These cannabis strains are thought to have originated in the early 1990s in the United States, before Dutch growers developed and popularized them on a large scale. Researchers claim that psychoactive cannabis spread from East Asia to India about 3000 years ago. In the last thousand years, drugs reached Latin America and Africa, although it did not reach North America until much more recently, at the beginning of the 20th century. European settlers introduced hemp varieties to North America in the 1600s, which were replaced by Chinese varieties in the 1850s.
Marijuana, also known as marijuana or marijuana, has a long history of human consumption. Most ancient cultures did not grow the plant to get high, but as herbal medicine, probably starting in Asia around 500 BC. The history of cannabis cultivation in the United States dates back to the first settlers, who grew hemp for textiles and ropes. Political and racial factors in the 20th century led to the criminalization of marijuana in the United States, although its legal status is changing in many places.
Although strains can transmit powerful or sensitive messages, strain nomenclature can also be completely random. In addition, improving the diversity and quality of strains in the future will require careful selection and benefit from knowledge of strains from the past. Strain names that clarify that story; whether it's the potential effects, the country of origin, the combined genetic background, or the producer's strong sense of humor, the name of a strain is meaningful, even if that meaning is obscured.