The most potent gas flavored marijuana strains (2019)

Published Sep 27, 2019 12:07 p.m. ET
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Less experienced consumers might not understand the pleasures that can be obtained from the more natural benefits of the marijuana plant, but most enthusiasts recognize the importance of a delightfully flavored strain and all that it has to offer. While every person has a unique set of likes and dislikes when it comes to smell and tastes, one of the most popular marijuana strain aromas is gas.

Though it is a common misconception that all weed strains smell the same when they are growing or burnt, the truth is that each marijuana strain boasts a unique chemical profile of elements including cannabinoids and terpenes. Each strain will produce a different quantity and type of marijuana terpene, and what is included in this fragrance mixture significantly impacts that taste and smell of a marijuana plant, and its derived products.

What terpene smells like gas?

Some weed strains produce a vast array of terpenes, but the one that is responsible for the sour diesel scent that so many of us know and love is called limonene. That isn’t to say that some marijuana plant strains that produce significant amounts of other terpene elements won’t also smell like gas, but it is the most commonly found ingredient in the potent concoction that results in a gassy scent.

Benefits of limonene

If you love the sweet smell of gas flavored marijuana strains, then you are not alone, and whether you realize it or not, it may be the quieter less noticeable benefits that are leading you to enjoy it so much. Most consumers are aware of the more talked about effects and benefits that come from cannabinoids like THC and CBS, but few know of the powerful influence of this marijuana terpene.

  • Improved mood
  • Relieves reflux and heartburn
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Reduces stress
  • Anti-fungal properties
  • Improves the absorption rate of other terpenes and cannabinoids
  • Anti-tumor
  • High in protein
  • Alleviates nausea

The best weed strains with a gassy aroma

If you like the sweet smell of a gas marijuana plant, then you are probably wondering what other weed strains are out there, with that same delightful chemical profile. Though no two strains are alike, there are a few high limonene types of cannabis that have been made popular purely for the flavor that they offer. Some of the weed strains listed below are intensely potent and most recommended for beginner, while the others are more suitable for an experienced tolerance level, so be sure to check out the THC content before making a purchase for yourself.

1. OG 18
Type: Hybrid
Terpene Profile: Limonene & myrcene
THC content: 24%

2. Death Star
Type: Indica
Terpene Profile: Limonene & myrcene & caryophyllene
THC content: 22%

3. Chemdog
Type: Hybrid
Terpene Profile: Limonene & myrcene
THC content: 22%

4. Oregon Diesel
Type: Indica
Terpene Profile: Limonene & caryophyllene
THC content: 17%

5. Hindu Kush
Type: Indica
Terpene Profile: Limonene & caryophyllene & myrcene
THC content: 20%

6. White Tahoe Cookies
Type: Indica
Terpene Profile: Limonene & myrcene & caryophyllene
THC content: 23%

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