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5 cannabis strains with Mexican heritage

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Sativa strains have long thrived in the hot climate of Mexico, and since then these legacies have propagated countless hybrids with their genes. Here are just five of these descendants.

Acapulco Gold

Acapulco Golden Marijuana Strain
Acapulco Gold. (leaf fly)

Said to have originated in Acapulco, Mexico, this sativa is a colorful interlocking set of golden-orange pistils. With a sweet, fruity flavor balanced with earthy and spicy notes, Acapulco Gold Provides a high-energy brain buzz that keeps you motivated throughout the day’s festivities.

Mexican Sativa

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The breeders at Sensi Seeds have been able to catch and cross the Sativa from Oaxaca using a high-energy Pakistani Indica and African Sativa. poison durban. The result was Mexican SativaA refreshing strain with a refreshing scent of sandalwood and pine.

A powerful cerebral orgasm can be on the verge of being too intense for some, but get to your happy place – at home, outside for a walk, a grassy spot in the sun, etc. – and you are likely to experience this rich sensory experience that Sativa has to offer.

Canalope Haze

Canalope Haze. (Courtesy of Ejady)

Canalope Haze going down from fog A strain from Mexico. Cherished for its light euphoria and tropical flavours, it’s the perfect pressure to be social and have a laugh. Scented with sweet watermelon and wildflowers, Cannalope Haze is perfect for pairing with fresh fruit and floral cocktails.

train wreck

Train wreck. (leaf fly)

This hybrid hails from Mexican And Thai as well as sativas Afghan Indica, creating a balanced experience that relaxes the body while uplifting the mood.

High in citrus terpene limoneneAnd train wreck It carries a clear lemon scent with woody and earthy undertones. For those prone to social anxiety, this strain may be a better choice than the other peppy sativas on this list.


Super lemon mist
fog. (leaf fly)

You may have never tried the original fog, but if you’re a fan of Sativa strains, you’ve probably tried one of its hybrid offspring. It was developed in the 1960s as a result of crossovers MexicanAnd Thai, Colombian, and south india Varieties, Haze has since become the cornerstone of Sativa breeding. Hot in flavor and energizing in fact, it’s not hard to see why Haze belongs in your storage bowl.

Billy Run

Bailey is a Senior Content Manager at Leafly, specializing in breeds and health. She has spent over 7 years researching cannabis products, publishing patient stories, and exploring healthy ways to incorporate cannabis into everyday life.

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