If you are struggling with eating enough in a day, outlined below are seven cannabis strains that will help boost your appetite.

Earlier this week we discussed how cannabis stimulates your appetite and gives you the munchies. To summarize, cannabis contains cannabinoids which are also found naturally in our bodies and affect our endocannabinoid system. This system controls our digestive system and that includes appetite!

If you are looking to increase your intake on food, we recommend trying these seven cannabis strains:

1. Girl Scout Cookies

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Girl Scout Cookies a.k.a. GSC is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain. This is the product of combining OG Kush and Durban Poison. Typically this strain features a high level of THC, usually found around 20% or more. This is an excellent option for those suffering from a frequent a loss of appetite, as it will help your body create more hunger hormones.

2. Candyland

Candyland a Popular Cannabis Strain to Boost Appetite

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Candyland is an award-winning cannabis strain. In 2012, Candyland won gold at the KushCon. This strain is a Sativa-dominant blend of Platinum GSC and Granddaddy Purple (parents). If you take a close look at the bud itself, you will notice the sugar-like trichomes coating the remarkably colorful bud—perfectly resembling Candyland! This strain has a THC reading of 19% and will give you a mild body high, leaving you creative and chatty. Candyland is another excellent option to get you munching!

3. Purple Kush

Purple Kush a light strain

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Purple Kush is a pure Indica strain that is the product of Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. This strain has a much more mild affect as the THC level is often around 16%. This is a good option for those who do not use cannabis very often but are just looking for the benefits. Be cautious with this one as it is known to be a highly relaxing strain and may make you fall asleep!

4. White Fire OG

White Fire OG

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The White Fire strain is also commonly known as WiFi and causes very energetic, cerebral affects. This strain has a higher THC level than the others on this list, usually about 22% on average. This level of THC makes it very effective for interacting with your endocannabinoid system and thus increasing your appetite! White Fire OG is a hybrid product of breeding Fire OG with The White. Many users enjoy this strain in the morning as it wakes them up and build an appetite first thing in the morning.

5. Jack Herer

Jack Herer a Dynamic Cannabis Strain for Appetite

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Jack Herer is another energizing strain, but this one is much more mild with only a 17% THC level on average. This is a Haze hybrid crossed with Northern Lights (#5). Jack Herer is another Sativa-dominant strain, leaving users feeling happy and energetic. This is a great cannabis strain to use for an increased appetite during the daytime.

6. Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express a Fruity Strain for Hunger

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Ah yes, the classic Pineapple Express, a well known and loved cannabis strain all around the world. Maybe the popular movie, The Pineapple Express starring Seth Rogan and James Franco had something to do with it? Nevertheless, this strain is a lovely hybrid from the parent strains Trainwreck and (of course) Hawaiian. With an average THC of 17%, this strain is perfect to give you an uplifting buzz all day long. You may expect it to have a pineapple scent, but oftentimes it smells like fresh apples and mangoes. Once you smoke it, you will slowly begin to feel hungry.

7. Chemo

Chemo

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The last strain on this list is another Indica strain that will make you very relaxed and sleepy. Chemo is a mild strain, often found around 16% THC. There is a rumour that this strain was specifically created in the 70’s to help cancer patients through chemotherapy. This cannabis strain is an excellent go to for those suffering from appetite loss as well as nausea and sleeplessness.

Have you found a strain that works well that we have missed? Please let us know in the comments below. Follow @cannalifenet for more content!

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