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These rare cannabis seeds are a 60/40 indica/sativa bland with a high THC level of 16-20%. As a balanced sativa/indica combo, Mendocino Skunk has uplifting and stimulating effects and can give you a pleasant brain buzz or a cerebral high.

As a 100% indica strain, its effects are mostly calming, relaxing, and comforting. Ketama can mellow you out and soothe you after a long and hard day, while making it easier to slip into your nighttime routine and have a pleasant and peaceful sleep.

If you’re on the market for rare cannabis seeds that produce potent buds with high THC levels, Kush Fromage is definitely a strain you should consider. With THC levels reaching 26%, Kush Fromage is the dream for experienced cannabis connoisseurs. The stain is quite potent, which leads to a strong and intoxicating high that can mellow you out, soothe your pain, and relax your mind and body.

Mendocino Skunk – A Mix Of Contrasts

Possibly the rarest weed strain at Herbies, Galaxy has a refreshing flavor with rich notes of mint, pine, and a touch of citrus thanks to its complex terpene profile.

Ketama is a Moroccan indica strain with moderate potency. It has THC levels ranging from 17% to 19%, along with a CBD level of 1%. The strain is primarily marked by woody, minty flavors and earthy, hash-like aromas.

Whether you order just one of these rare cannabis strains or choose to go with multiple varieties, we’re sure you’ll have a great experience growing and smoking your strain of choice. Most of the rare exotic strains listed here are quite easy to cultivate, making them suitable for novice growers. They produce medium to large yields, and have high THC levels. However, due to them being some of the rarest weed on the market, you can expect unique, complex effects and taste profiles – a sure way to blow away your friends and yourself.

If you decide to plant these rare cannabis seeds, you can expect to harvest around 450g/m² (1.5oz/f2) in indoor environments, and up to 700g/plant (2.3oz) if you grow your plants outdoors.

Winner of five Cannabis Cup trophies back in the early 2000s, NYC Diesel was bred by Soma Sacred Seeds and is a slightly sativa-dominant cross of Mexican and Afghani landraces that retains highly cerebral effects and deep body sedation. Distinguished by its powerful lime and grapefruit aroma, it’s an uplifting, creative, buzzy varietal that doesn’t spark anxiety, making it ideal for social situations.

Which raises two very significant questions worth addressing before you set off on your rare cannabis quest: Which hard to find strains are worth the effort? And how will you know it’s really the “real deal” once you find it?

The history of the Chemdog line of cannabis strains is long, convoluted, and fascinating , with an origin story that dates back to bag seed salvaged from an ounce of primo bud sold on a Grateful Dead tour back in 1991. Perhaps most famous for its incredibly potent progeny—including Sour Diesel , OG Kush , and their many variants and offspring—the original Chemdog varietal (now known as Chemdog 91) remains among the most potent, flavorful, and sought after cannabis cuts of all time. Known for its earthy, skunky, diesel aroma and euphoric high, it’s often imitated, but rarely located these days.

Find out if NYC Diesel made its way to a dispensary nearby.

Direct from the Emerald Triangle—Northern California’s famed cannabis growing region—comes Mendo Purps, one of the classic purple strains with a flavor profile redolent of caramel coffee and woodsy pine. A harbinger of the “Purps” craze that drove the underground weed market in the mid-2000s, the purple pride of Mendocino County started life as a clone-only cutting and remains in sadly short supply.

Here’s another paradox: Anyone seeking out obscure cannabis strains of the distant past—far flung exotic landraces that never made a commercial impact to begin with, or the hottest new hybrids that haven’t yet hit the commercial market—will like have better luck dusting off their old underground dealer rolodex and chasing after leads and clues like some kind of dank detective than they will driving over to their friendly local cannabis store.

Or was was the strain named after the coffeeshop?

What’s to stop someone from claiming to be in possession of a rare cutting of Pre-98 Bubba Kush when all they’ve really got is a run-of-the-mill OG? Nothing really, except honor, decency, and a desire not to be labeled a human paraquat and banished from the scene.