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Most consumers and even those outside of the cannabis market have heard a few funny weed strain names. There are some of these strains which sound imagined, while many carry quirky names due to their original cultivator.

The best pot strains don’t always have the catchiest name although cannabis consumers enjoy various impacts of the plant.

Below we will discuss some of the funny weed strain names along with what you can expect from each.

6 Funny Weed Strain Names

1. Girl Scout Cookies

Girl Scout Cookies is a great name for a cannabis strain as many girl scout troops have sold cookies outside of dispensaries. GSC is an Indica-heavy hybrid of OG Kush and Durban Poison, although its mysterious origins create a bit of controversy.

Girl Scout Cookies originated in San Francisco in the early 2010s.

Girl Scout Cookies has won the coveted Cannabis Cup and can act as a perfect plant-based nightcap.

The sweet flavor is perfect for a night of relaxation and many report elevated levels of happiness. It is no wonder that a top weed strain named after Girl Scout Cookies makes its consumers smile!

What You Should Know:

  • GSC might not be a strain for beginners due to its high THC content on average.
  • Anxiety is not a commonly reported side effect even when too much is consumed.
  • Some reviewers note that great music along with this strain is the perfect combination.

2. Cat Piss Strain

Cat Piss sounds more like a street drug that kids are starting to do in a late-night new investigative series.

Cat Piss is a Sativa that comes from the lineage of the legendary Super Silver Haze. The strain has earned its name due to its smell which is unpleasant for some to say the least.

The low THC levels make it a great Sativa to start the day or when there are mundane chores to do.

The medicinal uses for this are anxiety and stress as with a lower THC content, overconsumption becomes more difficult. This strain has seemingly been bred with so many others that origins start to become quite unclear.

What You Should Know:

  • Some reviewers were not huge fans of the strain while others loved it. The growing process needs to be kept in mind as not all growers are created equal.
  • Different strains have been used to derive a similar product so asking about genetics is important.
  • Asking about THC content is imperative especially if looking for a low key mellow high.

3. Bob Saget/Bob Saget OG/The Bob Weed Strain

Bob Saget OG plays tribute to the leading man in Full House which was a favorite of cannabis consumers in the 1990s. Saget also has a comedy routine that is only for mature audiences, to say the least.

Bob Saget OG is a strain of many names that comes from Pre-98 Bubba Kush and Afghani genetics. The fact that rappers frequently mention Saget in their songs might have added a bit to the popularity of this strain.

Bob Saget OG is for the daily smoker as it is easy to avoid tolerance buildup as this has high THC levels.

There are a Sativa and Indica combination of effects with the beginning feeling like you smoked a Sativa. As time goes on, you will feel the effects of the Indica with relaxation and potential sleepiness.

 What You Should Know:

  • Can be perfect for those working in creative roles.
  • The genetics of this strain are immensely well-planned so make sure you are careful with this strong strain.

4. Alaskan Thunderf**k

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Alaskan Thunderf**k

Alaskan Thunderfu** is the name of a strain instead of a wild phrase someone might utter to get a laugh and possibly the funniest American weed strain name.

The lineage of ATF is complicated as it is a combination of Russian Ruderalis and an anonymous Californian strain. The impacts can be a sharp mind along with a relaxed body with this Sativa-dominant strain.

What You Should Know:

  • This can be a sneaky strain so make sure you are careful during consumption. The full impact of a hit might not be felt for a few minutes, unlike some other strains.
  • Those that suffer from anxiety after consuming cannabis need to avoid this strain. ATF is notorious for making the minds of consumers race to potentially uncomfortable locations.

5. Ninja Turtle Strain

Anyone that watched the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles understands why it is an iconic show in the stoner community. The turtles routinely ate gratuitous amounts of pizza consumed while constantly complaining about the munchies.

Ninja Turtle is a hybrid of White Russian and Martian Green Mean (which could be included on this list).

Much like the Ninja Turtles, this strain is said to use karate to chop away your bad moods or anxiety. Master Splinter would be proud of managing your mood with something that comes from the earth.

What You Should Know:

  • This is not for a chilled session as it will likely spark conversation.
  • There can be some sleepiness associated so it is not recommended when going out in nature.

6. Gorilla Glue #4

Gorilla Glue #4 strain will leave a person stuck on the couch rather than having superglue stuck in their hair.

The strain is known for its relaxing effects with some THC levels being measured at dispensaries at over 30 percent.

The lineage is from Chem’s Sister, Chocolate Diesel, and Sour Dubb. The strain has won awards worldwide and is well-known as a strain that produces an incredible high.

What You Should Know:

  • Checking THC levels is important with this strain as some growers can seemingly make these levels increase dramatically.
  • The strain is widely available so for those with medical cards or recreational legalization, it can be found easily.

Funny Weed Strain Names Honorable Mentions

Growing and breeding incredible cannabis is only half of the battle. Naming a new strain can lead to its fame if the qualities of the strain match the mention-worthy name.

Cannabis Slang Names

Cannabis is a plant that has been used for recreational, medicinal, and spiritual purposes for thousands of years. Its popularity has led to the development of a unique and often complex lexicon of slang terms, street names, and cultural references.

Understanding these terms and the history behind them can provide valuable insight into the evolution of cannabis use and the subcultures that have formed around it.

Here are some of the most common cannabis slang terms and street names, along with their historical background:

  1. Marijuana: This is one of the most widely used terms for cannabis and is thought to have originated in Mexico in the early 20th century. The word likely comes from the Spanish word “marihuana,” which was used to describe the plant and its intoxicating effects. The term became popular in the United States in the 1930s and 1940s, when it was associated with Mexican immigrants and jazz musicians, who were often stigmatized for their use of the drug.
  2. Pot: This slang term for cannabis is thought to have originated in the 1950s or 1960s and is thought to be a reference to the plant's appearance. The term has been popularized by the counterculture movement of the 1960s and 1970s and is still widely used today.
  3. Weed: This term is used to describe the dried leaves and buds of the cannabis plant and is thought to have originated in the 1930s or 1940s. The term is likely a reference to the plant's ability to grow wild and its association with illicit activity.
  4. Grass: This term for cannabis is thought to have originated in the 1960s and is likely a reference to the plant's appearance. The term was popularized by the counterculture movement of the time and is still in use today.
  5. Dope: This term is used to describe cannabis and is thought to have originated in the 1920s or 1930s. The term was originally used to describe any drug that was considered to be of high quality, but it is now most commonly used to refer to cannabis.
  6. Herb: This term is used to describe cannabis and is thought to have originated in the 1960s or 1970s. The term is likely a reference to the plant's herbal nature and its use as a medicinal remedy.
  7. Reefer: This term for cannabis is thought to have originated in the 1920s or 1930s and was popularized by the jazz culture of the time. The term is likely a reference to the plant's appearance and its association with the “reefer madness” hysteria of the 1930s.
  8. Chronic: This term is used to describe high-quality cannabis and is thought to have originated in the 1990s. The term is likely a reference to the plant's potent effects and its use as a medicinal remedy.
  9. Mary Jane: This term for cannabis is thought to have originated in the 1940s or 1950s and is a reference to the plant's association with femininity and the name “Mary.” The term has become popular in recent years and is often used in a more lighthearted or affectionate way.
  10. Skunk: This term is used to describe a particularly strong strain of cannabis and is thought to have originated in the 1980s. The term is likely a reference to the strong and pungent odor of the plant, which is often described as being similar to the smell of a skunk.
  11. Green Flower: The greenflower, or Green Flower name dates back many years ago when the terms was made popular in Canada and meant, the green bud, or green magic.

Cannabis Street Names

Other popular cannabis slang terms are:

12. Ganja – This Hindu name for marijuana has become widely accepted across many cultures and in many countries today, including Jamaica where it was apparently first coined by Indian immigrants who had made their way there during British colonial times in the 1800s.

13. Skunk – This refers to both a pungent odor often associated with certain cannabis strains, particularly those high in myrcene terpenes, as well as a particular strain named Skunk #1 developed specifically for indoor growing in Holland during the 1970s.

14. Reefer – Believed to have originated with white jazz musicians during Prohibition era America , reefer refers either directly to marijuana joints or more generally any type of smoking device such as bongs or pipes which can be used with cannabis products.

15. Joint – A joint is simply a rolled cigarette containing ground up flower buds , usually wrapped up at one end using paper but sometimes even cellophane or other materials depending on personal preference. Learn how to roll a joint.

16. Blunt – Unlike joints , blunts are usually rolled up pre-rolled cigar papers instead of traditional rolling papers due to their larger size and strength – making them ideal for sharing among friends at parties and gatherings where multiple people might want to smoke together. Learn how to roll a blunt.

17. Spliff – Similar to a joint but distinct enough that it warrants its own terminology – spliffs are typically rolled using a combination of tobacco and weed , allowing users to enjoy both nicotine and THC simultaneously while still enjoying their own unique smoking experience without having two separate cigarettes going at once.

18. Roach – Small pieces of cardboard scraped off boxes or other materials can be used as makeshift filters when hand rolling cigarettes if nothing else is available – these pieces are commonly referred to as roaches due their resemblance towards actual insects when examined closely enough!

19. Bud / Flower / Nugs / Green / Trees / Broccoli – all these terms are synonymous with referring directly towards ground up flower buds which serve as primary component inside joints , blunts or spliffs when smoking marijuana traditionally by burning rolled paper filled with herbaceous material.

20. Homegrown / Fire / Sinsemilla – All three terms refer towards cannabis plants grown indoors under strict environmental conditions so that growers are able to achieve higher concentrations levels of THC within yields compared regular outdoor cultivation techniques typically done outside gardens backyards etc.

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21. Kief/Pollen/Dry Sift/Keef/Crystals/Dust– These words all refer towards tiny resinous crystals found mostly on female flowers bud sites which contain much greater concentration levels cannabinoids than rest plant parts meaning they produce more intense effects faster when smoked, ingested or eaten.

22. Headies/Top Shelf/Kind Bud/Kind Green– These terms all describe premium quality nugget sized buds full trichomes.

In conclusion, the slang terms and street names for cannabis have a rich and complex history that is closely tied to the evolution of the drug's use and the subcultures that have formed around it.

Understanding these terms and their origins can provide valuable insight into the cultural and historical significance of cannabis and its place.

Take the time to research all cannabis you consume as the plant can have a variety of effects on the consumer. 

Funny weed strain names seem to be becoming more popular, so make sure yours is original and the weed is high quality.

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Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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