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Forty-Two Classic Weed Strains for Celebrating 4/20

It's 4:20 at least two times per day, and once per year in a very big way.EXPAND
It's 4:20 at least two times per day, and once per year in a very big way.
Scott Lentz

Whether it's April 20 or 4:20 p.m., there's always a 4/20 close at hand.  But it wasn't always so easy to freely celebrate this cannabis tradition...and in some states, it still isn't.

A lot of work was needed to legalize recreational cannabis in Colorado, following early efforts to legitimize medical marijuana. If you want to burn one on 4/20 or at 4:20 in honor of these pot pioneers, here are 42 classic strains, with a few specific varieties named after cannabis activists.

Chemdawg

Jack Herer

Sour Diesel

NYC Diesel

Super Lemon Haze

UK Cheese

Bubblegum

San Fernando Valley OG Kush

UK Cheese
UK Cheese
Herbert Fuego

Bubba Kush

Strawberry Cough

Lavender

LA Confidential

Blueberry

Lemon Skunk

Afghani

Durban Poison

Chocolope

Amnesia Haze

Colombian Gold

Amnesia Haze
Amnesia Haze
Herbert Fuego

Flo

Vanilla Kush

OG Kush

Cherry Pie

Headband

Banana Kush

Charlotte's Web

Skunk #1

Bruce Banner

Alaskan Thunder Fuck

Trainwreck

Hindu Kush

Northern Lights

Purple Kush
Purple Kush
Herbert Fuego

Tahoe OG

Jenny Kush

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AK-47

Purple Kush

Granddaddy Purple

Grape Ape

Medocino Purps

Purple Haze

Grapefruit

Orange Kush

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