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25 Most Popular Marijuana Strains in September


Weedmaps and Marijuana.com have just rolled out the September 2017 Top 25 Most Popular Strains list. Gathered from millions of data points and compiled by online engagements, this monthly compilation of North America’s most searched strains provides insightful guidance for cultivators, dispensaries, and consumers.

For the month of September, Blue Dream maintained her number one position as the most searched strain in North America. Down an average of $2 per eighth (3.5 grams) between June and September, Blue Dream smoked its competition in online queries over the past 30 days.

Purple Punch – a Larry OG x Granddaddy Purple – cultivated a strong following during the month of September. Jumping 22 spots to the 24th position, this grape-tasting treat had an average retail price of $38 per eighth.

Also showing bolting growth for the month of September, Sherbet clawed its way into the 17th position, jumping 12 strains to make the Top 25 List.

Regardless of whether you purchased 3.5 grams of Forbidden Fruit, Candyland, or Gorilla Glue #4, September’s average retail price was approximately $37 per eighth for a “Top 25 Strain.”

Most searched marijuana strains during September

Top 25 Marijuana Strains in September

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  1. I don’t understand the pricing, why so much? I thought once it started to be ok with the law I figured a little cheaper. For sure understand the different strains, but for an 1/8th

  2. I see things out there I would love to try, but they aren’t anywhere near my area. I’m not just talking about being in the next town over…I’m talking 2 states away. Is there anyway to get hands on stuff that is not in my area?

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