A cannabis variety that grows natively in Thailand, it gained its name because of the method in which the buds are traditionally dried and fastened to long sticks. The original Thai strain has given birth to many new common strains that we see today, such as Classic Haze, Juicy Fruit, and Voodoo. The unique flavor/aroma profile is often described as being sweet, earthy, and tobacco like. Patients who use the sativa feel relaxed, focused, creative, aroused, and energetic. Negative side effects mainly include dizziness, dry eyes, and not much else worth mentioning.
Thai helps patients relieve moderate symptoms of fatigue, lack of appetite, nausea, stress, ADD/ADHD, fibromyalgia, anorexia, arthritis, and Crohn's disease. Patients who use Thai rate it as good to very good and commonly agree that it is a great energizer, while being good for relaxing in the afternoon or evening. Some users even report that Thai improves their ability to breathe by somehow clearing out or cleansing their lungs. Finally, it is a great strain for every day functioning, without being to overpowering.