2020 has undoubtedly been one of the craziest years in recent memory. Covid-19 took the world completely off guard and altered the way we all go about our daily lives. But here we are, on the brink of a new year full of new possibilities. Orders for the vaccine have been placed and are gradually being fulfilled, and it seems we’re nearing the final stretch. As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel, let’s toke up and reminisce about the strains that helped us along the way. Here are 5 cannabis strains that helped the Cannabis Life Network staff survive 2020.

Pink Kush

Pink Kush is an Indica-dominant Hybrid cannabis strain coveted for its powerful body-high. It’s for that exact reason it’s our senior writer Julia‘s favorite!

It’s a solid body pain reliever with a very focused head buzz. It definitely kills the pain mentally and physically without blowing the day away.

Julia Veintrop, Senior Writer for Cannabis Life Network.

Green Crack

Prized for its energizing and creative effects, Green Crack has solidified itself in popular weed culture. This strain was chosen by none other than Jarett, our resident multimedia creative and marketing aficionado. Its aforementioned effects make it the perfect tool for fueling the creative juices while staying productive.

Girl Scout Cookies

Otherwise known as GSC, this strain reached an insane level of popularity on the West Coast in recent years. This heavy-hitting Hybrid was chosen by our resident DJ and musical content creator Koji.

It really helps me whenever I get into a rut creatively. It helps me think in novel ways, to breed new ideas and generate some creative momentum.

– Koji Aiken

Blue Dream

Another West Coast fan favorite, Blue Dream provides a relaxing physical effect while stimulating your mind. These are two valuable qualities for our writer Miles, who enjoys the euphoric sensations.

Wappa

Last but not least, I chose Wappa. Wappa is an Indica dominant Hybrid that provides a potent head high that’ll knock you off your feet. It’s the perfect strain to take your mind off things or to enjoy with friends. As a college student, it never fails to help me unwind.

Which strain(s) got you through 2020? Let us know in the comments below!

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