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3pac strain

Users report a fruity, “earthy,” spicy flavour.

3 Pac is an extremely potent strain available from ShowGrow, a dispensary based in two states. With 30% THC and almost no CBD, this product is appropriate for highly experienced consumers.
3 Pac is an extremely potent strain available from ShowGrow, a dispensary based in two states. With 30% THC and almost no CBD, this product is appropriate for highly experienced consumers. There is more than enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Users report a fruity, “earthy,” spicy flavour.

3 Pac is best for evening use due to its high THC content.
3 Pac is a good strain to improve mood and reduce stress without worry about falling asleep.
ShowGrow does not mention their sources, quality control measures, third-party testing or other safety controls.
Originally created by Swamp Boys Seeds, 3 Pac is an 80/20 indica-dominant hybrid cross between Fire OG and Georgia Pine.
A small, but growing, company, ShowGrow’s slogan is “cultivating change.” They intend to achieve and maintain this through a highly customer-focused philosophy.

There is more than enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis.

3 Pac is an extremely potent strain available from ShowGrow, a dispensary based in two states. With 30% THC and almost no CBD, this product is appropriate for highly experienced consumers. There is more than enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Users report a fruity, “earthy,” spicy flavour.

Why it’s overhyped: “Champagne is an overhyped naming scheme that has been tacked onto different strains to try and illustrate quality. It won’t smell like champagne, it doesn’t taste like champagne, but the notion of popping a bottle of bubbly is associated with celebration and luxury, and brands want to parlay that association to give certain strains greater value, whether they deserve those accolades or not. Also, wise up you fakers—if it doesn’t come from Champagne it isn’t champagne anyway.” —Jeremiah Wilhelm

Strain type: Sativa
Strain type: Sativa

Strain type: Hybrid
Why it’s overhyped: “Don’t get us wrong—Pineapple Express is a fantastic strain. That’s why it’s also on our list of the Top 100 Strains to Try Before You Die. This strain is overhyped not through any fault of its own, but thanks to the fact that it was chosen as the name of a major motion picture and, subsequently, became Hollywood-famous. Thanks to its eponymous movie, Pineapple Express has joined the canon of the world’s most iconic strains, which makes it capable of eclipsing many other worthy strains with its name recognition alone. You should absolutely enjoy Pineapple Express whenever it crosses your path—just don’t let its star power make it the only thing you reach for.” —Brett Konen
Strain type: Hybrid
Why it’s overhyped: “No matter how great a strain is, if it’s the most popular strain in the nation, it’s going to end up with a target on its back—as Blue Dream has. Is Blue Dream good? Yes. Is it hands-down the best strain in the nation? Probably not. But the beauty of Blue Dream is that it’s a great place for cannabis beginners to start: It offers appealing flavor, balanced effects, and widespread availability. Among more experienced consumers, Blue Dream is less popular, and sometimes even vilified, but that’s to be expected. Take wine as an example: The easy-drinking red table blend that gets a beginner into wine probably isn’t going to pique the interest of a seasoned connoisseur with a penchant for Cabernet. And that’s completely okay. You do you, Blue Dream.” —Brett Konen
Below, we’ve listed nine cannabis strains we believe to get a disproportionate amount of attention. And we repeat again—these are still great strains. Many of the following are also on our list of the top 100 to try, and deservingly so. So take this list with a grain of salt—and let us know in the comments if you agree or if you think other cannabis strains are more overhyped than these ones!

Parent strains: Mexican

Pretty much every cannabis strain is worth trying, but some—such as these ones—get a disproportionate amount of attention. Here's why they're overhyped.