What Happens When You Combine Two Cannabis Strains

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If you’re after truly unique effects, mixing two strains together can do that, for better or worse. Pairing two strains is not very common, but it’s something that attracts adventurous cannabis users. If you’re smoking flower, choose two strains you like and pair them in equal parts. Mixing strains together can boost cannabis’s much discussed entourage effect, that feeling when different elements of cannabis come together and produce a powerful high, much stronger than one you’d get when consuming a single cannabinoid by itself. Are you able to produce different highs when mixing two types of weed?

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Pairing two strains is not very common, but it’s something that attracts adventurous cannabis users. Here’s what you should know.

While you’ve probably smoked from a pipe or a bowl that had remnants from a different strain of weed, mixing two strains is not something people usually do, at least not as a first choice. Are you able to produce different highs when mixing two types of weed? Can you specially tailor a high by playing scientist? Some people believe you can. Some don’t.

Mixing strains together can boost cannabis’s much discussed entourage...

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