactive effect with a side of happiness. Some people have experienced a boost of creativity with this new strain, which makes it great for artists to try.

The start of the psychoactive effects of the Pumpkin Spice strain can feel like high energy and a lighter mood, followed by a wave of deep bodily and mental relaxation.

Marshmallow OG

A crackling fire and some marshmallows sound pretty good to most people. Marshmallow OG is a strain bred from Chemdog, Triangle OG, and Jet Fuel Gelato. It tastes like a combination of butter and vanilla, with a slight spicy pepper note.

Type: Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain

THC: 20%

CBG: 1%

Terpenes: Dominant terpene is limonene, followed by caryophyllene and humulene.

According to patient reviews, consuming Marshmallow OG can give you some relaxing effects. That makes it a strain to try if you experience low mood from anxiety, stress, or depression. It may be the perfect strain when you want to slow down mentally and physically.

However, because of the higher-than-average THC content, Marshmallow OG is suggested for experienced cannabis users. It is also a strain that can cause symptoms of dry mouth and paranoia.


hazelnut cream cannabisHazelnut Cream

Does anything say “fall season” more than the thought of hazelnut cream coffee? Breeders are not sure why some cannabis cultivars have a rich nutty flavor, but Hazelnut Cream is definitely one of them. This strain was developed from Miami Haze and Cookies and Cream and inherited the creamy aroma.

In moderation, Hazelnut Cream can provide long-lasting energy and a lifted happy mood. But taking too much can give you couch lock (which is surprising for a Sativa-dominant strain).

Type: Sativa Dominant

THC: 21%

CBG: 2%

Terpenes: Terpinolene is the dominant terpene, followed by myrcene and limonene.

According to patient reviews, Hazel Nut Cream may be a good strain for people who suffer from symptoms of insomnia and depression. It may also stimulate hunger, helping patients diagnosed with Cachexia, chemotherapy appetite loss, or general eating disorders.


Apple Fritter

During the hot months, you probably don’t feel like eating a sticky apple fritter, but when the fall season arrives, all bets are off. The Apple Fritter cannabis strain has been around since the early 2000s, and it was developed by crossing the Sour Apple and Animal Cookies strains.

Citrus and spice, and everything nice, the flavor and scent profile of Apple Fritter definitely leans to a pleasant fall vibe. Because it is Indica-dominant, the overall effects are calming, but as a hybrid, this strain can also provide an uplifted mood, with a side effect of random creativity.

Type: Indica Dominant Hybrid.

THC: 15% to 25%

CBD: 0%

Terpenes: Caryophyllene, followed by Limonene and Pinene.

According to patient reviews, Apple Fritter may be a good choice for help with nausea, chronic pain, insomnia, and overall stress relief. The high caryophyllene terpene content may also help relieve inflammation.

cream caramel cannabisCream Caramel

Also called Royal Caramel in some dispensaries, this strain was developed from three cannabis legends: White Rhino, Maple Leaf Indica, and BlueBlack. Cream Caramel tastes buttery and sweet, and some people detect flavors similar to honey.

Type: Indica Dominant Strain

THC: 15%

CBD: 0%

Terpenes: Myrcene is the dominant terpene followed by limonene and caryophyllene.

According to patient reviews, Royal can make you feel sleepy and relaxed. That is not surprising for a strain that is 90% Indica. This also means hiding the cookies because Cream Caramel can give you a bad case of the munchies.

Patients who prefer Cream Caramel choose this strain for help with stress, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. It may also help patients struggling with symptoms of insomnia and appetite loss.



Vanilla Kush

This strain is a High Times Cannabis Cup winner and was bred in Amsterdam. Vanilla Kush is another strain that tastes like its name, with delicious vanilla flavors with hints of citrus. Some people who have reviewed this strain also share that the cannabis flower has a faint scent of lavender.

Vanilla Kush is definitely a “stay home and chill” variety of cannabis, which makes it perfect for the fall season. The strain is 70% Indica and was developed from a Kashmiri Hash Plant and Afghani Kush strains. It is the perfect companion for a subdued and relaxing evening without a euphoric high that can prevent you from sleeping.

Type: Indica Dominant Hybrid

THC: 19%

CBG: 1%

Terpenes: Myrcene is the most potent terpene in this strain, followed by caryophyllene and limonene.

According to patient reviews, Vanilla Kush can make you feel a deep body high, which could help patients with chronic pain. Vanilla Kush is a potent strain and is suggested for experienced cannabis patients because of the powerful sedativelike qualities Vanilla Kush can provide.

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Should You Try New Strains of Cannabis?

One of the mistakes that new patients sometimes make is sticking to one or two strains. Consider that different strains can offer unique physical and psychoactive effects that may help manage a variety of symptoms.

If you experience chronic pain, for example, you may want a lower-potency cannabis strain for daytime use when you need to remain energetic and alert. However, an Indica strain may help you relax, forget about stress (for a while), and provide some pain relief to help you get an uninterrupted and peaceful sleep.


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